ENT Consultant in Manchester

ENT Consultant in ManchesterIf you are looking for an ENT consultant in Manchester, speak to Professor Tim Woolford. He is a consultant Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon at the University Department of Otorhinolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery, Manchester Royal Infirmary, and the Spire Manchester Hospital. He has 20 years of experience in treating patients with ear, nose and throat conditions. While the ear, nose and the throat appear to be completely distinct, all of them are part of the upper respiratory system, and they also have similarities. It is because of their similarities and the fact that they are linked that if one experiences a problem, it is likely that the other 2 will also be affected.

Should you have a problem with your ears, nose or throat in Manchester, an ENT consultant will be able to assist you. Professor Woolford can treat patients with ears blocked by ear wax. This can be done at his clinic, and using microsuction technique, will  remove the ear wax efficiently and effectively. If you are experiencing other problems such as infection, deafness, earache, tinnitus and dizziness, you’ll be pleased to know that they can also be treated at his clinic. Should a hearing test be necessary, this will be conducted by an experienced audiologist. Professor Woolford also has great expertise in the management of nose problems, including nasal blockage, sinusitis, nasal polyps, smell disorders, facial pain and nose bleeds. A nasendoscopy may be performed if the inside of the nose needs to be examined, as this is often needed to make the correct diagnosis. Professor Woolford can also assist with throat and voice problems.

A professional ENT consultant in Manchester believes in treating his patients as though he would like to be treated, or  how would wish his family members to be treated. For more information about how an ENT consultant can assist you, contact Professor Tim Woolford. He will always clearly explain and discuss the nature of the problem. He will give a balanced opinion and will only recommend surgery if there is evidence that it will be effective, and the benefits clearly outweigh the risks.

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