- Snoring & Sleeping
Allergy, Nose & Sinus
The specialists at Virginia ENT diagnose and treat all abnormal conditions of the nose and sinus cavity. About 35 million people develop chronic sinusitis each year making it one of the most common health complaints in America. Our services also include testing for and treatment of allergies. From the medical management of nosebleeds, nasal congestion, allergies and acute sinusitis, to surgical treatment of chronic sinusitis and nasal deformities the choice is clear!
Ear, Balance & Dizziness
Whether you have an earache or standing up too quickly makes you woozy, Virginia ENT is the clear choice for assistance with any ear, balance or dizziness issue you may have. Our highly qualified team of doctors and audiologists working together on hearing and dizziness along with our in office MiniCAT CT scanner are just a few examples of why Virginia ENT is the clear choice for optimum choice for ear, balance and dizziness issues.
Voice & Throat
At Virginia ENT, we treat a variety of voice and throat disorders including swallowing disorders, sore throats and other issues. Dr. Kenerson practices with particular interest in laryngology, offering comprehensive diagnosis and medical and surgical management of voice and swallowing disorders.
- Head & Neck
Virginia ENT is proud to offer neurotology services for patients who have infections, dizziness, deafness, or who need ear reconstruction. Our skilled providers and dedicated surgery center make Virginia ENT a convenient and cost-effective option for Richmond-area patients.
Dr. Peter Rigby is Board Certified by the American Academy of Otolaryngology in both otolaryngology and otology/neurotology. An otologist/neurotologist is a board-certified otolaryngologist who provides medical and surgical care of patients, both adult and pediatric, with diseases that affect the ears, balance system, temporal bone, skull base, and related structures of the head and neck.
Conditions treated by neurotologists include:
- Dizziness and vestibular (balance) diseases, such as Ménière's disease and vestibular neuronitis
- Skull base tumors, such as vestibular schwannoma (acoustic neuroma)
- Facial nerve disorders, including facial nerve paralysis
- Hearing loss, tinnitus and deafness
- Certain conditions relating to the skull base
- Infectious and inflammatory diseases of the ear