Thyroid Disorders


Shaped like a two-inch bow tie, the thyroid gland is positioned in the front of the neck and below the larynx. The largest gland in the neck, its main function is to secrete key hormones that regulate metabolism, body heat, bone growth and other vital functions.

It is estimated that 13 million Americans have some form of thyroid disorder. Women are eight times more likely than men to develop such conditions. Tumors in the thyroid gland are usually benign, but can still cause serious health problems. Accordingly, surgery is often the best course of action when a tumor is diagnosed, regardless of whether it is malignant or benign.


During this time, our office remains open with limited scheduling for urgent ENT care only.
Other patients should not be seen, according to guidelines.
Patients with flu like symptoms or fever or known exposure to COVID-19
should go to urgent care or speak to their primary care physician.

Be well and don’t hesitate to reach out to us as needed.
The Staff and Doctors of The New York Otolaryngology Group