Advanced ENT and Allergy is the result of an exciting merger of three tried and trusted Ear, Nose and Throat organizations located throughout the area: Louisville ENT Associates, Commonwealth Ear, Nose & Throat and Ohio Valley ENT and Allergy. Our 14 outstanding Otolaryngologists (ear, nose and throat doctors) have now come together to focus on new technologies and patient services by providing a highly coordinated and comprehensive delivery of head and neck care. Our coordinated efforts in care and geographic coverage in the area make our services more convenient and accessible to referring physicians and patients throughout the region.
Advanced ENT and Allergy provides a full spectrum of ear, nose and throat care as well as a full complement of head and neck surgery. Our dedicated medical professionals provide a complete array of diagnostic and therapeutic services for any and all healthcare needs associated with the head and neck. In addition to general ENT, we have specialized medical expertise available through our five centers of excellence: The Allergy Center, The Hearing Center, The Sinus Center, The Thyroid Center, The Pediatric Center, Clinical Research and Aesthetic Center. Another invaluable service to our referring physicians and patients is our Clinical Research Center which positions Advanced ENT and Allergy to participate in the testing and development of cutting edge medical products and services.
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More than 36 million Americans suffer from hearing loss. While this condition is often viewed as an inevitable part of aging, over half of all patients are otherwise healthy adults under the age of 65. Regular hearing screenings are an invaluable tool in identifying problems early and taking steps to prevent further hearing damage before it is too late. We encourage you to schedule an appointment for a hearing screening with one of our audiologists during the month of October, recognized nationwide as Audiology Awareness Month.