Mukesh Prasad, M.D.

Otolaryngology

Mukesh Prasad, M.D.

Dr. Prasad graduated from Harvard College with honors. He received his medical degree from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Prasad completed his internship in General Surgery and Residency in Otorhinolaryngology at Columbia University. Dr. Prasad treats both adults and children. His clinical interests include the management of sinus disease, including advanced endoscopic sinus surgery, as well as the treatment of sleep apnea, and other ear, nose, throat, and head neck disorders.

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Having trained at premier institutions, Dr. Mukesh Prasad combines the utmost in expertise and care with a personal touch. He prides himself on being accessible to his patients and their families at all times. His focus on the individual needs of each patient evokes a return to the era of the trusted small-town family physician.

Dr. Prasad's distinctive approach is indicative of the quality of service and results you can expect from this dedicated and caring physician. He treats both children and adults.

The scope of his practice includes:

General Otolaryngology
>> Infections of ears, nose, throat, and skin
>> Snoring and obstructive sleep apnea

Rhinology
>> Allergic rhinitis
>> Nasal obstruction from a deviated nasal septum
>> Sinusitis with both medical therapy and the latest in endoscopic sinus surgical approaches

Pediatric Otolaryngology
>> Chronic infections of the tonsils and adenoids
>> Chronic ear infections necessitating myringotomy
>> Pediatric sinus disease

Laryngology and Swallowing Disorders
>> Vocal cord paralysis
>> Benign and malignant vocal cord lesions
>> Reflux management

Head and Neck Oncology
>> Benign and malignant tumors of the head and neck, including the salivary glands, skin, thyroid, oral cavity, and throat

Otology
>> Hearing loss and vertigo
>> Acute and chronic ear infections
>> Ear drum perforations
>> Cholesteotoma

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