Celebrating 39 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
How to Use a Sinus Rinse
If you have a virus or are suffering an allergic reaction, sinuses can get clogged. A nasal rinse unclogs them by washing away mucus, allergens, and other debris preventing further bacteria growth. A sinus rinse is easy to use but learn to properly perform the rinse to avoid further bacteria growth and a sinus infection.
Common ENT Conditions &
Given the four season climate in Philadelphia, our ENT doctors continually treat conditions such as colds, allergies, stuffed noses, and ear infections. Our most common conditions and procedures, however, arise from complaints of sinusitis, deviated septum, and snoring and sleep apnea, as well as demands for non-surgical, facial skin rejuvenation.
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 doctors in Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley offering triple board-certification in Otolaryngology, Sleep Apnea Surgery and Sleep Medicine.
Non-surgical facial rejuvenation improves the look and feel of your face and neck with little to no downtime. Minimal bruising or swelling gets you back to your daily routine immediately. Performed in the comfort of our offices at the BergerHenry ENT Facial Rejuvenation Center.
We Offer Six Convenient Locations in Suburban Philadelphia
Research & Publications
Vocal cord paralysis is exactly as it sounds – or rather, it would be if affected patients could speak properly. The vocal cords, also known as vocal folds, are a matched pair of muscles located in the throat within a section appropriately named ‘the voice box’ (or...
Nosebleeds, or epistaxis for those who want to be fancy, are a common occurrence, affecting 60% of Americans at some point in their lives. Though it can be an alarming sight, the vast majority of nosebleed cases are spontaneous and self-resolving and a little blood...
An estimated 22 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea with a large proportion of these going dangerously undiagnosed. Diseases associated with sleep apnea are diabetes, cardiovascular disease and stroke, even mental illness and death. The premise has long been...
Well, that sounds a little gunky. Glue ear, also known as otitis media with effusion or secretory otitis media, is a middle ear condition that affects about 80% of kids under ten years of age at least once during their single-digit years, with peak occurrences at 2...