Our Specialties

ENT Specialists, P.C.

Providing Comprehensive care for Adult and Pediatric ENT conditions in Omaha and the surrounding areas.

The physicians at ENT Specialists, PC are Board-certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery.  To qualify for certification by the American Board of Otolaryngology, a physician must complete college, medical school, and at least five years of specialty training.  Next, the physician must pass the American Board of Otolaryngology examination.

Otolaryngologists are trained in both medicine and surgery.  They are the most appropriate physicians to treat disorders of the ears, nose, throat and related structures of the head and neck.  The physicians at ENT Specialists, PC treat both adults and children and see patients at clinics in Omaha, Nebraska, Norfolk, Nebraska, O’Neill, Nebraska, and Clarinda, Iowa. Follow the link at the top of the page to view the areas of otolaryngology we treat in our clinic.

Audiology is the science of hearing. Audiologist play a huge part on the ENT Specialists team by assisting our physicians to make sure patients are getting the best treatment possible.  An audiologist is a person who has a masters or doctoral degree in audiology and must be licensed or registered by the state to practice. If you are having hearing issues or suffer from recurrent ear infections you just might get to meet one of our highly trained audiologist before seeing a physician.

For your reference, the chart below list some of the conditions we treat most in our clinic. If you have concerns regarding any of these conditions, make an appointment with one of our providers today.


Ear, Nose and Throat Conditions

Ear Nose Throat
hearing loss recurrent sinus infections recurrent sore throats
vertigo and balance disorders sinusitis tonsillitis and adenoids
ringing in the ears (tinnitus) nasal obstruction swallowing problems
fluid/recurrent infections nasal polyps hoarseness
cancers nosebleeds vocal nodules
ear drum perforations nasal allergy tumors of the voice box
disorders of hearing bones nasal drip throat cancer
congenital deformities  rhinitis tongue-tie
cysts and tumors foreign bodies taste disturbance
ear wax cancers and tumors  
external ear canal problems smell dysfunction  
dizziness  septal deviation  
foreign bodies    
otitis externia (swimmer’s ear)