A neck lump isn't a cause for panic but as Mr Jonathan Hughes, a leading ENT specialist, explains in this article, it's always best to get a neck lump checked as soon as possible. He provides you with what happens when you have a neck lump and provides a detailed description of what to expect from your examination and if needed, your treatment.
It's not uncommon for hardworking professional singers to worry over their voice health and possible complications with their vocal nodules. Here, one of our expert ENT surgeons Professor Owen Judd explains what could cause a singer to lose their voice and how a specialist can help.
Everyone experiences a dizzy spell where you stand up too quickly and the room feels like it is spinning. There are many causes of dizziness and here we talk to one of expert ENT specialists Professor Owen Judd about ear-related dizziness and what you can do during a dizzy spell.
There a few conditions of the inner ear that can give us vertigo, which is the illusion of feeling like we are moving when we know we are completely still. Here, ENT expert professor Owen Judd explains these conditions and how they can be treated.
Your adenoids assist in keeping the body free from viruses and infections. However, sometimes they become troublesome and cause a variety of problems that require their removal. Consultant ENT specialist Mike O’Connell explains why children, and in rare cases adults, need adenoids removed along with symptoms of problems, the possible side effects of removal and more.
Considering rhinoplasty but want to know how long recovery takes? Or worried about a deviated septum and what's caused it? Read more from one of our top ENT surgeons Mr David Roberts who tackles both topics.
If your doctor suspects symptoms of hearing loss in your child, they can arrange for your little one to see a paediatric audiologist for an audiometry test. Here, leading ENT surgeon Professor Owen Judd explains what happens during a hearing test for children.
Young children are more prone to infections, especially those affecting their ear, nose and throat. 80% of children will have at least one ear infection by the time they are five and 90% by the age of six. Mr Mike O’Connell tells us a little bit about why children are so susceptible to ear infections and what you can do if your child has an ear infection.
As your baby grows there are some signs of hearing loss to look out for. Thankfully one of our leading ENT surgeons Professor Owen Judd is here to explain the possible causes of hearing loss and how it prevents in younger children.