Welcome to BergerHenry ENT

For over 30 years, Berger Henry ENT Specialty Group has provided an extensive array of individualized ear, nose, and throat treatments to patients in the metro Philadelphia area.

We are Board Certified Otolaryngologists and attending surgeons at Abington Surgical Center, Blue Bell Surgical Center, Chestnut Hill, Einstein Medical Center Montgomery, Mercy Suburban, and Roxborough Memorial Hospitals.

UNPARALLELED EXPERIENCE, EXPERTISE, AND SERVICE IN THE FIELD OF ADVANCED ENT CARE.

ENT Topic of the Month Snoring and Sleep Apnea

ENT Topic of the Month

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) occurs when the airway completely or partially collapses repeatedly during sleep. The majority of affected patients are often not aware that these awakenings occur during sleep.

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Donald M. Sesso, D.O.

Sleep Specialist

Donald M. Sesso, D.O., Philadelphia's snoring doctor, is one of the foremost experts in the field of sleep apnea and is one of only six surgeons in the United States of America to hold triple board certification in Otolaryngology.

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Pennsylvania Snoring and Sleep Institute

PA. Snoring & Sleep Institute

The only multi-specialty research and clinical institute for snoring and sleep apnea. Don Sesso, D.O., Philadelphia’s “Sleep Doc,” is 1 of 6 US surgeons triple certified in Otolaryngology, Sleep Apnea Surgery and Sleep Medicine.

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WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING TO MY FIRST APPOINTMENT?

Prior to your arrival for your first appointment and for your convenience, please download and complete the Patient Information & Medical History Form as well as the Patient Information Release Form.

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DO YOU ACCEPT ALL MAJOR HEALTH INSURANCE PLANS?

Yes, we accept all local and major health plans. Insurance co- payment is expected at the time of service. We accept Visa®, MasterCard®, Check, Cash, and CareCredit®.

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Please call us: (610) 279-7878

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IS SNORING A PROBLEM?

Snoring can be very serious if it is associated with sleep apnea (breathing stoppage). Snoring can lead to high blood pressure, heart failure or stroke. Loud snoring may be disruptive to someone else's sleep, as well.

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Don Shula Hospitalized Due to Complications Associated with Sleep Apnea (OSA)

Pro Football Hall of Famer, Don Shula, has been hospitalized recently due to complications associated with sleep apnea (OSA). …

Child Snoring May Be A Sign of Sleep Apnea

We mostly pay attention to adults who snore and have sleep apnea but little is written about children who snore or have sleep …

Allergies Not as Bad this Year? Here’s Why.

This spring, on the eastern coast of the United States, we have not witnessed tree pollen spikes as we have in prior years. …