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Recurrent ear infection, swimmers ear and hearing loss are all effectively treated in our office.
Persistent or recurrent sinus infections can be debilitating. Chronic mouth breathing and snoring can be signs of a more serious condition.
Nightly snoring can be a sign of obstructive sleep apnea. Severe sleep apnea can cause damage to the heart and lungs.
Welcome to Park Avenue ENT and the medical practice of Dr Jacqueline Jones. As an Otolaryngologist my practices specializes in the care of children and adults with diseases of the ear, nose and throat.
Our office is staffed with an amazing team of caring individuals who will provide you with the highest level of service during your visit. Our team of experienced professionals is eager to help you and your family on your path to good health.
Dr. Jones has been the recipient of several distinguished awards, including Castle and Connelly "Best Doctors in New York" for over 15 years, and "Best Doctors in the United States" for over 10 Years. In addition, Dr. Jones has received the Patient Satisfaction Award, the Top 100 Black Doctors in the United States award, the Talk of the Town Award, Yelp Patient Satisfaction Award, the Teacher of the Year Award from Weill Cornel Medical Center, and has been named on the "Who's Who in America" list.
There are several types of "ear infections". However, routinely an ear infection usually refers to Otitis Media, a bacterial infection of the middle ear. In the case of Otitis Media, the middle ear fills up with infected fluid (pus). This can cause pain, fever, irritability in children and a temporary hearing loss. Learn More.
A child's Eustachian tube does not function as well as an adult's tube for a variety of reasons, the most important being that a child has a straighter Eustachian Tube than an adult so it does not drain as well. Learn More.
If a child is having recurrent bacterial or incapacitating viral infections then a doctor may recommend a tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy. This is the removal of the tonsils and adenoids (the adenoids generally get infected along with the tonsils). Learn More.
Sinusitis refers to an infection in the nose. Sinusitis means a bacterial infection and in most cases requires antibiotics. The symptoms of sinusitis are discolored nasal drainage that lasts for over 10 days and is not improving. Learn More.
Sinusitis is most commonly treated with antibiotics. The duration and type of antibiotics used depends on the severity of the infection and how long it has been present. Learn More.
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