Scottdale General ENT Surgery


Dr. Kelsch and his team treat adults and children offering comprehensive and compassionate therapy for all disorders of the ear, nose and throat. Dr. Kelsch strives to provide the very best treatment by focusing and listening to your specific complaints, developing an individualized plan for an exceptional patient experience. He is a Board Certified Otolaryngologist, practicing in the valley for over 10 years. He has been elected "Top Doc" by PHOENIX MAGAZINE multiple years from 2012 through 2020. His training includes all of General Otolaryngology, but he has also had additional training in advanced techniques to expand the options of treatment to suit your specific needs.

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Relief from Sinus Conditions in Scottsdale


Nasal complaints can vary from nasal obstruction to irritations such as discharge, drainage and headache. Nasal obstruction is very common described as being congested, unable to breath or "stuffed up" with several possible causes for these symptoms. This can affect our speech, our teeth, eating, exercising and many more daily activities. These symptoms can be due to simple structural problems such as a deviated septum, swollen turbinates and even nasal side wall collapse known as nasal stenosis.

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Help for Thyroid and Parathyroid Conditions in Scottsdale


The thyroid gland is a critical hormone gland that sets the rate of our body's metabolism and is vital in development and regulation of body functions. It is surrounded at its 4 corners by additional glands called parathyroid glands that help regulate our calcium levels, required for strong bones, muscle function and nerve conduction. These two types of glands can malfunction or develop tumors and even rarely cancer. This may require evaluation, treatment and occasionally surgery for the health of our bodies systems.

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Skin Cancer Removal and Restoration in Scottsdale


Skin cancer is by far the most common type of cancer with over 3 million new cases in the US each year. 1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer by the age of 70. Excess ultraviolet radiation exposure from too much sun or even the use of tanning beds is the biggest risk factor. Arizonans are at particular risk due to year-round exposure to the sun in a temperate climate. The most common types of skin cancer include Basal Cell Carcinoma, Squamous Cell Carcinoma, and Malignant Melanoma. 99% of all cases are curable if diagnosed early. Detection is possible because unlike other cancers that develop inside our bodies, this can be seen and detected on the skin. It can be formidable and hide in the creases of skin, areas we don't look at (like our backs), or even in the hairline. Early detection is often seen by your Primary care doctor or a Dermatologist.

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