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80 results found for 'ENT Surgery' in East London, London, UK

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Expert in: Ear Nose & Throat Surgery
Recommended by 1 specialist
Head & Neck Surgery , Paediatric Ear, Nose & Throat Surgery

Ian Hore is a Children’s ENT Consultant Surgeon at The Evelina Children’s Hospital, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust. He also works privately through ent4kids, a private practice providing the very best care for children with ear, nose and throat problems in the London region, He has presented nationally and internationally on Children’s ENT problems and gives monthly teaching on this.

Ian Hore trained specifically in Children’s ENT as a Fellow at Great Ormond Street Hospital, after a general ENT training that included three years at The Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital in London and an MSc in Oxford.

He has a special interest in Paediatric Airway Obstruction, particularly snoring and sleep apnoea. He also looks after other problems such as recurrent sore throats often due to tonsillitis, and associated problems such as adenoid enlargement and glue ear.

Mr Hore's high level of training and extensive experience working with paediatric ENT at world leading children's hospitals has provided him with the skills necessary to provide the best treatment and care. 

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Expert in: Ear Nose & Throat Surgery
Paediatric Ear, Nose & Throat Surgery

Mr Nico Jonas is a Consultant Otolaryngologist (Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon), specialising in Paediatric Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) surgery and General Adult ENT Surgery. He completed his specialist ENT training at Groote Schuur Hospital, Cape Town South Africa in 2007. He then undertook additional sub-specialty training in Ireland, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. 

His sub-specialty training included working as a Senior Registrar at Beaumont Hospital, Dublin, Ireland, and two internationally renowned Paediatric ENT Fellowships at Starship Children's Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand and Great Ormond Street Hospital, London. 

Following on from his sub-specialty training he worked as a Consultant at Great Ormond Street Hospital and at Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital prior to starting at Addenbrookes’s Hospital, Cambridge.

His comprehensive training enables him to provide high quality care in all aspects of ENT disease in adults and children.  At Addenbrooke’s Hospital, a large part of his work involves performing complex Paediatric ENT Surgery, including airway surgery and reconstruction.

Mr Jonas’ interests include Paediatric ENT, Adeno-tonsillar disease, ear problems, nosebleeds, nasal allergies, neck lumps, snoring, hearing problems, sleep apnoea and airway disease.

He has a keen interest in research and have published over twenty peer reviewed research articles and ten academic book chapters.

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Mr Jonas spends most of his free time with his wife and four children but also enjoys various sports including canoeing and running and has completed numerous marathons and ultra marathons.


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Expert in: Ear Nose & Throat Surgery
Facial Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery , Paediatric Ear, Nose & Throat Surgery , Rhinology + 2 more

Mr Joseph is a consultant ENT surgeon - he treats all forms of ENT diseases both in adults and children. He has a special interest in rhinological conditions, involving the nose and sinuses and is lead surgeon for sinonasal cancer treatment in his hospital. His extensive, fellowship level training has equipped him with the ability to treat complex sinus disease both medically and surgically and to also perform nasal reconstruction for both inherited and acquired nasal deformities.

Mr Joseph works hard to deliver the highest level of care to all his patients. He attends regular specialist meetings and keeps up to date with literature within his speciality to ensure he has the knowledge to deliver the best possible care to his patients.

 

 

 

 
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Expert in: Ear Nose & Throat Surgery
Head & Neck Surgery , Paediatric Ear, Nose & Throat Surgery

Hamid Daya BSc MBChB FRCS (ORL) is a Consultant ENT Surgeon with a specialist interest in Paediatric ENT currently practicing at St. George’s Hospital, London.

He is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George’s Medical School. 

Hamid has been in practice since 2000, during which time he developed the concept of delivering private Paediatric ENT care under the framework “ent4kids” of which he is Medical Director.


Qualifications & Specialist Training:

Hamid qualified from the Universities of St. Andrews and Manchester receiving his medical degree in 1988. He became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 1993 and completed postgraduate training in Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery in London.During his training he became fascinated by the field of Paediatric ENT and completed his training with a Fellowship in Paediatric ENT at the world renowned Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada.


Professional Affiliations:

ENT UK

The British Association of Paediatric Otolaryngology

The European Society of Paediatriic Otolaryngology

The American Academy of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery

The Royal Society of Medicine

The Royal College of Surgeons of England

The British Medical Association


Voluntary Work:

In addition to his professional career as an ENT Surgeon, Hamid has a particular interest in the promotion of ENT care in the developing world and has travelled to many different countries including Ghana, Tanzania and Cambodia on research and surgical trips. He is, also, on the Board of Directors for “Sound Seekers”, a charity with a mission to improve the lives of the hearing impaired in developing countries.

