Pediatric Airway, Voice, and Swallowing Center
In the Pediatric Airway, Voice, and Swallowing Center, we provide care for pediatric patients with congenital and/or acquired disorders of the aero-digestive tract that may affect their ability to eat, breathe, or speak. These disorders can include, but are not limited to, chronic cough, recurrent croup, feeding difficulties, sleep disorders, and breathing difficulties.
The causes of these disorders may be straightforward, but often require expertise from several specialties, including pediatric otolaryngology, gastroenterology, and pulmonology.
Our Center is a multidisciplinary collaboration between Mass. Eye and Ear and the Mass General Hospital for Children, offering enhanced care to children by allowing them to see several specialists during one visit.
We are here to help your child eat, breathe, and speak better. Make an appointment with us by calling our office at 617-573-3190 or requesting one online.
We treat the full spectrum of airway, voice, and swallowing troubles. Learn more »
We offer many diagnostic tests and procedures to determine the root cause of your child's symptoms. Learn more »
We offer a variety of interventions to help your child speak, breathe, and eat better. Learn more »
We aim to make airway reconstructive surgery and post-operative care available to children across the globe. Learn more »
We are located on the second floor of Mass. Eye and Ear. Please bring a list of medications and any relevant medical records with you to your first visit.