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Thanks to all the patients and their siblings for the beautiful drawings submitted throughout the year. Each month, it was difficult to pick one winner! January – Alivia, age 12 February – Owen, age 5 March – Kylie, age 11 April – Ellie, age 10 May – Hadlee, age 8 June – Kyndall, age 10…

Oklahoma Otolaryngology Associates, LLC has a dynamic team of exceptional physicians who are leaders in the community of knowledge in the field of ear, nose and throat medical conditions; they represent the premier Oklahoma ear, nose and throat clinic. In recognition of our incredible physicians, one physician will be featured each month in our ENT…

Why get hearing aids? An estimated 36 million adults in the U.S. have some form of hearing loss. Many people seek out hearing aids because their family members or friends have told them they think they might have hearing loss. Sometimes it’s hard for people to get past the stigma and admit they’re suffering from…

Do you have a hard time blowing your nose? It may seem like an inconsequential question, but sinusitis is no laughing matter. Sinusitis, caused by the inflammation of the sinus cavities, is a common otolaryngological issue that affects approximately one in eight adults a year, leading to a significant decrease in their quality of life….

Tinnitus has long been recognized as a pervasive auditory condition that affects a wide range of patients. Though medical professionals are able to treat many of its symptoms through therapy and hearing aids with varying levels of success, there has been no medical protocol to address the underlying cause of the disorder. However, a recent…

Having grown up with that silly children’s song, some of us accepted long ago that somehow “the knee bone is connected to the jaw bone,” but did you know your nose is connected to your ear?  More specifically, your nasal sinus cavity links to your eardrum, which occasionally causes hearing loss when suffering from acute…

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