18059 HWY 105 W Suite 115, Montgomery, TX 77356

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I thought I would write something about one of the most common issues that I deal with in my office on a daily basis: Wax plugging the ears. While this is not a glamorous or attractive topic of conversation, excessive wax in the outer ear canal affects many people. It can cause problems as simple as mild hearing loss, or

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At this special time of year, we are hopefully able to be thankful for the blessings of Christmas, a New Year as well as family and friends. When we do have the opportunity to be with those we love, being able to share our thoughts, opinions and feelings is so very important. Simply put, we COMMUNICATE, a word that comes from

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One reason patients come to my office is because of difficulty swallowing or a feeling of a "lump" in the throat. Most of the reasons are minor and can be resolved, but some are signs of severe illness. The actual act of swallowing is one of the most complex but coordinated movements in our body. It is divided into steps

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As an Ear, Nose, Throat and Allergy specialist, one of the most common complaints I hear from my patients is about excessive nasal drainage. People who have it know what I mean -- too much liquid is either running out the front of your nose or down the back into your throat. It can be a temporary condition related to

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Typically people who suffer from hearing loss are either born with the condition or develop it over time, but there is another kind of hearing loss that is destructive and abrupt. Sudden sensorieneural hearing loss (SSHL) is an unexpected loss of most or all hearing in one or both ears occurring within 3 days or less. Sudden hearing loss is

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As we enter summer months, it is a good time to think about the ways we should protect our ears from excessive noise.  Recent research reports indicate there is a direct correlation between the effects of loud noises produced by our modern technology and premature hearing loss.  The incidence of hearing aid use in the 30 – 49 year old

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By Thomas Stark, MD As a specialist in Ear, Nose and Throat as well as Allergy, every day in my office I see patients with chronic health conditions that are very hard to cure.  A short list of these would include allergies, asthma, sinusitis, cough, headaches, muscle pain, fatigue, thyroid problems, digestive disorders and auto-immune diseases. Modern medicine has made

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In my field as and Ear, Nose and Throat specialist, I obviously work with people who have hearing problems. But there is one of the other "Five Senses" that I deal with -- the sense of smell. And it turns out that this important ability is very closely tied to our brain and even our moods. As we all know

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