From basic care to the most advanced needs, CAMC’s providers focus on a full range of ENT services. 

Our Approach to Ear, Nose and/or Throat Care 

CAMC ENT services treat a wide range of services including conditions and disorders related to the ears, nose and throat. 

We specialize in diagnosing and treating a wide array of conditions related to the ears, nose and throat, including: 

Deviated septum: An abnormal configuration of the cartilage that makes up the nasal septum, which can cause problems with proper breathing and/or nasal discharge. 

Foreign bodies in the ear, nose or airway 

Sinusitis: Infection of the sinuses near the nose, often caused by illness or allergies 

Stridor: A high-pitched sound that is usually heard best when a child breathes in and is caused by an obstruction/narrowing on the upper airway. 

Obstructive sleep apnea: Occurs when a child stops breathing during periods of sleep, usually because of a blockage in the airway; could be caused by enlarged tonsils and adenoids or inflamed and infected glands. 

Pharyngitis and tonsillitis: Infections in the throat that cause inflammation caused by viruses, bacteria, fungal infections, parasitic infections and/or cigarette smoke.  

Perforated eardrum: Tears or holes in the thin membrane of the eardrum usually caused by an injury or infection; small holes often heal on their own, but larger tears may require surgery to repair.