Pediatric Otolaryngology

The subspecialty of Pediatric Otolaryngology focuses on disorders of the ear, nose, and throat of newborns, infants, and children. The medical staff have acquired the skills necessary to provide specialized and state-of-the-art care to the pediatric population. The problems facing children are unique, due to head development and the location of structures that change as the child grows. Our pediatric otolaryngologists are not only knowledgeable about the ear, nose, and throat issues of children but they also understand the importance of physical and mental development and the needs of families in planning care.
The Department of Pediatrics cares for children and infants with:

  • Airway and Breathing Disorders
  • Ankyloglossia (tongue tied)

  • Congenital Malformations

  • Craniofacial Anomalies (cleft lip, cleft palate, VPI)

  • Ear Disease (cholesteatoma, infections)
  • Foreign Bodies

  • Hearing Loss
  • Pediatric Head and Neck Tumors

  • Pediatric Nose and Sinus Prolems
  • Speech and Language Disorders
  • Tonsil and Adenoid Disease

Brian Manzi, MD. Dr. Brian Manzi is a Harvard-trained pediatric otolaryngologist. He enjoys helping children and improving their quality of life. He obtained his medical degree at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine and his residency training in Otolaryngology at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center. Dr. Manzi completed a fellowship in pediatric otolaryngology at Boston Children's Hospital/Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA. He has extensive training in all areas of Pediatric ENT including hearing loss, cochlear implants, ear and nasal disorders, sinus surgeries, complex head and neck masses, voice problems and advanced airway procedures.

Evelyne Kalyoussef, MD. Dr. Kalyoussef is a board-certified Otolaryngologist and treats children of all ages. She has an interest in diagnosing and treating children with complex congenital malformations as well as addressing long term respiratory and pulmonary care for sick children in the Neonatal ICU.