The University of Maryland Department of Otorhinolaryngology offers a full range of services for patients with ear, nose and throat disorders, including hearing loss, tinnitus, swallowing disorders, snoring problems and sinus ailments. Meet some of our patients and read about their life-changing experiences. These are the sort of success stories that our physicians and staff make possible every day.
Sarah Chisholm: GERD/Sleep Apnea/Dysphasia patient benefits from multidisciplinary care.
Lisa Hildebrande:Voice disorder patient finds cure with the help of UMMC speech language pathologist.
May: Spasmodic dysphonia patient says Botox injections have improved her voice.
John E. Elley: Vocal fold paralysis patient’s speech ‘improves dramatically’ after thyroplasty and arytenoid adduction.
Hope Koch: Grandmother Can Hear Again After Getting Cochlear Implant at UMMC (via CNN)
Nancy C.: Tinnitus Patient Finds Treatment to Help Regain Control of Her Life.
George Goebel: Art Teacher Happy to be Back in the Classroom Following Successful Tinnitus Treatment.
Khaliq Winder: Bilateral Cochlear Implants Make “Dramatic Difference” in Child’s Ability to Hear
Lewis Dalton: Cochlear implant improves Lewis Dalton's quality of life in "more ways than I can imagine."
Rev. Dr. Ronald C. Christiansen: Implanted hearing aid offers hope to patient with hearing loss.
Teddy Webster: Hearing aids greatly improve child’s speech and behavior.