Mr Mace is Consultant Ear nose and Throat (ENT) Surgeon in York teaching Hospital and Honorary Consultant ENT Surgeon in Harrogate District Hospital.
He looks after NHS and private patients with wide ranging ENT conditions, and has a subspecialist interest in ear and hearing related pathology, including dizziness, in children and adults. He is the clinical lead in the Balance Centre in York Teaching Hospital and receives referrals from across the North of England. His constant drive is to provide an excellent quality clinical service and good communication is at the heart of his practice.
During Specialist Registrar training in the West of Scotland, he was awarded a Doctorate in Medicine in 2008 following a 2 year Gene Therapy Research Fellowship in Head and Neck Cancer. In 2010 he was awarded the Royal Society of Medicine Otology Training Scholarship and became the Otology and Skull Base Surgery Fellow with Prof. Fagan's team at St Vincent's Hospital in Sydney. He has a medico-legal practice, with a special interest in Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) and Personal Injury (PI).
Please contact his secretary Jane Blacker to enquire about consultations.
Children and adult ENT surgery
Endoscopic ear surgery
Treatment of tonsil stones
Myringoplasty and Ossiculoplasty
Bone anchored hearing aid implant surgery (BAHA)
Treatment of glue ear
Adenoid and tonsil surgery to manage sleep apnoea
Treatment of Eustachian tube dysfunction
Treatment for sinusitis
Treatment for nasal polyps (including local anaesthetic nasal polypectomy)
Treatment for otitis externa
Meatoplasty and canalplasty of the ear
Nasal turbinate surgery
Medical and surgical management of vertigo
Mr Mace has a special interest in ear related pathology in children and adults including:
ear infections, perforated ear drums and hearing loss
glue ear and eustachian tube related problems
dizziness and vertigo, including labyrinthitis and Meniere's disease