The more you understand your body and how it functions, the better equipped you'll be at taking care of yourself to achieve optimal health.  On the left side of our Web site you'll find a tab called Learn More. Click there to find a wide variety of  valuable, practical wellness information.  We hope you can incorporate this informantion into your lifestyle to improve the quality of your life.  Turn to these pages whenever you have a question about ear, nose and throat health related issues.  We urge you to contact our practice at any time to make an appointment with one of our otolaryngology physicians or audiologists.

If you have questions about hearing or balance problems, or regarding hearing instruments such as hearing aids, assistive listening devices or hearing protection, please see the Bloomfield Hearing portion in our Web site.  Click the Bloomfield Hearing tab at the top of our Home page.  You will find a list of hearing and balance related topics there.  Our audiologists will be happy to answer your questions about communication, hearing and balance at your next audiology appointment.  Consultations with our audiologists are available free of charge to discuss your options for amplification and assistive listening technology.  You can also discuss coping strategies for living with hearing and balance disorders.

Click on Our Blog at the lower left side of the Web site to find new information about hearing, balance, communication, amplification, and other news related to ear, nose and throat health.  We will be updating the Blog every month, so please revisit our site to see what's new!

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Children and Facial Paralysis
...There are more than 50 known causes of facial paralysis but the most common in children is "Bell's palsy," the cause of which is not certain...

Children and Facial Paralysis
...There are more than 50 known causes of facial paralysis but the most common in children is "Bell's palsy," the cause of which is not certain...