Kylie Dyer

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Meet the Organ

2019-02-06T10:55:36+10:30

Can we talk without a tongue? Why can only some people roll their tongue? What is a geographical tongue? David Bevan from ABC Mornings radio recently spoke with our very own Associate Professor Eng Ooi to try to answer these questions and more on Meet the Organ. http://www.abc.net.au/radio/adelaide/programs/mornings/meet-the-organ–tongue/9811436

Meet the Organ2019-02-06T10:55:36+10:30

Free oral cancer screening

2019-02-06T12:05:13+10:30

A/Prof Eng Ooi, Tracey Nicholls and the ENT surgery team provided free oral cancer screening and a video about Head and Neck Cancer to raise awareness on World Head and Neck Cancer Day July 27 , 2017.

Free oral cancer screening2019-02-06T12:05:13+10:30

Adelaide Tracheostomy Course

2019-02-06T12:09:09+10:30

The Southern Adelaide Local Health Network (SALHN) is holding its inaugural Tracheostomy Course on September 13-14, 2017 at Tonsley, Adelaide A/Prof Eng Ooi is a faculty member of this course This course is open to medical, nursing, and allied health staff involved in tracheostomy’s

Adelaide Tracheostomy Course2019-02-06T12:09:09+10:30

Adelaide ENT Surgery welcomes Dr Himani Joshi to our practice

2019-02-06T12:09:18+10:30

Adelaide ENT Surgery welcomes Dr Himani Joshi to our practice. Dr Himani Joshi completed her advanced paediatric and adult ENT training in South Australia, leading to a formal fellowship in Head and Neck Surgery at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. Dr Joshi has vast experience in adult and paediatric ENT, with a special interest in all aspects of paediatric otorhinolaryngology and the management of cancerous and non-cancerous tumours of the head and neck. Dr Joshi is a visiting ENT consultant at Flinders Medical Centre and the Women’s and Children’s Hospital.  She consults privately here at Adelaide ENT Surgery at Flinders Private Hospital [...]

Adelaide ENT Surgery welcomes Dr Himani Joshi to our practice2019-02-06T12:09:18+10:30

ENT Coblation course

2019-02-06T12:09:29+10:30

ENT Coblation course: A skills worship for ENT surgical trainees. Trainees from SA and interstate will be attending to learn about coblation technology in ENT surgery. Our own A/Prof Eng Ooi will be teaching on this course.

ENT Coblation course2019-02-06T12:09:29+10:30

Education and Training

2019-02-06T12:09:48+10:30

A/Professor Ooi is on the faculty helping to teach and train ENT surgeons on endoscopic sinus surgery and managing vascular complications. Dates: 22nd to 25th November 2017 20th Advanced Adelaide FESS course 10th Adelaide Endoscopic Management of Vascular Injuries Trans-Oral Robotic Surgery (TORS) is now offered for privately insured patients using the exciting new Medrobotics flex system. Associate Professor Ooi is currently being proctored by other experienced ENT robotic surgeons to use the Medrobotics flex system at Memorial Hospital as part of a team approach for the treatment of patients in South Australia with tonsil and throat cancer, snoring and OSA. Robotic surgery [...]

Education and Training2019-02-06T12:09:48+10:30

Cosmetic Surgery May Help Snoring

2019-07-07T12:36:30+09:30

7 News – Wed 31/5/17 –  Segment entitled “Cosmetic Surgery May Help Snoring” There has been an overwhelming response to last night’s segment on 7 News about treatment for Sleep Apnoea. A/Prof Eng Ooi performs the procedure mentioned in the segment and is participating in the NHMRC trial on surgery for treating Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA) If you feel you fit the criteria necessary to be a participant in the trial, please contact Alison on the number below:

Cosmetic Surgery May Help Snoring2019-07-07T12:36:30+09:30

Our very own Dr Trish MacFarlane has been a quiet achiever

2019-02-06T12:10:22+10:30

Our very own Dr Trish MacFarlane has been a quiet achiever in South Australia and Western Australia’s remote Aboriginal communities, determined to improve the ear health of Aboriginal children. She recently featured in an article in The Sunday Mail’s health issue (7/5/17), hoping to bring much needed awareness to the ever increasing rate of ear disease in these children.

Our very own Dr Trish MacFarlane has been a quiet achiever2019-02-06T12:10:22+10:30