Understanding Complex Airway Disorders

Complex airway disorders can affect your larynx (voice box), trachea (windpipe) or pharynx (back of the mouth and nose). If you suffer from a complex airway disorder, you may have trouble with activities such as speaking or even breathing comfortably.

Our experienced surgeons perform more than 450 adult and pediatric procedures a year to treat laryngeal and tracheal conditions. Our depth of experience translates into expert, comprehensive care for you.

Your Guide to Complex Airways

By downloading our guide, you’ll learn:

• Types of disorders
• Symptoms
• How complex airway disorders are diagnosed
• Surgical and nonsurgical treatment options