Where is my doctor’s office of choice?
You find my ENT practice in the 4th district in the medical center “Medizin am Markt” directly at the Naschmarkt in Vienna. The center can be reached publicly via the U4 station Kettenbrückengasse.
You will find my ENT practice in the 17th district directly in the Göttlicher Heiland Hospital.
How much does a visit to my ENT practice cost?
Elected doctors are doctors without a health insurance contract. The patient initially pays for the services provided and can have a part of the costs reimbursed by their health insurance company.
Anamnesis, review and discussion of previous findings, ENT status including endoscopy of the nose, paranasal sinuses, nasopharynx and larynx, tympanometry, pure tone and speech audiogram
Follow-up checks, discussion after imaging, regular check-ups
Acute visit (e.g. pain, …)
Short-term appointments, rapid clarification and initiation of therapy for acute symptoms
Anamnesis, review and discussion of previous findings, ENT status including endoscopy of the nose, paranasal sinuses, nasopharynx and larynx and prick test
Anamnesis, review and discussion of previous findings, ENT status including endoscopy of the nose, paranasal sinuses, nasopharynx and larynx, tympanometry, pure tone and speech audiogram including vertigo clarification
Mother-Child-Passport (7th – 9th month)
Inspection of the ears, inspection of the nasal cavity and inspection of the mouth and throat including reflex audiometry
Newborn hearing test (OAE measurement)
Inspection of the ears, inspection of the nasal cavity and inspection of the mouth and throat including measurement of otoacoustic emissions (OAE)
After the treatment you will receive a fee note. If you wish, I can support you in submitting the fee note to your health insurance company! Payment can currently be made in cash or by card (Maestro, V PAY, Mastercard or VISA).
In normal cases, such as when you have a cold, a sore throat is annoying but not dangerous. If the symptoms do not subside significantly after 2-3 days, or are accompanied by a high fever and other symptoms, a visit to the ENT doctor is advisable. Chronic or recurring sore throats or difficulty swallowing should definitely be medically clarified!
If a swelling in the neck persists for more than 3 – 5 days, an assessment in an ENT practice is highly recommended.
Since the saliva produced by the submandibular gland is more viscous, this gland is most commonly affected by salivary stones.
In any case, an assessment by an ENT doctor is recommended in order to find out the cause of the obstructed nasal breathing and to be able to treat it specifically! A specialist in ear, nose and throat diseases should be consulted, especially if the symptoms persist for a long time.
In principle, a distinction is made between acute and chronic sinusitis (sinusitis).
Acute bacterial rhinosinusitis usually occurs as a superinfection from a viral infection of the upper respiratory tract. Illnesses are referred to as chronic sinusitis if they last longer than 12 weeks.
Therapeutically, the first attempt is always to alleviate the symptoms with conservative therapy methods. If this does not succeed, surgery is often the therapy method of choice for chronic sinusitis.
The most common causes of pain in the ears include ear canal infections and middle ear infections. Fluid behind the eardrum, the so-called tympanic effusion, can also cause earache.
As part of the ENT assessment, both ears are inspected with a microscope, the so-called ear microscopy.
The healing process is problem-free with professional treatment by an ENT doctor and heals without consequences.
Often, as a result of minor injuries caused by improper cleaning of the ears (e.g. ears should not be cleaned with cotton swabs), bacteria penetrate the skin, which then causes inflammation.
Generally, such an inflammation heals quickly with symptomatic (expectorant preparations, decongestant nose drops, pain-relieving medication) therapy. Only rarely is the administration of an antibiotic necessary.
In rare cases, however, the bacteria can spread from the middle ear to the inner ear. With such an otitis media, which is then described as toxic, damage to the inner ear can then occur. This may result in permanent hearing loss, dizziness or tinnitus.
Jaw joint misalignments, cervical spine problems and acute or chronic middle ear infections can also be the cause of ringing in the ears. Tinnitus can also develop as part of dizziness, such as Menière’s disease or Lyme disease. In a number of patients, however, neither a cause nor a trigger can be identified.
Therapy varies from case to case. Unfortunately, there are no medications that eliminate long-standing tinnitus.