Quezon Avenue Cor. Scout Magbanua St.
  Quezon City, Philippines, 1103
  (02) 372-3825 - 44
  [email protected]



2nd Floor, CMC V, Quezon Ave
corner Sct. Magbanua St., Quezon City
Trunkline: 372-3825 to 44 local 4254/4255


Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT)

The CMC Ear, Nose, and Throat Center was established in 1999 to serve as the first "on sitting - one setting" diagnostic unit of ear, nose and throat problems in a private hostpial. It has provided primary treatment of common ear, nose and throat ailments.

The Voice and Swallowing Clinic, the first of its kind, was set up to address the needs of a specific group of patients - voice professionals (teachers, preachers, singers) and dysphagic (e.g. post- "stroke") individuals. Staffed by trained otalyngologist and speech-language pathologists, it integrates phonomedicine and phonorehabilitation in a multidisciplinary and integrated fashion. The CMC Ear, nose and Throat Center is equipped with state-of-the-art technology for the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of disorders of the ear, nose and throat (ENT.)

  • Hearing Accuracy Tests
  • Eustachian Tube Function
  • Eardrum Visualization
  • Tumor Detection
  • Hearing Aid Dispensing
  • Nasal Obstruction
  • Speech Therapy
  • Botox
  • Voice Evaluation (Videostroboscopy)
  • Nose and nasopharynx Visualization (Rhionopharyngoscopy)
  • Larynx and Vocal Chords Visualization (Laryngoscopy and Swallowing Assessment
  • Voice and Swallowing Disorders Diagnosis, Treatment and Rehabilitation

Cochlear Implant
Hearing aids have helped countless hearing-impaired individuals regain some, if not most, of their auditory sense. however, hearing iads only work in hearing-impaired people who still have residual hearing. For children and adults with severe to profound hearing impairment, a cochlear implant may be the best option. A cochlear implant is an electronic device that restores partial hearing to the dead. It is surgically implanted in the inner ear and activated by a device worn outside the ear. unlike a hearing aid, a cochlear implant does not make a sound louder or cleaner. Instead, the device by passes damaged parts of the auditory system and directly stimulates the nerve of hearing, allowing individuals who are profoundly hearing impaired to receive sound.

Cochlear implants are proven effective in adults born with normal hearing and became deaf after acquiring spoken language (postlingually deaf), those born deaf (congenitally deaf) or became deaf before or around spoken language (prelingually deaf) up to the age of six years. Cochlear implantation at an early age, preferably before the age of four years, has important implications because this is the critical period when children learn speech and language skills.