Ear, Nose & Throat Overview

The ear, nose and throat providers at Hattiesburg Clinic are dedicated to providing quality care. Often called otolaryngologists, they treat general illnesses of the ear, nose and throat and offer medical and surgical treatments involving the head and neck in both children and adults.

Illnesses of the ear, nose and throat can include but are not limited to:

  • Cancer and tumors found in the head, neck, face, nasal cavity (nasopharynx) and throat (larynx)
  • Deviated septums
  • Dizziness and balance disorders
  • Infections of the ears, sinuses, tonsils and adenoids
  • Neck nodules and cysts
  • Nose and sinus disorders (nasal congestion, facial and sinus pain, nasal discharge, bleeding and smell disorders)
  • Problems in the mouth, including lesions: taste, tongue and palate
  • Snoring and sleep-related disorders
  • Throat and swallowing disorders
  • Thyroid disorders that can include masses, nodules and enlarged thyroids
  • Voice disorders, vocal cord and larynx infections

We also offer pediatric and adult allergy testing and cosmetic and reconstructive surgery, which includes repair and care of injury or trauma to the face, mouth and jaw (maxillofacial trauma).


Audiology Services

Many patients with ear problems or dizziness have some degree of hearing loss, which can be frustrating for the patient and the family members involved.

At Hattiesburg Clinic, we staff audiologistscertified by the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association. These audiologists are able to test and treat patients who suffer from audiological-related issues and are qualified to conduct hearing aid evaluations, fittings and orientations.

Our physicians may recommend a hearing aid after audiological testing and an examination. If this is the case, it is our mission to make sure the transition to such is as smooth as possible.