Greater Knoxville Ear, Nose & Throat is the region’s premier otolaryngology center for children and adults, providing the most advanced care for nose and sinus issues, allergies, mouth & throat, and ears & hearing, including hearing aids. We also provide additional audiology services and treatment for cancer of the head & neck, as well as snoring & sleep Apnea treatments. Call (865) 244-4396 to schedule an appointment.
Visit our Knoxville Sinus Center site also.
Why Choose Us?
At Greater Knoxville Ear Nose & Throat, we work hard to provide the best possible experiences and outcomes for our patients, and we love getting feedback. Find out what people like you have to say about us.Read Patient Testimonials
I was recommended to Dr. Alan Rosenbaum from my daughters’ pediatrician and from the moment I met him I was impressed with his professionalism...
Many Thanks with Gratitude!
Since having sinus surgery, Dr. Horton just recently released me and said to call him if I needed him! Thankful for his skills and...
Meeting Dr.Alan Rosenbalm has been a life changer for me. I have had sinus surgery in the past and it lasted about as long...
I cannot say enough about how well I have been treated by your Clinic. All the personnel are very helpful to me and take...
I have been under Dr. Sandberg’s care in Jefferson City since late May for nosebleeds. He is very professional and knowledgeable. And patient with...
Very caring and compassionate. Loved the way she (Dr. Baker) took time for me and my family.
Dr. Denneny is top-notch: friendly, professional, knowledgeable, and gracious. She exemplifies class!
I had extensive sinus surgery in December and it was the best decision I have ever made. Dr. Rathfoot not only listened to my...
Best Doctors in America
The physicians at Greater Knoxville Ear, Nose & Throat are named among the best doctors in the country, year after year. Click on the profiles below to learn more about our amazing doctors.
Robert A. Crawley, M.D., FACS – (Retired)
Elise C. Denneny, M.D., FACS – Otolaryngologist
Richard J. DePersio, M.D., FACS – Otolaryngologist
Leslie L. Baker, M.D. – Otolaryngologist
Christopher J. Rathfoot, M.D. – Otolaryngologist
Allan M. Rosenbaum, M.D., FACS – Otolaryngologist
Ronald K. Sandberg, M.D. – Otolaryngologist
About 37 million Americans snore. While it’s very common, snoring is a major deterrent to quality sleep. Knowing what causes it is one step towards getting better sleep at night. Here are the most common causes of snoring: 1. Aging As we get older, our throat muscles and tongue tend to relax more during sleep….