An otorhinolaryngologist specializes in the diagnostics, treatment and prevention of diseases that affect the ears, throat and nose. When a patient feels difficulty breathing through the nose, a sore throat or stuffiness in the ears, he or she should consult a qualified otorhinolaryngologist so that these symptoms do not develop into more difficult to treat conditions or complications in other organs and systems.
- Consultation with an otorhinolaryngologist855 uah
- Follow-up consultation with an otorhinolaryngologist770 uah
- Consultation with an otorhinolaryngologist, leading medical specialist, Candidate of Medical Sciences 990 uah
- Follow-up consultation with an otorhinolaryngologist, leading medical specialist, Candidate of Medical Sciences935 uah
- Consultation with a pediatric otorhinolaryngologist 815 uah
- Consultation with a pediatric otorhinolaryngologist, leading medical specialist 935 uah
- Follow-up consultation with a pediatric otorhinolaryngologist, leading medical specialist, Candidate of Medical Sciences 935 uah
- Follow-up consultation with a pediatric otorhinolaryngologist 705 uah
You should visit an otorhinolaryngologist when you have such symptoms and for such purposes:
- discomfort in the throat: dryness, soreness, pain, hoarseness or loss of voice;
- congestion, noise and pain in the ears, deterioration or loss of hearing or abnormal discharge from the ear canal;
- nasal congestion, discharge of any nature from the nasal passages, dryness, bleeding, etc;
- chronic inflammatory processes of ENT organs (tonsillitis, rhinosinusitis, laryngitis, otitis, pharyngitis, etc.);
- for surgical removal of tonsils, adenoids, polyps or cysts from the maxillary sinuses;
- to remove foreign objects from the ears, throat or nose;
- during plastic surgery (plastic surgery of the external nose and/or nasal septum).
Highly qualified otorhinolaryngologists at St. Paraskeva Medical Center provide comprehensive consultation, quality and fast treatment for adults and children.
Marko LecykOtorhinolaryngologist, Pediatric otorhinolaryngologist
Nataliia DidykOtorhinolaryngologist, Pediatric otorhinolaryngologist
Oksana YusypOtorhinolaryngologist, Pediatric otorhinolaryngologist
Olga PlazovaOtorhinolaryngologist, Pediatric otorhinolaryngologist
Petro PavlyukOtorhinolaryngologist, Pediatric otorhinolaryngologist
Ruslan LisovskyiOtorhinolaryngologist, Pediatric otorhinolaryngologist
During the consultation, the doctor conducts: palpation examination of ENT organs, anterior and posterior rhinoscopy, pharyngoscopy, otoscopy and laryngoscopy (using modern special ENT equipment with the use of fiber optics). If changes are detected, the otorhinolaryngologist may suggest rinsing the tonsils, nasal passages, washing out sulfur crusts, etc.
In the ENT Department of the St. Paraskeva Medical Center, the patient can receive the following services:
- video endoscopy of ENT organs with regular consultation of an otorhinolaryngologist;
- surgical interventions on ENT organs;
- puncture and rinsing of the paranasal sinuses with/without injection of medicines;
- tamponade of the nasal passages;
- coagulation of the vessels of the nasal membrane;
- pneumatic massage of the eardrum;
- treatment of abscesses/furuncles of ENT organs;
- sampling of material for cytological examination from ENT organs;
- treatment of ENT organs using infrared radiation;
- removal of foreign bodies from ENT organs;
- assessment of the paranasal sinuses using the Rtg method;
- assessment of all sinuses and bone conditions using MSCT;
- rhinoplasty, etc.
Remember that it is important to make an appointment for a consultation with an otorhinolaryngologist even in case of minor, at first glance, pathological conditions of ENT organs, as only a doctor will be able to fully assess the changes and prescribe effective treatment, which can prevent the development of severe complications (heart and kidney disorders (rheumatism, glomerulonephritis), abscess, phlegmon, meningitis, etc.).