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At MUMS - Our Specialist ENT Consultants see, diagnose, and treat the following conditions:
A tongue tie in a new-born baby is often picked up by doctors and midwives shortly after birth. It interferes with tongue mobility, and in certain circumstances, a baby's tongue tie can make feeding difficult.
Ear wax is removed with a microscope and suction by our ENT Consultants.
This procedure is carried out by one of our ENT Consultants to stop or prevent nosebleeds.
MUMS ENT Consultants perform Nasal Endoscopy to visualise the sinus and nasal passages using MUMS state of the art flexible, thin endoscope which has a tiny camera and light.
These tiny tissue growths, which develop inside the sinuses and nasal passages, can impair a person's ability to breathe, taste or smell, and create a runny nose. Our ENT specialists see and treat these.
Our ENT consultants can identify the cause of facial pain and headaches and offer treatments.
Dizziness and vertigo
There are several distinct conditions that can lead to dizziness and vertigo, including dehydration and low blood pressure. Some ear issues, like infections, Meniere's disease, vestibular migraines, Labyrinthitis, and BPPV (Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo), can also make people feel lightheaded or queasy.
Nasal discharge and blockages
Numerous conditions, including allergies, nasal polyps, and rhinitis can cause obstructions of the nasal passageways and can cause excessive or chronic nasal discharge.
Watering from the eyes
Numerous conditions frequently lead to eye watering. Even if not all diseases necessitate medical attention, endoscopic surgery may be offered if a blocked tear duct is the cause of watering eyes.
Often to referred to as “ringing in the ears” – is Tinnitus. There are several reasons why tinnitus occurs, from earwax build-up to ear infections. Our ear, nose, and throat specialists can identify the underlying source of the issue and suggest different treatments.
Ear discharge that appears suddenly or lasts for a long time must be investigated and treated.
Recurrent sore throat
Recurrent sore throats may be brought on by allergies, acid reflux, or bacterial infections. The proper diagnosis and course of treatment can be determined with the assistance of an ENT Consultant.
Change in voice
If you think your voice has changed, you should have this investigated. By doing this, a diagnosis can be made, and the appropriate medical attention applied.
Lumps and Growths
Making an appointment with an ear, nose, and throat specialist is in your best interest if you've detected a new lump developing in your throat or neck.
This is often referred to as dysphagia and can be caused by mouth, throat, or gullet problems. Our ENT consultants can investigate and diagnose and ensure your treatment pathway is right for you.
If you require an Ear, Nose and Throat consultation, you do not need a referral from your NHS GP to attend our clinic. Unlike NHS providers, we can sometimes offer same-day appointments to see our Ear, Nose and Throat Consultant. To arrange an appointment, contact us today.
Alternatively, book an appointment online.
There is no need for a referral from your NHS GP to see a consultant at MUMS. There are no waiting times. Consultations are unrushed, comprehensive and we are proud of our patient testimonials.
We offer affordable, rapid access to private consultations and treatment at our clinic in the heart of Solihull.
You can book online or call our friendly team on 0121 704 2669. We have ample parking.
Check-ups are essential for the assessment and diagnosis of any ear, nose, or throat issues. Check-ups for the ears, nose, and throat also make sure that any underlying breathing or sleeping problems can be corrected.
Having an ear, nose or throat problem inevitably affects the quality of your life and daily work life balance.
Extended NHS waiting times mean that few people secure a timely consultation for conditions such as tinnitus, hearing loss, breathing problems, head, and neck issues. This can be frustrating and cause anxiety. For this reason – MUMS prides itself on each access to specialist consultations to avoid the wait