Address: 3 Stonecrest Dr Huntington, WV 25701 View Map
Phone: 304 522-6388
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About Us

Welcome to Tri-State Otolaryngology.

At Tri-State Otolaryngology, we pride ourselves on being more than “E.N.T.” or ear-nose-throat doctors.  Rather, we are a highly qualified group of certified physicians and surgeons dedicated to totally integrated diagnosis and treatment.  Our practice encompasses a wide variety of disorders. To the practice, we bring not only state of the art skills, diagnostics equipment, and treatment facilities, but a commitment to quality understanding and care into each patient we treat.

The Ears, Nose, Throat and related head and neck structure are highly integrated parts of the human body.  Each is closely connected and very dependant on the other.   For example, sinus disease and tumors of the upper throat can cause hearing loss; or a cancer of the lower throat or voice box can cause ear pain. In diagnosis and treatment of any ear, nose or throat disorder, “looking at the whole picture” must always be prime consideration.  Because this close relationship between the ear, nose and throat is recognized, our team is resident trained and Board Certified in the following five areas:

  • General Otolaryngology
  • Otology
  • Facial Plastic Surgery
  • Head and Neck Surgery
  • Pediatric Otolaryngology

At Tri-State Otolaryngology, we pride ourselves on being more than E.N.T. or ear-nose-throat doctors.  Rather, we are a highly qualified group of certified physicians and surgeons dedicated to totally integrated diagnosis and treatment.  Our practice encompasses a wide variety of disorders. To the practice, we bring not only state of the art skills, diagnostics equipment, and treatment facilities, but a commitment to quality understanding and care into each patient we treat.

Tri-State Otolaryngology, Inc. FAQ

Why is it important to visit an E.N.T. specialist at Tri-State Otolaryngology if you think you need a hearing aid?
There are several reasons a patient may experience hearing loss, and some of those reasons are medical and do not require a hearing aid.

What types of medical reasons could cause hearing loss?
Dr. will answer

What is a certified audiologist and why is it important to see one if a hearing aid is needed?
A certified audiologist is a trained professional with at least a master's degree specializing in hearing loss who is able to measure and diagnose hearing loss as well as fit hearing aids. Tri-State Otolaryngology has 3 certified audiologists who are great resources is selecting the type of hearing aid a patient needs.

Can a patient buy their hearing aids from Tri-State Otolaryngology?
Absolutely. Tri-State Otolaryngology carries the top of line hearing aids on the market (use prop) and the best news is we sell them a very competitive prices.

Is Tri-State Otolaryngology accepting new patients and how can you be reached?
We are always accepting new patients and our office can be reached at (304)522-6388.

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Our Pledge To You

The dedication and commitment we bring to our practice has definite personal overtones.  Like our patients, the tri-state area of West Virginia, eastern Kentucky and southern Ohio has also been our home for a number of years, and it will continue to be.  To these people, both patients and friends, we offer a simple pledge…

To make accessible the finest medical resources and the most experienced practitioners in the field of Otolaryngology… and to accompany the expertise with the utmost personal interest and concern.

If we can assist you in any way please feel free to contact us: 304-522-6388