Allergy diagnosis & treatment

Allergies affect nearly 15 percent of Jordanians. Allergy symptoms are caused by sensitivity to “allergens” and include runny nose, nasal obstruction, itchy eyes and throat, sneezing, post-nasal drip, recurrent “colds” or sinus infections.

Seasonal allergies result from grass, tree pollen, or moulds. Cat and dog dander allergies are also common. Food allergies include nut or milk products.

What causes these reactions?

Take steps to recognize and avoid your allergy triggers and find out how to prevent a serious reaction.

Identification of the allergy, and subsequent treatment for allergic rhinitis, is important in the short- and long-term management of your symptoms

Comprehensive allergy testing.

Environmental control counselling.

Medical therapy: oral antihistamines, nasal steroid sprays, antihistamine nasal sprays.

Allergy shots.

Comprehensive evaluation by our physicians to determine the cause of your balance disorder.

Specialized in-office audiometric and balance testing to help diagnosis your balance problem.

Management of balance disorders with medications.

Coordinated care with vestibular physical therapy to help you feel steady on your feet again.

Dizziness & Balance Treatment

Dizziness and balance problems can affect people of all ages, and may be due to an inner ear condition, or could be a sign of a problem elsewhere in your balance system. Symptoms can range from mild imbalance to a severe room spinning/whirling sensation known as vertigo.


Balance is a complex system in the body, and includes the inner ear, vision, brainstem function, spinal cord and nerves, as well as bones, joints, and muscles in the arms and legs. Problems in one or several of these areas can result in imbalance.

For problems that are found out of inner ear origin, a comprehensive team of supporting services can be recommended for specialty consultations, such as neurology or physical medicine and rehabilitation.

Hearing Aid Services

Did you know… 9 out of 10 people with hearing loss can be helped with hearing aids


At Dr. Ghaith’s clinic, we offer comprehensive testing and work up of all forms of hearing loss in both pediatric and adult patients. Our certified and experienced audiologists perform testing in our insulated sound-proof audiology booths, with the most up-to-date testing equipment and techniques. We also perform specialized testing techniques required for young children and infants who may be having excessive ear infections or may have fluid in the ears.

Medical evaluation with both a physician and audiologist specializing in hearing loss and treatment.

Consultation with our licensed and highly trained audiologists to review your individual hearing deficit, needs, and treatment.

The latest in custom fitted digital hearing aid technology specifically programmed for your hearing needs and lifestyle.

Unlike other hearing aid vendors who contract with a single manufacturer for higher profits, our audiologist can recommend, program, and fit hearing aids from many manufacturers offering you the best hearing solution for your needs.


Before scheduling a hearing aid consultation, schedule an evaluation and hearing test with Dr. Ghaith. After your hearing test, if your ENT physician recommends hearing aids, please schedule a hearing aid consultation at one of our locations.

Comprehensive medical evaluation of hearing loss and tinnitus.

Detailed audiologic evaluation including pure tone, speech discrimination, otoacoustic emission (OAE) testing, acoustic reflex testing, tympanometry.

Hearing rehabilitation with hearing aids and assistive listening devices.

Tinnitus masking technology.

Corrective surgery

Hearing Loss & Tinnitus

By age of 65, 1 in 3 people will have developed hearing loss. New research indicates that hearing loss is associated with social isolation, depression, lower income levels, cognitive impairment, and dementia. Appropriate diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss is important to help prevent these issues and to get you back to enjoying life again.


Tinnitus or “ringing in the ears,” is the sensation of hearing ringing, buzzing, hissing, chirping, whistling, or other sounds in the ears or head. The most common cause of tinnitus is noise-induced or age-related hearing loss. Less common causes include medication side effect, hearing loss due to ear wax or middle ear fluid, cardiovascular disease, or, rarely, slow growing benign tumors of the auditory nerve. While tinnitus is a common side effect of hearing loss, it should be evaluated as it may rarely be due to other conditions.

Pediatric ENT

We recognize how important it is for your children to receive the highest level of care and compassion. Dr. Ghaith, have completed extensive training and have detailed experience in pediatric ENT.


Dr. Ghaith always strives to approach treatment through non-operative, conservative methods first. If surgery is necessary, be assured that Dr. Ghaith will utilize the safest and latest surgical techniques. We will provide an individualized treatment plan that safely returns your child to activity and livelihood.

Ear infections.

Hearing loss.

Pediatric allergies.

Voice disorders.

Lumps in the neck.

Tongue tie.

Enlarged tonsils and adenoids obstruction.

Recurring and chronic sore throats.

Nose bleeds.

Nasal fractures.

Evaluation to detect anatomic abnormalities, extent and distribution of inflammation

Comprehensive allergy testing

Environmental controls counselling

Aggressive medical management of sinus conditions with antibiotics and steroids

Minimally invasive endoscopic sinus surgery

Advanced computerized image guidance sinus systems for the safest surgical results

Sinus & Nasal Disorders

Sinusitis is among the most common medical conditions requiring treatment every year in Jordan. Sinusitis is an inflammation of the sinus cavities, and is categorized into acute sinusitis (symptoms of short duration, anywhere from 1-12 weeks) and chronic sinusitis (symptoms of longer duration: 12 weeks and longer).

