ACUTE & CHRONIC LARYNGITISCARE OF PROFESSIONAL VOICEHOARSENESS & VOCAL FOLD CANCERREFLUX & SWALLOWING ISSUESDIFFICULT AND NARROW AIRWAYCHRONIC COUGHEATING ISSUES

ACUTE & CHRONIC LARYNGITIS

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CARE OF PROFESSIONAL VOICE

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HOARSENESS & VOCAL FOLD CANCER

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REFLUX & SWALLOWING ISSUES

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DIFFICULT AND NARROW AIRWAY

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CHRONIC COUGH

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EATING ISSUES

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ACUTE & CHRONIC LARYNGITISCARE OF PROFESSIONAL VOICEHOARSENESS & VOCAL FOLD CANCERREFLUX & SWALLOWING ISSUESDIFFICULT AND NARROW AIRWAYCHRONIC COUGHEATING ISSUES
ACUTE & CHRONIC LARYNGITISCARE OF PROFESSIONAL VOICEHOARSENESS & VOCAL FOLD CANCERREFLUX & SWALLOWING ISSUESDIFFICULT AND NARROW AIRWAYCHRONIC COUGHEATING ISSUES

Dr. Peak Woo is an internationally recognized laryngologist, clinical research scientist and author of Stroboscopy. As Clinical Professor of Otolaryngology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Dr. Woo continues to train otolaryngology residents and laryngology fellows as well as host visiting observers.

Dr. Chandra Ivey is an accomplished Laryngologist and Board Certified Otolaryngologist who has been practicing in the New York City area for ten years. Dr. Ivey is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Otolaryngology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and she dedicates the majority of her time to clinical practice in laryngology, voice and swallow disorders, and diseases of the ear, nose and throat.

Our private practice is located at 300 Central Park West, 1H, between 90th and 91st streets in New York City. For professional and personalized service, please contact us by telephone at 212-580-1004. Our fax number is 212-580-6101.

Access our Secure Patient Portal to review medical records we have sent to you. Upon registration with our office, you will receive an email with your id and password to log into the portal at peakwoo.myupdox.com.

Meet Our Doctors

Peak Woo, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Peak Woo, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Chandra Ivey, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Chandra Ivey, M.D., F.A.C.S.

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