Do You Need An Allergy Skin Test?

Avoiding an allergic reaction can be tricky if you don’t know what you’re allergic to. This is where skin testing becomes valuable. Doctors use skin tests to identify your allergens or the things that can trigger an allergic reaction. How does skin testing work? Skin tests use the extracts of common allergens such as pollen,... Read More

Tips to Help Ease Summertime Allergies

With summertime comes plenty of opportunities to drench in the sunshine and enjoy outdoor activities. While it’s considered by many as one of the best times of the year, it can pose some health issues and discomfort for some. Read More

Canine Companion Takes Away Everyday Limits of Hearing Loss

Meet Lauren Harris and read her story about functioning every day with the help of a Canine Companion. I’m Lauren Harris, and I was born profoundly deaf and utilize bilateral Cochlear Implants from Cochlear Americas. Growing I was never one to let my hearing loss limit my lifestyle and was extremely active in sports and... Read More

What Causes Swimmer’s Ear and How is it Treated?

If you’re like many people, you may think of a swimmer’s ear as something you can only get while swimming. While it’s certainly associated with being in the water (like the ocean or the pool), you can also get a swimmer’s ear on dry land. Read More

Audiology at Greater Knoxville ENT

Greater Knoxville Ears, Nose, and Throat is the region’s premier otolaryngology center for children and adults. We have top-notch specialists and equipment for the advanced care of hearing, balance, nose, sinus, mouth, and throat issues. Read More

How Balloon Sinuplasty Can Help You with Spring Allergies

Spring is beautiful, but it can also pose some health issues especially for those who are prone to seasonal allergies. Spring allergies Pollen is the biggest trigger of spring allergy. These tiny particles can be released by trees, weed, and grasses into the air, causing you to experience watery eyes, runny nose, coughing, itchy eyes,... Read More

Oral and Throat Cancer: Signs and Symptoms

The American Cancer Society estimates that about 54,000 Americans will get oropharyngeal cancer in 2021. This particular type of cancer, which is twice more common in men than in women, can affect any part of your oral cavity. This includes your lips, tongue, larynx or voice box, throat, hard palate, salivary glands, and gums. Signs... Read More

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