If you suffer from frequent, repeated sinus infections, or have chronic symptoms that aren’t responding to treatments, please make an appointment with us for a full evaluation.

Head & Neck Cancer Surgery

many people develop cancer of the head and neck. Smoking and tobacco use is the number one preventable risk factor for both lung, head, and neck cancer. While lung cancer cases are decreasing, cancers in the head and neck are on the rise. Fortunately head and neck cancer can be curable if caught early.


We believe in a team approach to help cure patients with head and neck cancer. We work closely with our colleagues in radiation and medical oncology who can offer chemotherapy and radiation treatments. Depending on the stage of your cancer, your treatment may include surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or a combination of these therapies.

If surgery is needed as part of your treatment, Dr. Ghaith provide advanced surgical techniques to maximize tumor removal and preserve function and appearance. Our goal is to help give you the highest chance of winning your cancer battle while also preserving your quality of life

Comprehensive evaluation with a board-certified head and neck surgeon

In-office fibreoptic upper airway endoscopy

Advanced surgical techniques

Coordinated care with medical oncology (chemotherapy) and radiation oncology (radiation therapy)

Post treatment surveillance

Flexible laryngoscopy

Video endoscopy

Speech and swallowing therapy by a licensed speech-language pathologist (SLP) experienced in voice and swallowing therapy

Procedures such as vocal cord injections, for laryngospasms, cricoid subluxations.

 balloon dilatation for airway stenosis, and endoscopic laser surgery


Diagnosis and treatment of voice-related diseases

Hoarseness may decrease quality of life resulting in depression, social isolation, absenteeism, lost wages, or increased anxiety. Hoarseness can be characterized by a change in voice quality, tone, or loudness, or by an increase in vocal voltage. Hoarseness affects both children and adults and can lead to poor communication with family and friends.

Direct visualization of the vocal cords and larynx is performed as part of the complete evaluation of a patient presenting with hoarseness. Vocal cord imaging can be done in the clinic with flexible laryngoscopy or video-endoscopy.

The conditions we treat include vocal cord cysts, nodules, polyps, haemorrhages, paralysis, granulomas, recurrent respiratory papilloma (RRP), laryngeal cancer, chronic cough and laryngopharyngeal reflux.


Swallowing difficulties can be associated with recurrent pneumonia, coughing/choking while eating/drinking, unintentional weight loss, or regurgitation of undigested foods. A thorough evaluation is often needed to determine the cause of the swallowing difficulty. This evaluation may include examination of the pharynx and larynx by an otolaryngologist, evaluation of swallowing by a speech-language pathologist, or radiographic studies (such as a barium swallow or a modified barium swallow)


is surgery that changes the shape of the nose. The reason for rhinoplasty may be to change the appearance of the nose, improve breathing or both.

The upper part of the structure of the nose is bone. The lower part is cartilage. Rhinoplasty can change bone, cartilage, skin or all three. Talk with our surgeon, Dr. Ghaith about whether rhinoplasty is appropriate for you and what it can achieve.

Your other facial features, the skin on your nose and what you would like to change are considered when planning the procedure. If you’re a candidate for rhinoplasty, Dr. Ghaith will develop a personal plan for your case

After the procedure

After the surgery, you need to rest in bed with your head raised higher than your chest. This reduces bleeding and swelling. Your nose may be stuffed up because of swelling. It could also be from the splints put inside your nose during surgery.

Most of the time, the internal bandages stay in place for 1 to 7 days after surgery. A splint may be taped to your nose for protection and support. It’s usually in place for about one week.

You may have a little bleeding and drainage of mucus and old blood for a few days after the surgery or after removing the dressing. A drip pad — a small piece of gauze held in place with tape — may be put under your nose to absorb drainage. Change the gauze as directed by your health care provider. Don’t put the drip pad tight against your nose.

You may be given other instructions to further lower the chances of bleeding and swelling. These should be followed for several weeks after surgery:

Avoid intense physical activities such as aerobics and jogging.

Take baths instead of showers while you have bandages on your nose.

Don’t blow your nose.

Sneeze and cough with your mouth open.

Avoid certain facial expressions, such as smiling or laughing.

Eat high-fiber foods, such as fruits and vegetables, to keep from getting constipated. Constipation can cause you to push hard, putting pressure on the surgery site.

Brush your teeth gently to keep your upper lip from moving.

Wear clothes that fasten in the front. Don’t pull clothing, such as shirts or sweaters, over your head.

In addition, don’t rest eyeglasses or sunglasses on your nose for at least four weeks after the surgery. They can put pressure on your nose. You can use cheek rests or tape the glasses to your forehead until your nose has healed.



Jordan – Amman

Farah Medical Campus

1st floor, Clinic No. 104