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Expert in: Ear Nose & Throat Surgery
Head & Neck Surgery , Adult Ear, Nose & Throat Surgery , Facial Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery

After graduating from University of Sheffield, Dr Gerald Brookes trained in general Ear, Nose & Throat surgery at Bristol Royal Infirmary and King’s College Hospital in London. Afterwards, he underwent specialised training in Otology, Neuro-Otology and Skull Base Surgery at The London Hospital and the University of Michigan, USA.

In 1984 he was appointed as Consultant Neuro-Otologist, ENT & Skull Base Surgeon at The National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery, Queen Square and The Royal National Throat, Nose & Ear Hospital, London. Subsequently he was appointed Honorary Senior Lecturer in Otolaryngology at the Institute of Neurology and Institute of Laryngology and Otology. 

He has published well over 100 original articles and eight book chapters especially on Ear and Balance disorders including Meniere’s disease, Acoustic Neuroma and other Skull Base conditions, and neurologically related ENT disorders including Laryngeal Dystonia.

Dr Brookes founded The Harley Street ENT Clinic in 2004 with Dr Natalie Brookes, his wife and Consultant Rhinologist and ENT Surgeon. 

Dr Gerald Brookes is regularly consulted by the media for his expertise. He has been interviewed by the Daily Mail, featured on Channel 4's Embarassing Bodies, looked after The X-Factor contestants and recently, appeared on BBC Radio 2 with Chris Evans.

 

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Expert in: Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

Dr Chiara Cerovac is an Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) Consultant working in the London area. Dr Cerovac qualified in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Piemonte in Novara, Italy, and subsequently trained in ENT. She spent more than five working in Italy and gained experience in all ENT pathologies of adults and children. Working as a part of the hyperbaric chamber team, Dr Cerovac became an expert in vestibular tests such as electronystagmography.

Dr Cerovac moved to the UK 10 years ago. She has worked as an ENT consultant for the International School of London (Surrey). She is currently a consultant at Dottore London. 

Dr Cerovac sees patients with a range of ENT conditions. She is an expert in ENT pathologies of children, vestibular tests and audiometry.

 

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Expert in: Ear Nose & Throat Surgery
Adult Ear, Nose & Throat Surgery , Otology

Mr David Bowdler qualified from Westminster Medical School in 1976. Initially, he had training in general surgery before training in otorhinolaryngology, an area of medicine that deals with conditions of the ENT region. Later he was appointed to the University Hospital Lewisham in 1989.

His vast experience has seen him both train and works at specialist centres throughout Europe, namely in France, Belgium, Germany and Holland, where he accordingly gained valuable experience in the treatment of ear disease.

Mr Bowdler has a special interest in dizziness, an area of medical attention in which he is highly qualified. Owing to his extensive medical experience, he has associated specialist links with neurologists, should the cause of an illness or ailment be anything other than ENT-related.

He also has specialist investigatory and rehabilitative services for the management of peripheral dizziness/vertigo. In addition to this, he has a special interest in hearing loss, middle ear disease and tinnitus, including the diagnosis, investigation and treatment.

Mr Bowdler is most often in theatre dealing with perforations of the eardrum, chronic infections of the middle ear and surgery otosclerosis. Beyond this, however, he deals with all conditions of the ear, including hearing loss, tinnitus and dizziness.

On account of his experience, every year Mr Bowdler lectures and teaches at numerous national and international ear courses and conferences. He has published over 100 papers and has given over 200 lectures on ENT, especially about diseases of the ear.

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Expert in: Ear Nose & Throat Surgery
Facial Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery , Head & Neck Surgery , Paediatric Ear, Nose & Throat Surgery

Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at The Face Surgeons on Wimpole Street. Her NHS practice is at St George's Hospital University Foundation Trust. She is also an honorary senior lecturer at St George's Medical School, University of London.

She is extensively trained in caring for patients with ear, nose and throat disorders, having psent the early part of her training in Scotland, and then laterly in New York and San Diego. Her particular expertise is in nose and sinus disorders and facial plastic surgery including rhinoplasty.

She is able to see the wide range of all ENT disorders in both children and adults and is widely respected for her excellent clinical care and patient-centred approach.

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Expert in: Ear Nose & Throat Surgery
Recommended by 1 specialist
Paediatric Ear, Nose & Throat Surgery

Mr Parag Patel is a adult and paediatric Ear, Nose and Throat Consultant and Surgeon at New Victoria Hospital. He has a special interest in allergy, otology including balance, tinnitus and diseases of the nose and sinuses.

