5900 Six Forks Road, Suite 200
Raleigh, NC 27609
Phone: 919-876-4327
Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:30am to 5:00pm
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About Carolina Ear & Hearing

Founded in 1993, the Carolina Ear and Hearing Clinic is a private medical/surgical practice specializing in the diseases of the ear in adults and children. Our nationally and internationally recognized physicians and staff are committed to providing the highest quality of otologic and audiologic care. Our fellowship trained physicians are Board Certified in both Otolaryngology and Neurotology focusing on the diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss, balance, and facial nerve disorders, chronic ear infections, and acoustic neuromas.

Our Philosophy

Our goal at the Carolina Ear & Hearing Clinic, PC is to provide you with the best service possible. We realize that it is a privilege to be asked to help with your medical needs. We strive to gain your trust and confidence in the services we provide. We will do our best to provide you an accurate and current diagnosis of your condition. We believe that every patient deserves a thorough understanding of their diagnosis and the recommended treatment plan. We are committed to taking the time to listen to our patients' symptoms, answer their questions, explain diagnostic tests, the results of those tests, and treatment recommendations.

Our Mission

The Carolina Ear & Hearing Clinic, PC is committed not only to providing otologic and audiologic care consistent with the highest standards, but also to being leaders in the field nationally and internationally.


inner ear anatomyOtology/Neurotology is a subspecialty of Otolaryngology (ear, nose, and throat) dedicated to the diagnosis and medical or surgical management of disorders involving the ear and its related skull base structures, as well as certain areas of the central nervous system. It is a highly specialized area requiring at least 5 years of Otolaryngology residency training after medical school as well as additional formal fellowship training in Otology and Neurotology.

Our practice specializes in treating Conductive hearing loss:
tympanic membrane perforations, cholesteatomas, ossicular chain reconstruction, and laser stapes surgery.

Sensorineural hearing loss:
implantable hearing aids, cochlear implants, and auditory brainstem implants.

Balance disorders:
Meniere's disease

Neurotologic/skull base surgery:
acoustic neuromas, meningiomas, glomus tumors, trigeminal neuralgia, and facial nerve dysfunction (hemifacial spasm and facial palsy).

Adult and pediatric patients.

Carolina Ear Research Institute

innter ear anatomy modelThe CME mission of the Carolina Ear Research Institute is to educate Otolaryngologists, Primary Care Physicians, Neurotologists, and Neurosurgeons in the areas of hearing health, chronic ear disease, vestibular dysfunction, Cochlear implants, hearing aids, facial nerve dysfunction, and otolaryngology. The CME committee is charged with the responsibility of organizing educational activities to meet the objectives derived from the needs of our target audience. Activities will include, but not be limited to hands-on temporal bone surgical dissection courses, journal club roundtable discussions, and didactic symposiums. The goal of our activities is to provide a forum for physicians to continue and enhance their medical education. The Carolina Ear Research Institute is committed to improving services provided by the medical community in areas of hearing health, chronic ear disease, vestibular dysfunction, Cochlear implants, hearing aids, facial nerve injury, and otolaryngology. Our educational mission is to meet the needs of Otolaryngologists, Primary Care Physicians, Neurotologists and Neurosurgeons thus equipping them to better serve and provide for their patients.