Primary care doctors often diagnose and treat disorders involving the ear, nose, and throat, but doctors called otolaryngologists or otorhinolaryngologists are the ones who specialize in such disorders. The ears, nose, and throat have separate but related functions. The ears and nose are sensory organs, which are necessary for the senses of hearing, balance, and smell. The throat mainly functions as a pathway through which food and fluids travel to the esophagus (the hollow tube that leads from the throat to the stomach) and air passes to the lungs.

Sinusitis Sleep Apnea
Allergic Rhinitis Vertigo
Nasal polyps Otosclerosis
Laryngopharyngeal reflux Cholesteatoma
Labyrinthitis Laryngomalacia
Atrophic rhinitis Nasal fracture
Otomycosis Adenoiditis
Facial Paralysis Burning Mouth Syndrome
Stridor Thyroid Conditions
 Earwax Tinnitus (ringing in the ears)
Noise Induced Hearing Loss