Wichita Ear Clinic is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art medical and surgical treatments for diseases of the ear and cranial base. Our physicians, Thomas C. Kryzer, M.D. , and
John M. Lasak, M.D., are fellowship-trained otologists, neurotologists and cranial-base surgeons. Our clinic treats all types of hearing loss, vestibular and balance disorders, otologic (ear) infections, tinnitus, facial nerve disorders, acoustic neuromas, and tumors of the ear and cranial base.
We take pride in providing accurate evaluations and effective treatments for all causes of hearing loss. Our staff of Kathy Kryzer M.A., speech language pathologist, and six audiologists –
– is trained to perform all of the diagnostic testing necessary to diagnose hearing loss in both adults and children. Audiologic testing includes pure-tone audiometry and speech-discrimination testing, play and behavioral audiometry to diagnose childhood hearing loss, and otoacoustic emissions (OAEs) and brainstem-evoked audiometry (ABR) to evaluate newborn hearing. The management options for those with hearing loss include medical, surgical and hearing aid rehabilitation. We additionally perform all the necessary audiologic testing to determine cochlear implant candidacy. Our neurotologists specialize in both pediatric and adult cochlear implantation, and implant mapping and programming is accomplished on-site at Wichita Ear Clinic.
Our physicians are skilled in performing stapedectomy and ossicular reconstruction to correct hearing loss related to problems with the ossicles (hearing bones). Our surgeons also perform reconstructive surgery (atresia repair) for children and adults with congenital underdevelopment of the ear and hearing structures. Additionally, among the most common of the services provided by our surgeons are the treatment of adults and children with cholesteatoma, chronic otitis media (chronic ear infections) and eardrum perforations.
We evaluate all forms of dizziness at the Wichita Ear Clinic. State-of-the-art vestibular and balance testing allows us to differentiate between inner-ear and central causes of dizziness and imbalance. Our audiology staff has expertise in performing electronystagmography (ENG), platform posturography (Equitest), Dix-Hallpike testing, and electrocochleography (ECOG) to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of inner ear vestibular and balance problems. Treatment is individualized and may include medication, vestibular rehabilitation or surgery. Our on-site vestibular rehabilitation program can successfully treat many disorders of the inner ear balance system including the canalith-repositioning maneuver (Epley maneuver) for benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV). We also provide state-of-the-art treatment for Meniere's disease including medical therapy, surgery and intratympanic gentamycin perfusion.
Tinnitus can be evaluated and diagnosed at the Wichita Ear Clinic. We offer coping techniques for tinnitus from hearing aids to tinnitus maskers for the alleviation of tinnitus.
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Wichita Ear Clinic
9350 E. Central Wichita, KS 67206-2555
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