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  • Welcome To The ENT Allergy Offices of Steven Peskind, MD

    Ear, Nose, Throat and Allergy Specialist

    Welcome to my practice. It is a privilege for my staff and I to provide your health care services. We will provide you the best possible care as we partner together in managing you and your family’s health concerns. I treat common disorders related to the ear, nose and throat for all ages, from infants to seniors. We have created our office with the comfort of all age groups in mind.

    Recipient of…

    Texas Monthly Super Doctors AwardD Magazine Best Doctors AwardsDr. Steven Peskind Readers' Choice winner

    Our Goals:
    To meet the needs of patients and their families by partnering with them in their treatment plan.
    To respect the uniqueness of the individual and their health care concerns.
    To restore the health and wholeness of the patient, whether through education, counseling, medication, surgery or a combination of treatments.

    Age Groups Treated:
    Infants, children, teenagers, adults, seniors

    Some Of Our Practice Interests:

    To Clean Or Not To Clean Earwax

    Dr. Steven Peskind - Ear Infection

    Earwax build-up is one of the most common conditions I see on a daily basis. This article from the Wall Street Journal gives an excellent overview of the “Good, Bad…. ( I would add) …the Pain and Hearing loss “ which can result from self–care wax cleaning techniques. I typically clean ears using my microscope […]

    What Does An Otolaryngologist Do?

    Steven Peskind MD

    Otolaryngology (pronounced oh/toe/lair / in/goll/oh / jee) is the earliest medical specialized area in the United States. Otolaryngologists are doctors trained in the surgical as well as medical management and treatment of clients with illness and conditions of the ear, nose, throat (ENT), and allergies. They are typically referred to as ENT physicians. Their unique […]

    Links Between Hearing Loss And Dementia

    The New York Times Logo

    Within this New York Times article, published February 11th, 2013, it summarizes some of the latest research exploring the correlation between hearing loss and dementia. It makes sense to me, that while not definitely proven, that anything we can do to stimulate our brains through improved hearing can only help our cognitive function and social […]