ENT – Ear Nose & Throat care at Austin Regional Clinic. Make an appointment at one of our convenient central Texas locations.

Austin Regional Clinic

Ear, Nose, & Throat Care

Treat Sinusitis, Snoring, and More

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COVID-19 Update
Patient Safety
for ENT
  • ENT appointments available in clinic, on phone, or by video
  • Book an ENT telemedicine visit for sleep apnea or chronic sinusitis
  • ARC has precautionary measures in place to ensure your safety in the clinic by screening and separating patients with respiratory symptoms at all entrances

If you suffer from health issues of the head and neck, including the ears, nose, throat, sinuses, and larynx (voice box), an
Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) doctor, also referred as an Otolaryngologist, can help. An ENT doctor can diagnose, manage, and treat patients, from newborns to the elderly, who have issues with the areas above.

ENT doctors specialize in Otolaryngology, the medical specialty that focuses on health conditions of the head and neck, including the ears, nose, throat, sinuses, and voice box. If you experience difficulty with allergies, bronchitis, sinusitis, hearing problems including tinnitus (ear ringing) and severe hearing loss, voice or speech problems, or a recurring or chronic problem in the head or neck, an ENT specialist can diagnose the condition and help find the right treatment plan for you.

If you have sleep problems like insomnia, snoring or, sleep apnea and struggle to sleep, an ENT doctor may be able to help you sleep better. First, we will determine if you are a candidate for sleep disorder diagnosis and therapy. If so, you may undergo a diagnostic sleep study at a sleep lab where small sensors are placed on your head, face, neck, and legs to record the quality of your sleep. ARC ENT doctors will interpret the results of the sleep study and recommend the best treatment for you.

Make an ENT appointment request online or find an ENT doctor near you at the locations listed below.

Your ARC Clinical Team

All ARC ENT specialists are board certified in Otolaryngology; in addition, several specialists are also board certified in Sleep Medicine. ARC ENT specialists are part of the ARC coordinated care health care team, working together with primary caregivers and specialists to share information pertinent to the well-being of ARC patients.

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