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Expert in: Ear Nose & Throat Surgery
Otology

Mr Joseph Manjaly is a Consultant Otologist, ENT and Auditory Implant Surgeon, appointed at the Royal National ENT Hospital in central London. He specialises in ear/hearing problems for adults and children and regularly receives referrals from other ENT specialists for advanced care of these conditions. 

Whilst Mr Manjaly is fully qualified to treat all types of ENT problems, by choosing to focus solely on ear and hearing surgery he is able to offer specialist assessment and treatment options beyond what is typically available in a standard ENT clinic. His internationally-renowned fellowship training now means that he can offer advanced surgical skills and a full range of hearing rehabilitation options for all types of hearing loss. He also enjoys being able to provide accurate and effective treatment for people with ear discharge, discomfort, tinnitus and dizziness. He also manages problems relating to children's tonsils and adenoids in his regular paediatric clinic.

Mr Manjaly has a very busy tertiary NHS practice at the renowned Royal National ENT Hospital, part of University College London Hospitals. He also provides visiting specialist input to the Microtia & Craniofacial Multidisciplinary team at the Royal Free Hospital, London. His training was on the North Thames ENT High Surgical Training programme, undergoing extensive training in all aspects of ENT surgery at a number of centres, including Great Ormond Street Hospital, Imperial College NHS Trust, London North West University NHS Trust, and the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital.

After being awarded Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons he began to specialise in the area of hearing restoration for adults and children. He was then selected for a prestigious fellowship in Otology and Implant surgery at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust, where he was able to expand his skills in complex ear and hearing surgery. He has held several positions within the Association of Otolaryngologists in Training including acting as a representative on the councils of the British Society of Otology and the Royal Society of Medicine Otology Section. 

Away from the clinic, he is a keen Aston Villa supporter and also performs semi-professionally in a function band at weddings and conferences in the UK.

 

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What is an Ear, Nose, and Throat Surgeon?

Ear, Nose and Throat surgeons specialise in the treatments of disorders relating to hearing, smell and balance.

When to see an ENT Surgeon?

You may wish to contact an ENT surgeon if you experience problems with your ears or inside your nose and throat. Many patients see ENT surgeons due to hearing problems which require surgery. Sometimes nose and throat problems may manifest themselves as problems with breathing and swallowing. Some common conditions that ENT surgeons treat include sinus problems and nose bleeds. Common procedures performed by ENT surgeons include tonsillectomies and operations on adenoids causing snoring and obstruction.

How to find a good ENT doctor?

Users can search for a suitable and highly-rated ENT (ear nose & throat) doctor on Doctify to find the most appropriate practitioner for their needs. You can refer to ratings left by other patients to review the feedback about doctors so you can make an informed choice.

How to book a private ENT appointment?

Doctify allows you to search for private ENT doctors with available appointments through our system. Doctify will show a list of appointments beside each ENT doctor including a range of dates and times so you can choose which appointment is most suitable for you and book directly from Doctify.

How much does it cost to see a private ENT specialist?

The cost of appointments to see a private ENT specialist can vary. It will depend on the type of appointment and what requirements are needed thereafter, such as surgery which will incur an additional cost to the initial consultation. It is best to refer to the specialist you intend on seeing in regards to their pricing schedule as it can vary by each specialist.

What does an ENT surgeon do?

ENT surgeons are specialists that deal with disorders and conditions related to the ears, nose and throat as well as related areas of the head and neck. They diagnose and treat conditions such as various infections of the ears, hearing-related issues and tinnitus, problems that affect the nose, nasal cavity and sinuses, as well as speech, eating and swallowing conditions that affect the throat. ENT surgeons are also trained to treat and manage other head and neck-related conditions including trauma, disease and deformity.

ENT appointment – what to expect?

While each appointment will be individualised to your needs as a patient, most appointments follow a similar layout. The appointment will involve an in-person consultation with your specialist to assess your situation and provide the next course of action as recommended based on the diagnosis. On Doctify you can now find ENT surgeons who also offer video consultations. 

What happens at your first ENT appointment?

During your initial consultation with your ENT specialist, you’ll begin with your ENT doctor taking a detailed history of your condition along with a timeline of when you began experiencing symptoms. From there, they will usually conduct a physical examination to make a diagnosis and provide a roadmap for the next steps which may involve surgery, non-invasive treatments or additional investigation. 

What procedures can you find at an ENT clinic?