Your ENT, Allergy, Sinus & Hearing Care Specialists
At Louisiana Ear Nose Throat & Sinus, we strive to provide the ear, nose and throat (ENT) care you deserve. That’s why our practice staffs both ENT doctors and audiologists. We’re determined to provide our patients with the most comprehensive care and diagnostic evaluations when it comes to their otolaryngology health. Our professionals work in tandem to not only diagnose your ear, nose and throat conditions, but to keep you informed and comfortable all the way through the treatment phase.
For comprehensive hearing evaluations and the leading treatments for nasal, sinus, allergy, thyroid and adenoid issues, our clinic specialists will be happy to help you live a healthier life.
When it comes to your ear, nose and throat health, trust the ENT doctors and audiologists on staff at Louisiana Ear Nose Throat & Sinus to get the treatment you need.
We offer an extensive line-up of services, including diagnosis and treatment for: hearing loss, tinnitus, sinus, nasal, allergy, throat and sleep disorders.
Otolaryngologists (ENT Specialists)
Otolaryngologists are ENT physicians that practice the oldest medical specialty in the U.S., Otolaryngology. They are specialized physicians that have trained in multiple disciplines, mainly medical and surgical management of their patients suffering from ENT disorders. ENT physicians require a minimum of 15 years of college before practicing in their field. The American Board of Otolaryngology is still highly regarded as having one of the toughest examinations in the world. ENT physicians that further their studies take on specialty areas like allergy, sleep disorders, facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and more.
Roles of an otolaryngologist: Examination, diagnoses and treatment of the ears, mouth, throat and nose. Additional education can bring their duties up to eight sub-specializations in total.
Leaders in the science of hearing, audiologists look at balance and other related disorders associated with ENT health. As healthcare professionals they provide the best methods for prevention, identification and diagnosis of the most crippling conditions of hearing and balance disorders. The services rendered by an audiologist can lead to a better outcome of life when health goals are met.
Roles of an audiologist: Identification, diagnosis, testing and treatment of human disorders related to hearing, balance and tinnitus. This applies to all ages, especially early childhood development.
Patients are often referred to Allergy Specialists from their primary care doctor when further treatment is needed. They are also known as Allergists, a specialization that works on a diagnosis for asthma and allergies. Allergy Specialists work with their patients over an extended period of time to get to the root of the problem.
Roles of an allergy specialist: Diagnosing, treatment and education on allergies. Administering allergy shots, also known as Immunotherapy.
We courtesy file for all insurance companies provided they have out of network benefits. Please check with your insurance plan to see if you will need a referral from your primary care physician.
If you are unable to make your appointment, please let our office know. We are a very high volume practice and our doctor’s schedules fill quickly. Please be courteous to all of our other sick patients and let us know when you will not be able to make an appointment so that we are able to cancel it. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause; however, we are confident that you understand that this time could be used to see other patients who are sick.