Southern Vermont Ear, Nose & Throat Associates


Dr. William Wood and his staff welcome you to Southern Vermont Ear, Nose & Throat Associates.  Southern Vermont ENT was established in September 2012 under the Brattleboro Memorial Hospital Physician Group.

Dr. Wood specializes in allergies as well as the treatment of diseases and disorders of the ear, nose, throat and related structures of the head and neck including pediatric otolaryngology.

Together with his staff they are committed to providing the best possible care for patients in all aspects of otolaryngology and share the goal of making your visit a relaxed and comfortable one.

 

 Allergies

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If you have hay fever symptoms, you may have allergies to airborne, environmental triggers. Hay fever symptoms include sneezing, itchy eyes, and a clear runny nose. These environmental allergies can be from seasonal sources, like tree pollen in the spring, grass pollen in the summer, and mold in the fall, or from year-round (“perennial”) sources, like dust and cat or dog dander.  Continue

 

 



Airborne Allergies Don’t Fly South for the Winter

By William Wood, MD This time of year can be tough on allergy sufferers, believe it or not. Some people experience the same hay fever symptoms during the winter that others might feel during warmer months, and sometimes these symptoms are just as severe. Hay fever symptoms occur when the immune syst...  View Details »

Tonsil & Adenoid Surgery, and Why Sleep Apnea Matters in Kids

By William Wood, MD The most common reason for a child’s family to consider tonsil & adenoid surgery is obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) published a guideline in 2002 stating that tonsil and adenoid surgery “is the first line of treatment for most child...  View Details »

Is your headache sinus or migraine? Answer 3 questions…

What are sinus headaches? They are almost always migraine headaches. The United States is the only country in the world where patients get “sinus headaches.” That’s because such headaches are almost always not actually related to the sinuses. These headaches are usually migraine headaches, whi...  View Details »

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