Balance Disorders

Reliable Treatments for Adults & Children

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At ENT and Allergy, our specialists are dedicated to the evaluation and treatment of advanced otologic and balance disorders, and to advancing the field through education. Our Ear and Dizziness subspecialists are trained in a suite of office-based diagnostics and procedures, as well as advanced surgical techniques including stapedotomies, tympanoplasties, mastoidectomies, bone anchored hearing aids (BAHA), and cochlear implants.

Otologists and Neurotologists are ENT subspecialists who focus on advanced disorders affecting the ears, balance system, temporal bone, and related functions. The medical and surgical skills of a fellowship-trained otologist/neurotologist include the treatment of otosclerosis, cholesteatomas, difficult ear infections, advanced hearing loss and tinnitus, congenital malformations, tumors of the ear, dizziness, and vertigo. 

Throughout the New York and New Jersey area are staffed with nationally recognized professionals and state-of-the-art diagnostic technology to offer comprehensive care to patients with these conditions.  

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Find Relief Today

Looking for relief from dizziness, vertigo, and other ear-related conditions? Look no further than ENT and Allergy Associates. We are proud to be a subdivision of ENT and Allergy Associates, which boasts over 25 years of experience and a network of top physicians across the country. Our commitment is to provide effective solutions for your needs. Schedule an appointment with us today and take the first step towards feeling better.

Contact your local ENT and Allergy Associates to schedule a consultation with one of our ear and dizziness specialists.

Patient Stories

  • "Very good experience. Highly recommend"

    - Victor S.
  • "Very personalized service from staff to Doctor especially Dr. Alaxander S."

    - Shabbir A.
  • "Very professional staff from the audiologist to the physician and the dr taught me something about hearing loss I was not aware of"

    - Acrawl75

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