Otolaryngology & Audiology (Ears, Nose & Throat)

Our Otolaryngologists (ENT Doctors) specialize in the medical and surgical treatment of adults and children of all ages with diseases involving the head and neck. Problems which are commonly treated include rhinitis (runny nose), recurrent infections of the nose and sinuses, snoring, sleep apnea, voice disorders, thyroid and parathyroid diseases, hearing loss, perforated eardrum, chronic ear disease, cholesteatoma, otosclerosis, Meniere’s disease, vestibular disorders, and breathing disorders related to the nose or throat. We also remove lesions and moles from the neck up and offer cochlear implants to qualifying adults with significant or full hearing loss.


Our Audiologists diagnose and treat hearing and balance problems. They are trained to diagnose, manage and treat hearing or balance problems for individuals from birth through adulthood. Audiologists also fit and dispense hearing aids.

Speech Language Pathologists

Our Speech Language Pathologist diagnoses and treats disorders of speech, language, voice and swallowing in a variety of settings for both children and adults. Speech language pathologists and otolaryngologists work together to diagnose and treat voice and swallowing disorders. One method involves the use of videostroboscopy, a specialized diagnostic procedure used to assess the structure and function of the larynx. With the use of a camera/scope and video recording system, the Speech Pathologist works in conjunction with the Otolaryngologist to properly assess and treat voice/throat problems.

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Our Ears, Nose & Throat (ENT) doctors are conveniently located in Exeter and Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

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“With Alex and Dr. Peck, I felt like a person. They genuinely cared about my concerns. Any time I had a question, they would answer honestly and truthfully” Kim Lizak

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