Watch Dr. Denneny discuss how the providers at Greater Knoxville ENT’s approach patient care.
We are pleased to announce that once again, GKENT physicians have been recognized as Top Docs by Cityview Magazine! Congratulations to our six physicians, who were awarded for excellence in otolaryngology. Each year, Cityview Magazine invites physicians to elect their peers for exceptional care in their respective specialties.
Area practicing physicians on the front lines of the healthcare industry recognized the following GKENT physicians as Top Docs:
- Leslie L. Baker, M.D.
- Robert A. Crawley, M.D., FACS
- Richard J. DePersio, M.D., FACS
- William D. Horton, M.D., FACS
- Christopher J. Rathfood, M.D.
- Allan M. Rosenbaum, M.D., FACS
Congratulations to all, and thank you for everything you do for GKENT patients!
Spring is finally on its way! While we are looking forward to days without snowy forecasts and frigid temps, not all of us are looking forward to the sniffles and sinus problems that often accompany the change in seasons.
A much higher pollen count is expected this year, which means it’s time to get proactive!
“Most studies show that if you begin the medication before the allergy season starts, before the pollen actually hits, you’re more likely to have an improved allergy season than if you wait,” says Dr. Horton.
Learn how to stay ahead of allergy season and what you need to know about available treatment by watching Dr. Horton’s appearance on WATE. Click here to see the video!
About Dr. Horton
Dr. Horton has a particular interest in the field of rhinology, a sub specialty that deals with diseases of the sinuses including allergy and surgery. Board certified by the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy and a member of the American Rhinologic Society, he regularly attends continuing education conferences including the Southern States Rhinology course, the Western States Rhinology course, and the North American Rhinology and Allergy conference. His interest in the immunology of allergy and chronic sinusitis is evident in lectures to residents in family practice and internal medicine at UTMC K., and the department of otolaryngology at the Center for Health Sciences in Memphis.
Did you know allergies don’t just happen in spring and summer? Fall is just a little more than six weeks away, and with it will come a different variety of pesky allergies.
Dr. Rosenbaum was recently on WATE 6’s Medical Minute to discuss common fall allergies and the best ways to combat them. Ragweed and mold are two of the most common- see what solutions Dr. Rosenbaum suggests to make your fall enjoyable and symptom-free!