Mount Sinai Health System

Hearing Loss: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Hearing loss is the third most common adverse physical condition after arthritis and heart disease. It affects people of all ages, usually gradual but can be sudden depending on the cause. Hearing loss is often an invisible condition; one cannot easily identify those who suffer from it, and those who are affected often exhibit aloofness, confusion, or behavior changes. The good news is that 95% of people with hearing loss can be treated.  If you are concerned about your, and/or your loved one’s hearing condition, join Harry Pantelides, MD, our Otolaryngologist, for this very informative lecture.  

Friday, October 20 at 11:00am

Omonia Cafέ 32-20 Broadway, Astoria, N.Y. 11106

Event Type

Health & Wellness

Audience

Community

Campus

Mount Sinai Queens

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Presenter(s)

Harry Pantelides, MD, attending physician at Mount Sinai Doctors, Queens and Assistant Professor, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Dr. Pantelides is an experienced patient-centered ear, nose, and throat doctor. Dr. Pantelides is multi-lingual, speaking English, Spanish, and Greek fluently. He specializes in all aspects of adult and pediatric otolaryngology and head and neck surgery. His clinical interests are in minimally-invasive endoscopic sinus surgery, in-office balloon sinusplasty, thyroid and parathyroid surgery, voice and laryngeal disorders, acute and chronic hearing disorders, hearing and balance disorders, adult and pediatric sleep surgery, and salivary gland disorders.

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