Watch faculty members from the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery provide patient information on their areas of expertise:
Putting Sleep Apnea and Depression to Rest
Otolaryngologist and certified sleep medicine expert, Dr. Stacey Ishman, discusses the connection between obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and depression, and treatments that address sleep issues and depression.
Ethnic Sensitive Facial Rejuvenation and Rhinoplasty
Skin care and cosmetic concerns differ among ethnic groups. At this educational seminar, facial plastic surgoen, Dr. Kofi Boahene, discusses the effects of aging on the skin and
presents specific surgical and non-surgical options to keep your skin youthful and healthy while being sensitive to one’s unique features. Learn more about the ethnic facial plastic surgery services provided by Dr. Boahene.
Facial plastic surgeon, Lisa Ishii, M.D., from the Johns Hopkins Center for Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, talks about the causes of hair loss and surgical and non-surgical treatment options for hair restoration for both men and women.
“My Sleep Apnea Made Me Do It”: How Sleep Apnea Can Impact Your Child’s Behavior
Sleep apnea not only robs children of sleep, but can leave them irritable, hyperactive or aggressive. Watch pediatric otolaryngologist, Stacey Ishman, M.D., discuss the diagnosis and surgical and non surgical options for the treatment of pediatric sleep apnea during this recorded online semiar.
Watch a recorded online seminar with Sara Pai, MD, PhD as she talks about human papillomavirus (HPV) and its connection to head and neck cancers in men and women. She discusses new research studies that detail the growing trend of these cancers, as well as the tailored treatments being developed for these cancers.
Watch a recorded online seminar with pediatric otolaryngologist Emily Boss, M.D., who discussed basic pediatric ENT issues including children's snoring and sleep apnea, ear infections and hearing loss, sinusitis, neck masses, and stridor/airway problems, as well as when your child should see a pediatric ENT specialist.
Keeping Your Voice Healthy
View Lee M. Akst, M.D., Assistant Professor, Director of Johns Hopkins Voice Center and Heather Starmer, M.A., CCC-SLP, Speech Language Pathologist, give a presentation on how to keep your voice healthy.
Watch Lisa Ishii, M.D., talk about hair loss and treatment options for men and women.
View Stacey L. Ishman, M.D., talk about sleep apnea, signs and symptoms and what can be done to treat it.
Watch Murray Ramanathan, M.D., discuss treatment options that will help people who suffer from sinus issues breathe easier and feel better.
Nasal and sinus problems are among the most common health conditions in the United States, affecting between 30 and 40 million people each year. Watch Sandra Lin, M.D., speak about ways that people with sinus and allergy problems can gain relief.
About Hearing Loss: A Video Series
Produced by the Hearing Loss Association of America and features John Niparko, M.D.