Jenna Berryhill credits her very first patient to turning her interest to ENT. While a NICU nurse by day and nurse practitioner student by night, she served as the primary nurse to Richie, an inpatient with a tracheostomy. She cared for him from infancy until he was discharged 13 months later, while building a deep […]
PA Julia Schrof brings an adventurous spirit to new role
Julia Schrof, PA, doesn’t shy away from adventure. In fact, she recently rented a van with her fiancé to live and travel throughout Washington and Oregon for a month. They started in Seattle and drove down the coast, exploring Mount Rainer, North Cascades and Olympic national parks. Altogether, they hiked 115 miles and drove about […]
Did your baby fail her first hearing test?
Hear this: Hearing loss is the most common sensory disability in newborns. Roughly 2 to 3 in 1,000 infants in this country are born with a detectable level of hearing loss in one or both ears, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. That’s why every state, including Ohio, has an Early […]
Dr. Anton Milo answers your questions on ear tube surgery
What happens when ear tubes fall out or move? When should they fall out? What if there’s mucus, blood or other drainage and leakage issues?
New PA Amy Seymore is eager to give it her all
Amy Seymore is a firm believer that self-care is fundamental to maintaining balance and mental clarity as a provider. That’s why she makes time for herself weekly, if not daily, whether that’s getting an extra hour of sleep, going for a walk, spending time with family and friends, or getting a massage. It’s that little […]
Kids’ language development shouldn’t suffer in a mask-wearing world
Whether your child has hearing loss, has a diagnosed speech disorder or is a baby at the critical stage for language development, you may wonder how a world full of people wearing masks could impact his or her development. Think about how much a baby inching toward a hot oven reads “fear” on her mother’s […]