Meet the ENT and Audiology Care Team

The pediatric ear, nose and throat (ENT) physicians and audiologists with Norton Children’s offer care for children and teens. Our ENT physicians are board-certified specialists in the medical and surgical treatment of ear, nose, throat, head and neck conditions in children, including ear tube surgery for children. We also offer audiology services. Audiologists are available to provide care and education for children and families related to hearing testing, hearing loss and balance disorders.

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Hearing loss from an ear infection is almost always temporary — What parents need to know

An ear infection can cause hearing loss in a child, but the symptom is usually temporary and can last a few weeks or more even after the infection clears. The infection causes fluid to build […]

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What to do about a toddler coughing at night

Qué hacer con un niño pequeño que tose por la noche A toddler coughs when lying down? Maybe didn’t cough at all during the day, or not cough much, but started coughing at night? The […]

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4 questions to ask about ear infections

My son had his first ear infection when he was 8 months old. We were on vacation in Florida, his first beach vacation, when he spiked a fever of 104. Prior to this, he hadn’t […]

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Dry cough in kids and other coughs explained

Spanish version: https://nortonchildrens.com/news/explicacion-de-la-tos-seca-en-ninos-y-otras-toses/ A kid’s cough can be a sign of a simple cold or something more serious that needs medical attention. Here are six types of coughs, including dry coughs in kids, and how […]

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Swimmer’s ear vs. ear infection and how to spot the difference

Understanding swimmer’s ear vs. ear infection differences and how to recognize them can be difficult. Ear pain and infections are common and a host of reasons can be the cause. Here’s how to handle them. […]

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Hearing loss from an ear infection is almost always temporary — What parents need to know

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Spanish version: https://nortonchildrens.com/news/explicacion-de-la-tos-seca-en-ninos-y-otras-toses/ A kid’s cough can be a sign of a simple cold or something more serious that needs medical attention. Here are six types of coughs, including dry coughs in kids, and how […]

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