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(859) 278-0494 
2101 Nicholasville Road, Suite 103  
Lexington, KY 40503  
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Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. • Closed Saturday and Sunday

General Otolaryngology Treatments

Don't let disorders or diseases of the ear, nose, or throat prevent you from enjoying quality living. Instead, come to William M. Parell, MD, PSC in Lexington, Kentucky, for otolaryngology treatments.

Otolaryngology

Welcome to William M. Parell, MD, PSC, an otolaryngologist clinic with locations in Lexington, Versailles, and Winchester, Kentucky. An otolaryngologist specializes in the complex biological network that links the ear, nose, and throat.

Otolaryngologists, commonly referred to as ear, nose and throat physicians, are trained in the medical and surgical management and treatment of patients with diseases and disorders of the ear, nose, throat, and related structures of the head and neck. Our physician treats a wide spectrum of patients from infancy to adulthood.

Treatment & Management

We use the latest treatments and technology to ensure the highest quality of care for all of our patients. In fact, our practice can provide treatment, management and surgical correction of otolaryngological illnesses, as well as state-of-the-art hearing testing and hearing aid sales and service. William M. Parell, MD, PSC has the training and expertise to observe and diagnose ear disorders, such as:

• Ear Pain
• Ear Diseases
• Ear Cancers
• Hearing Loss
• Hearing Aids
• Balance Problems
• Ear Deformities
  

Testing & Sales

Hearing problems are common. Our practice can provide treatment and surgical correction of otolaryngological illnesses, as well as state-of-the-art hearing testing and hearing aid sales and service.

Nose & Sinus

An otolaryngologist specializes in the complex biological network of the nose and sinus. William M. Parell, MD, PSC has the expertise and training to observe and diagnose your nose and sinus ailments with care and skill. Some of the most common conditions treated are:

• Nasal Obstruction • Sinus Diseases • Cosmetic Nasal Surgery

 

At William M. Parell, MD, our otolaryngologist uses the latest available technologies to study your nose. This gives him the knowledge needed to analyze symptoms, prescribe solutions, and let the healing process begin.

 

Throat

Every day activities, such as eating and communicating, involve this vital area. William M. Parell, MD, PSC is an otolaryngologist that specializes in the complex biological network that links the ear, nose, and throat. William M. Parell has the training and expertise to observe and diagnose throat disorders such as:

Ear with Hearing Aid - Otolaryngology Treatments

Checking Ear - Otolaryngology Treatments

Woman Blowing Nose - Otolaryngology Treatments
• Tonsil and Adenoids • Airway • Reflux • Voice and Swallowing Disorders

 

Pediatrics

William M. Parell, MD, and his staff very much enjoy working with children. His office offers a comfortable and fun atmosphere for kids of all ages.

Pediatric Otolaryngology focuses on diseases in children with special Ear, Nose and Throat disorders including:

• Ear infection
• Mouth breathing
• Tonsils and adenoids infections
• Hearing loss
• Airway obstruction
• Nosebleeds
• Snoring
• Recurrent sinus infection


Head and Neck

Specializing in head and neck conditions, we have established ourselves as a leading head and neck specialist in Lexington, Versailles and Winchester, KY through years of dedicated service and medical care.

With an arsenal of state-of-the-art technology and an expert multi-disciplinary medical staff, we are uniquely positioned to offer comprehensive evaluations and prescriptions for head and neck ailments including:

• Pain • Salivary glands • Tumors and other masses • Skin cancers

Sleep Disorders

Sleep apnea comes in two forms. The most common form is obstructive sleep apnea, which occurs when your windpipe is blocked while sleeping. The blockage can be from your uvula, tonsils, tongue, throat tissue, or even by the muscles in your throat.

A more rare form of sleep apnea is caused by a disruption of your central nervous system – the signals from your brain that control your breathing don't reach the appropriate places.

Regardless of which type of sleep apnea you have, what happens is that you stop breathing for 10 to 30 seconds, several times a night while you sleep. This causes you to wake up – which disrupts your sleep, and prevents you from getting the quality deep sleep your body needs to function at its best.

While you cannot die directly from sleep apnea, it can cause heart disease and strokes. Dr. Parell can diagnose sleep apnea, and refer you for treatment. Several types of treatments are available to help open your airway while sleeping.

 

Treating You

Our practice can provide treatment and surgical correction of otolaryngological illnesses. Contact one of our offices to find out otolaryngology treatments are right for you.

Links:
American Academy of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery

American Medical Association

Kentucky Medical Association

American College of Surgeons

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery


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Contact the practice to treat your ear, nose, and throat problems with our otolaryngology treatments.