Ear, Nose, and Throat Doctor Libertyville, IL

Our Otolaryngologist - Head and Neck surgeons are prepared to treat a full array of medical and surgical problems relating to the ear, nose, throat head and neck region. In addition, our Audiologists are available to assist with problems related to hearing loss dizziness and tinnitus (ringing in the ears). You can learn more about our services by reading this section of our website. Below you will have access to some of the disorders we treat. 

Some Disorders Commonly Treated :

What Sets Us Apart

Dr. Angelique Cohen practices the full specialty of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery for both pediatric and adult patients. However, she has a special interest in endocrine head and neck surgery, which includes the surgical treatment for diseases of the thyroid and parathyroid glands. Her experience allows for use of the standard historical surgical approach intertwined with advanced modalities in achieving excellent outcomes for her patients. By employing the use of small incisions, minimal access surgery, rapid PTH (intraoperative parathyroid hormone levels), gamma probe and nerve monitoring where appropriate in selected cases, she is able to choose the best technique for each particular patient. She is able to offer a modern approach with a strong background of knowledge and experience.

 

 

Dizziness

The inner ear serves two purposes: hearing and balance. There are mechanisms in the ear that inform the brain about your position, orientation in space and movement and all times to keep you in balance. A false sensation of spinning or whirling, known as vertigo, can occur when the signal to the brain is blocked or misfires. Read More »

 

 

Ear Infection

The ear is made up of three sections: the outer ear, middle ear and inner ear. Each of these areas is susceptible to infections, which can be painful. Young children have a greater tendency to get earaches. While most ear pain resolves itself in a matter of days, you should get a physical examination to understand the type of infection, prevent it from spreading and obtain treatment to help alleviate the pain. Read More »
 

 

Hearing Loss

Hearing loss has a lot of different causes and manifestations. It can be sudden or gradual. It can occur in one ear or both ears. It can be temporary or permanent. It happens to people of all ages and is associated with the aging process. Before discussing causes and treatments for hearing loss, it is important to understand how hearing works. Read More »

 

 

Mouth Sores

There are a variety of sores that can occur in or around the mouth. Most are benign, but some may be indicative of cancer.Read More »

 

 

 

Breathing Problems

The nose serves three primary functions: to warm, humidify and filter air as it passes into the body. Breathing problems may impact one or multiple of these functions. Breathing problems can be temporary or chronic, mild or severe, but they usually increase with age. Read More »

 

 

Snoring/Sleep Apnea

Snoring is a noise produced during sleep that originates in the back of the throat or nose. Snoring occurs when the muscles in the back of the mouth, tongue and throat relax while sleeping, which narrows or blocks the airway. Breathing causes your uvula (soft palate) to vibrate and knock against the back of the throat, resulting in the snoring sound. Read More »

 

 

Sore Throat

Everyone experiences sore throats when they have a cold or flu. But there are other reasons for sore throats that may be symptomatic of more serious problems.Read More »


 

 

Head and Neck Cancers

Most head and neck cancers are relatively preventable since they are highly correlated with tobacco use and alcohol consumption. They are also generally curable if caught early. Symptoms to watch out for include pain swallowing, trouble breathing, ear pain, a lump in the neck that lasts longer than two weeks, a growth in the mouth and bleeding from the mouth, nose or throat.Read More »

 

Oral Cancers

 

Oral Cancers

Oral cancers appear as red or white patches of mouth tissue or small ulcers that look like a canker sores, but are painless. Oral cancers usually form on the tongue or floor of the mouth, but can occur on any tissue in and around the mouth.Read More »