Otology and Neurotology

The division of Otology and Neurotology collaborates with the Augusta University Hearing and Balance Center to provide one of the most comprehensive treatment centers for disorders of the temporal bone and lateral skull base in Georgia. The division is headed by Dr. Mohammad Seyyedi, a board eligible fellowship trained otologist. Along with his team of physicians, audiologists and rehabilitation specialists, Dr. Seyyedi specializes in treatment of complex disorders of hearing, balance and the temporal bone that require treatment in a teriary referral center.


Augusta University Comprehensive Hearing & Balance Center

If you or someone in your family suffers from hearing loss, balance problems or disorders/diseases of the ear or facial nerve, the Ear Care Center can help.

Augusta University Cochlear Implant Program

A cochlear implant is an electronic device designed to provide hearing & improved communication ability to individuals who are profoundly hearing impaired & unable to achieve speech understanding with hearing aids.

Augusta University Skull Base Center

Skull base tumors & diseases of the skull base region can affect the brain, hearing, vision and balance if not properly treated.