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Mr Georgios Kontorinis

Consultant ENT Surgeon, Honorary Clinical Associate Professor


Practices at: BMI Ross Hall Hospital, Ross Hall Clinic Braehead

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Having obtained his training in Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery, as well as his MD degree in active middle ear implantation at the University Department of Otorhinolaryngology of Hanover Medical School in Germany, Georgios completed a Fellowship in Paediatric Otolaryngology at the Hospital for Sick Children in Sheffield, as well as an advanced Fellowship in complex Otology, Skull Base Surgery and Auditory Implantation in Manchester Teaching Hospitals.

Since April 2013, he has been working as a Consultant ENT and Skull Base Surgeon based at the Queen Elizabeth University and the New Victoria Hospitals. In 2019 he was appointed Honorary Clinical Associate Professor at Glasgow University, actively involved with research, medical education (MSc in Medical Education, Karolinska University, Sweden) and training for the next generation of ENT Surgeons. In 2019, he was appointed Honorary Clinical Associate Professor at Glasgow University Medical School.

With his main clinical and research interest in otology/neurotology and skull base surgery, Georgios has been an invited speaker in national and international meetings and has published widely in international peer-review journals on hearing loss, vertigo and balance disorders, vestibular schwannomas and further otology/neurotology related aspects, contributing to the dynamic, fast-developing field of ear and skull base surgery as well as hearing rehabilitation.

Complete range of otology and neurotology including:

  • Ear micro-surgery
  • Hearing rehabilitation options and implantable devices
  • Vertigo and balance disorders
  • Tinnitus

Skull base pathologies with special interest in: 

  • The management of vestibular schwannomas (acoustic neuromas)
  • Sinonasal symptoms
  • Endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS)
  • General ENT disorders

  • Otology Section of the Royal Society of Medicine
  • European Academy of Otology and Neurotology
  • Royal College of Surgeons of Glasgow
  • Scottish Otolaryngology Society
  • Medical Advisory Board for FacialPalsyUK

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