Join ENT specialists at UMMC for free, expert advice about common ear, nose, and throat issues. From sinus issues, to dizziness, to sore throats and difficulty speaking, you can get practical information to help you and your child feel better.
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You don’t have to wait for a seminar for expert help. We offer same-day appointments for general ear, nose, and throat care. Call (601) 984-5160 to see an ENT provider today at UMMC.
Date: May 13
Time: 7 p.m. via Facebook Live
Speakers: Mallory Upchurch, CCC-SLP, and Jenna Nassar, CCC-SLP
Is mealtime a struggle in your home? This presentation will briefly touch on appropriate feeding development, underlying causes for feeding issues, and addressing feeding battles with picky eaters in your home. Learn tips and techniques to present new foods to your picky eaters and make mealtimes fun again!
Date: April 8
Time: 7 p.m.
Speakers: Anne Kane, MD; Gina Jefferson, MD; and Lana Jackson, MD
Head and neck cancers, found in the larynx (voice box), throat, lips, mouth, nose, and salivary glands, account for over 110,000 new cancer cases in the United States every year. Find out what puts a person at risk, common symptoms and how to perform a self-exam.
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Recorded: March 11
Speaker: Thomas Eby, MD
The ability to stand, walk and move our head without problem is something we usually take for granted. However dizziness and loss of balance can make these everyday activities difficult or impossible. Join Thomas Eby, MD, to learn about different types of dizziness, what different doctors can do to help and especially what ENT doctors can do to test and treat people with dizziness.
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Date: Recorded February 11
Speaker: Jeffrey Carron, MD
When a child struggles to hear, it can affect speech and language development, the ability to learn, social and emotional growth, and school performance. Fortunately, there are many ways to help kids with hearing loss, whether it’s minor or a matter of great concern. In this seminar, pediatric ENT Jeffrey Carron, MD, will talk about available treatments to help kids learn, relate, and grow.