Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) Clinic
Suzanne C. Helming, DO
311 S. 15
St., Suite 202
When adults or children are diagnosed with a medical condition involving
the critical areas of the ears, nose, or throat or the surrounding structures
of the health and neck, it takes a physician specially trained in otolaryngology
to provide specialized medical care. Coshocton Regional Medical Center
is proud to maintain that specialty at our ENT clinic in Coshocton.
The specialty of otolaryngology involves the medical and surgical management
and treatment of diseases and disorders of the ears, nose and throat (ENT)
and the related structures of the head and neck, a specialty commonly
referred to as an ENT physician. ENT physicians are specially trained
to diagnose and manage diseases or conditions of the sinuses, larynx (voice
box), oral cavity and upper pharynx (mouth and throat) as well as the
structures of the neck and face in both adults and children.
What Does an ENT Specialist Treat?
Ears – Treatment of hearing loss resulting from a medical disorder including
ear infections, balance disorder, tinnitus (ear noise), nerve pain and
facial and cranial nerve disorders.
Nose – Care of the nasal cavity and sinuses to manage breathing, chronic
sinusitis, allergies or conditions that affect the sense of smell.
Throat – The throat is a vital component in speech as well as in eating,
swallowing and digesting food. An ENT physician manages diseases of the
larynx, the esophagus and other voice and swallowing disorders.
Head and Neck – The structures of the head and neck include the nerves that control
sight, hearing and smell as well as the nerves and structure of the face.
An otolaryngologist is trained to identify and treat infectious diseases,
benign and malignant tumors, facial trauma and deformities of the face.
The ENT Clinic is located in suite 202 in the Coshocton Regional Medical
Center 311 Building at 311 S. 15th St. in Coshocton and can be reached by calling (740) 295-3328.