ENT HEAD AND NECK SURGERY

Our department is dedicated to providing advanced, compassionate care for patients who require treatment for disorders of the ear, nose, throat, and head and neck region. We use the latest diagnostic and surgical techniques to ensure that each patient receives an accurate diagnosis and personalized treatment plan. Patient safety and satisfaction are our top priorities

SPECIALIZATIONS


- TYMPANOPLASTY

- TOTAL THYROIDECTOMY

- FESS

- SEPTOPLASTY

- MASTIODECTOMY

- PREAURICULAR SINUS

- TONGUE TIE REMOVAL

We use the latest diagnostic and surgical techniques to ensure that each patient receives an accurate diagnosis and personalized treatment plan. Patient safety and satisfaction are our top priorities. Our team is dedicated to providing compassionate, patient-centered care and support to ensure that our patients feel comfortable and confident throughout their treatment journey. If you require treatment for a disorder of the ear, nose, throat, or head and neck region, we invite you to schedule a consultation with our ENT Head and Neck Surgery Department. We are committed to provide the highest level of care to help you achieve optimal health and wellness.

Faqs

What are the common causes of neck/ back pain?

Disc Herniation, Spinal Stenosis, Disc Degeneration, Spinal Malalignment, Muscle Injury, and Neural compression

What are the risks associated with spinal surgery?

Leafy vegetables, whole grains, dairy products and lean meat should contribute to a substantial part of the diet. This help fulfils the body’s need for folic acid, calcium, iron and protein.

What is the time taken to recover from back surgery?

Generally, it depends on the nature of surgery and can vary between weeks to 6 months.

What is the most common back surgery?

Laminectomy is the most common back surgery, it is where a bone or ligament called lamina is removed to release the pressure on nerves to reduce pain and weakness in that area.

What are the food habits to observe post-surgery?

  1. Avoid Skipping meals & count calories
  2. Avoid eating while watching TV
  3. Stay away from high in fat or sugar
  4. Stop eating when full & take vitamin supplements

Are there any side-effects associated with this surgery?

Some of the known side effects include bleeding, infection, blood clots, breathing problems, leaks in gastrointestinal system, hernias and ulcers.