Areas of expertise
Since 1994, Valley ENT Associates offers the highest quality of specialty care for all Ear, Nose and Throat problems. Our highly esteemed specialists provide remarkable treatment for patients of all ages. At Valley ENT Associates, we provide a variety of services that you may be unfamiliar with, so please feel free to review these services in more detail below.
Allergy and sinus problems are no fun! We evaluate your symptoms, employing scratch tests; or, even nasal endoscopy, and/or blood work if necessary. Used for more than 100 years, skin testing is the most reliable form of allergy testing and is considered to be the gold standard.
Crackling or popping sounds in the ears. Muffled hearing. Ringing in the ears. Are you experiencing any of these symptoms? If so, you might be a candidate for the Eustachian Tube Balloon Dilation System. Other symptoms include ears feeling like they are clogged or “under water”.
Behind your facial bones and surrounding the nose are pockets full of air called sinuses. Mucus drains through openings in each sinus. Sinusitis is inflammation of the sinus lining, which impacts normal drainage. Sinusitis is often caused by infections or blockage of the sinus openi
Valley ENT has a certified audiologist and two certified OTO-Techs on staff. They are specifically trained to obtain hearing information for children and adults who exhibit hearing problems. We provide procedures and treatments, including hearing aids.
When patients are experiencing dizziness or balance problems, it can be a frustrating and scary experience. Through careful questioning and testing, we as a team can help you eliminate, reduce or develop strategies to cope with your dizziness.
Ear infections (acute otitis media) are usually a bacterial or viral infection that affects the middle ear, the air-filled space behind the eardrum. Children are more likely than adults to get ear infections, and they are frequently are painful.
When you sleep, your muscles relax. The tissues of your upper airways narrow. If narrowed enough, tissues will flutter as air passes through as you inhale and exhale. There is a direct relationship between being overweight and having a narrower airway, so it is important for patients to lose weigh
Talking with family and friends at get-togethers, singing in the choir or with the radio, communicating on the phone, speaking with colleagues at work … Your voice is important for most aspects of your life. Unfortunately, this communication can’t take place for individuals with throat disorders.
A neck mass may be a sign of an infection, or it may indicate a serious medical condition. It does not necessarily mean you have cancer, but it does mean you may need additional evaluation to receive an accurate diagnosis.
Valley ENT has a certified audiologist and two certified OTO-Techs on staff trained to specifically obtain hearing information for children and adults who exhibit problems for a variety of reasons. They may test you with a traditional hearing test or use newer technology to obtain information from individuals who may not be able to complete the traditional tests. These tests include: audiograms, tympanometry, otoacoustic emissions, and threshold auditory brainstem response (ABR) testing. Our audiologist also performs specialized testing called electronystagmography (ENG) testing, which is used to evaluate and diagnose conditions that cause dizziness and vertigo.
Medicare and Medicare advantage programs accepted, Blue Cross accepted and most commercial insurances accepted. If you have any questions about your insurance please call our office.
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Contact Valley ENT
Saginaw - Main Office
2551 McLeod Drive South
Saginaw, MI 48604
Phone: (989) 799-8620
Fax: (989) 799-2664
Scheurer Prof. Building
135 N. Caseville Rd.
Pigeon, MI 48755
Phone: (989) 453-5226
Fax: (989) 453-8819
Marlette Regional Hospital
2750 Main Street, Suites 7 & 8
Marlette, MI 48453
Phone: (989) 635-4344
Fax: (877) 455-9031