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About admin

I am an Otolaryngologist, commonly known as an Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) physician and surgeon. Currently, I am a member of ENT Specialists, PLLC that practices in Lexington, Georgetown, and Frankfort, KY. My practice consists of General ENT, but my interest and expertise is centered around pediatric ENT treatments, nasal and sinus disorders, chronic ear infections and hearing loss, and facial skin cancer surgery. I attempt to provide the highest quality medical care, using the most current research and surgical techniques, but also to care for each individual patient as if they were a member of my family.

The “little things” in life: Enjoy them.

A busy work day. A poor night’s sleep. Back pain. An unexpected bill. A kid’s sick. The roof is leaking. The car needs an unexpected repair. That’s life. The unexpected comes, and with it the feelings of anxiety and overwhelming … Continue reading

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Lesson from Guatemala: Hope

Mt recent trip to Guatemala was awesome, but it was also tough. It’s been 5 years since my last international medical trip, where I first went to the southern region of the Dominican Republic. I suppose I had somewhat forgotten … Continue reading

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The Truth of Sin

Do you believe in sin? As each day passes, the more I understand the reality and truth of sin. For many, sin is thought of as an ugly word, exemplifying lying and cheating, lust, and hate. For many years I … Continue reading

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“I don’t know.”

“I don’t know.” Why is this simple statement so challenging for many of us to say? While I strongly encourage continuing to ask tough questions and expand our knowledge and its applications, I believe there will ultimately be a limit … Continue reading

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(In)Tolerance: Overused and Misunderstood Terms

“I’m right and you’re wrong!” I’m sure you’ve thought or stated (or yelled) this at one time or another. Disagreements can come often in life, as we all have different viewpoints and beliefs. Some of our disagreements may cause some … Continue reading

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“God is not mad at you.”

In my 20’s, I really questioned God’s existence to the point of becoming agnostic. There were multiple reasons for this, but one in particular comes to mind. Although my life, at the time, seemingly was coming together, I really didn’t … Continue reading

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The Visible Made from the Invisible

How do we, as humankind, explain ourselves? In this vast universe that we continue to learn more about, how do we give account of our presence? Most people’s response likely will depend on their background and upbringing, with exposure to … Continue reading

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“So, you’re a Holy Roller now?”

Thanks to social media, I’ve recently caught-up with an old friend of mine from my college days at WVU (this is one thing I really do like about Facebook, etc.). We haven’t spoken in nearly 12 years, as life took … Continue reading

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Stop Human Trafficking: How Can We Help?

A few years ago, I watched the movie “Taken.” It terrified me. Although the movie does have the typical overdosed action scenes and highly improbable happy ending (which, of course, I loved!), the underlying truth and evil of human sex … Continue reading

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Savoring the “Joy Snaps”

The world we live in is broken. There is a fundamental flaw at its core. This has been the theme throughout human history. Look in the history books. Watch the current news. War, famine, hatred, and death. We are surrounded … Continue reading

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