Dr. Keith Lertsburapa, MD is a board-certified ear, nose and throat (ENT) doctor serving Chicago’s western suburbs, including Naperville, Joliet, Lombard, Elmhurst, Downers Grove, Hinsdale, Plainfield, Willowbrook, Westchester and Lisle. He particularly enjoys pediatric ENT thanks to extensive training and being a parent himself. Dr. Lertsburapa specializes in treating the full spectrum of otolaryngologic problems. For common conditions such as nasal congestion, allergies and sinusitis, he offers a variety of therapies, including balloon sinuplasty and other procedures to help improve breathing and prevent chronic sinus infections. Dr. Lertsburapa also treats a wide range of throat and neck problems, including voice disorders, snoring, laryngitis, swallowing problems and throat infections, and performs tonsil removal (tonsillectomy), neck and thyroid surgery, and vocal cord surgery. Hearing aid fittings and similar treatments can be performed in-office if you suffer from a hearing or ear problem such as hearing loss, dizziness (including but not limited to benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV)) or tinnitus (ringing in the ears). Dr. Lertsburapa values the patient-doctor relationship above all else; he believes that an otolaryngologist must listen carefully to each individual’s concerns in order to tailor an appropriate care plan for their needs.
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