Piedmont Health offers patient-centered care in treating Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases

From Special Reports

Otolaryngologist Dr. Danielle Warner, who recently joined Piedmont Physicians ENT in Newnan, says taking the time to review environmental factors and things patients can do at home to relieve chronic symptoms from ear, nose and throat (ENT) disorders is an important part of medicine and treatment.

Dr. Danielle Warner

“Simple things like removing carpet from the bedroom or wearing a mask when cutting the grass can help with allergy treatment,” says Dr. Warner. “When I meet with my patients, I get a full background on their symptoms, medications they have tried and information on anything else that may be contributing to their illness. I want to be their partner in care, ensuring that their individual patient preferences, needs and values, guide all clinical decisions.”

According to the American Academy of Otolaryngology, hearing loss affects one in ten Americans. Similarly, about 35 million people develop chronic sinusitis each year, making it one of the most common health complaints. Dr. Warner treats patients of all ages suffering from these and many other complaints including snoring, nighttime breathing issues and recurrent ear and throat infections.

Dr. Warner is board certified in Otolaryngology (ENT) and offers a wide range of pediatric and adult surgical services, including tonsil and adenoid surgery, thyroidectomy, nasal surgery, endoscopic and balloon sinus procedures. She earned her medical degree from the Chicago School of Medicine at Rosalind Franklin University and completed her residency at Walter Reed Army Medical Center’s National Capital Consortium. Dr. Warner has a particular interest in allergic disease and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy (AAOA).

“Our office is well equipped to record and take photos if needed during the examination, allowing my patients and their families to see what I’m looking at and really understand the underlying problem,” says Dr. Warner. “I get to see patients of all ages, and form long lasting relationships. At the end of the day, it all comes down to a partnership with my patients, and helping them understand their treatment options”.

Dr. Warner is accepting new patients. To learn more, call 770-400-7770 or visit piedmont.org.