1. Welcoming Dr. Alex McKnight

    Alpine Ear, Nose & Throat would like to announce the addition of Dr. Alex McKnight to our healthcare team! Dr. McKnight grew up in Fremont, Nebraska, obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame, then returned to Nebraska for medical school where he received a full ride regent scholarship all 4 years. Dr. McKnight has received comprehensive training in all aspects of oto…Read More

  2. A Successful 2nd Annual Free Head & Neck Cancer Screening Event In Cheyenne

    Alpine Ear, Nose & Throat was honored to serve patients during our second annual free head and neck cancer screening event in our Cheyenne location last Saturday, February 29th. The event took place between approximately 8am and 12:30pm, in which we opened our doors to both walk-in and previously scheduled appointments for patients with concerns all across the spectrum of ear, nose and throat.…Read More

  3. 2nd Annual Free Head & Neck Cancer Screening in Our Cheyenne Clinic on Saturday, February 29th

    Alpine Ear, Nose & Throat is proud to announce that we will be hosting our 2nd annual free head and neck cancer screening event in our Cheyenne clinic on Saturday, February 29, 2020. The event will take place in our office at 5320 Education Drive, Cheyenne, WY 82009 and patients may call to reserve their free consultation at (307) 202-9202. We welcome all individuals to the event, but encourag…Read More

  4. The Pros and Cons of Earwax

    Earwax, also called “cerumen”, is produced by glands located in the skin of the outer ear canal The production of earwax is a natural process that cleans, protects, and lubricates the ear canal People most likely to experience a problem with earwax buildup include: wearers of hearing aids or ear plugs, those who use cotton swabs of other items inside the ear, and those with ear canal deformiti…Read More

  5. Dr. Melissa Headley’s Farewell

    Dear Valued All About Hearing Patients, It is with mixed emotions that I, Melissa Headley, am announcing that as December 2019 my family and I will be relocating outside of Colorado and I will no longer be practicing at All About Hearing. It has been my great pleasure providing for your hearing healthcare needs over the years and it will not be easy to say good-bye. I highly encourage each of you …Read More

  6. All About Tonsils

    Tonsils are located at the back of the throat and act as the immune system’s first line of defense in keeping germs from entering the airways and producing antibodies that fight infection. Tonsillitis occurs when the tonsils themselves become infected by either bacteria or a virus. Tonsillitis is most common in children, but can affect all ages on either an occasional or recurring basis. Common …Read More

  7. Welcoming Dr. Nicholas Quinn

    Alpine Ear, Nose & Throat would like to announce the addition of Dr. Nicholas Quinn to our healthcare team! He is originally from Omaha, Nebraska and obtained his undergraduate degree in his home city at Creighton University, before continuing on to Chicago for his medical degree at Loyola University. From there, he completed his residency training at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. …Read More

  8. Dr. Eriksen Retirement Announcement

    After over 25 years of service at Alpine Ear, Nose & Throat, the founder of our practice, Dr. Christopher Eriksen has announced his intent to retire, effective July 31st, 2019. Since the beginning of Alpine Ear, Nose & Throat in 1991, Dr. Eriksen has built and expanded upon our practice, proudly offering consolidated services of audiology, allergy, vestibular therapy, facial plastics, and …Read More

  9. Spring is in Full Bloom, as are Seasonal Allergies

    The Alpine Allergy Clinic is proud to offer comprehensive diagnostic testing and treatment to allow patients to break free of their allergy symptoms. Our dedicated medical professionals have seen countless successes with the use of sublingual therapy (allergy drops) and subcutaneous immunotherapy (allergy shots) in both our Fort Collins and Loveland offices. Contact our offices at (970) 221-1177 f…Read More

  10. Facts About Hearing Loss

    Adults over the age of 55 should have their hearing check on an annual basis, as diagnosed hearing loss can also be an indicator for other health problems About one-third of adults between the ages of 65 and 70 have some degree of hearing loss and about half of all people over the age of 75 have hearing loss Age-related hearing loss is also known as Presbycusis, which occurs due to changes within …Read More

  11. Inspire Sleep Therapy

    Cheyenne Regional Medical Center (CRMC) Now Offering Life Saving Inspire® Upper Airway Stimulation (UAS) Therapy for Obstructive Sleep Apnea Cheyenne Regional Medical Center (CRMC) has partnered with Dr. Matthew Robertson of Alpine Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) and Dr. Sodienye Tetenta of Wyoming Sleep Disorders Center to be the first and only group in Wyoming to offer Inspire Upper Airway Stimula…Read More