Philadelphia’s ONLY Triple Board certification in Otolaryngology, Sleep Apnea Surgery & Sleep Medicine
We Welcome The Arrival of Our New Doctor
We are committed to continually providing the highest level of ENT care to our community and, as such, are pleased to announce the addition of a superbly trained Otolaryngologist.
Meghan L. Brooking, D.O.
Dr. Brooking is a dual trained Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgeon and Facial Plastic Surgeon. She is trained in all aspects of general and pediatric otolaryngology including endoscopic sinus, otologic, head and neck, facial plastic surgery, and aesthetic non-surgical facial rejuvenation procedures.
- American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
- American Osteopathic Association
- American Osteopathic College of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
- Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association
Celebrating 38 years in practice
Moving Forward, Staying Current
BergerHenry ENT was founded on the notion that university-level ENT care should be readily available in the community setting.
To bring this vision to life, we rely on multiple, accessible office locations, smart application of technology as well as a team of talented board- certified physician/surgeons. Along with a caring support staff, we have the experience and expertise to make the right decisions and deliver the finest care in a warm and nurturing environment.
The integration of these elements allows us to offer a rewarding experience that saves our patients time and money, and also leads to better health outcomes and happier lives.
- Six Convenient Philadelphia Locations
- Advanced Patient Scheduling Option
- Patient Payment Portal
- Published Thought Leaders of Patient Medical Content
The Most Notable
that We Treat
Given the four season climate in Philadelphia, we are subject to a host of ENT conditions: colds, allergies, stuffed noses, ear infections, sinusitis, deviated septum, vertigo, TMJ, tonsillitis, and hearing loss. You name it and we’ve successfully treated it. However, there are a few ENT conditions that cause most of our patient visits.
Did you know that almost 80% of people have a deviation of their nasal septum due to genetics, injury or trauma? Symptoms can include breathing difficulty, sinus infections, facial pain, headaches, as well as snoring and sleep apnea.
If you suffer from chronic sinusitis, you know how it feels. You experience facial pain and pressure, headaches, nasal congestion, and feel as if you constantly have a cold. You don’t breathe or sleep well. Your sense of smell and taste may be compromised; you may feel depressed or more tired than usual.
Snoring and Sleep Apnea
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a serious sleep disorder that occurs when the airway completely or partially collapses repeatedly during sleep causing interrupted breathing patterns. Untreated, it can lead to daytime fatigue, lack of concentration, snoring, high blood pressure, stroke, and heart failure. We are the ONLY ENT group in Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley offering triple board-certification in Otolaryngology, Sleep Apnea Surgery and Sleep Medicine.
We Offer Six Convenient Locations in the Philadelphia Metro Area
Research & Publications
Every year flu season arrives in the fall and winter months and usually peaks in February. Physicians and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) always advise those at highest risk for the flu to have the flu vaccine. It’s not something to take lightly....read more
The recent wildfires in Woolsey and Camp Fire have Californians and the nation as a whole concerned not only for human life but also for the air that they are breathing. Those living near or in the paths of the fires were and are still breathing hazardous air. And, as...read more
Tinnitus, an ear condition most commonly described as a ringing in the ears, has come to the forefront lately due to the release of the movie A Star Is Born starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga. Cooper's character, Jackson Maine, is a country-rock musician in the...read more
Adenoids and tonsils bolster immunity to infection and disease in the upper respiratory system. They play an important role in the health of young children by protecting them against disease yet that very “germ-trapping” function sometimes causes them to become...read more