Moises A. Arriaga, MD
When Dr. Moises Arriaga trained as a physician at Brown University Medical School, he was struck by what could be done to restore a patient’s hearing and balance. That’s why he decided to make otology – the study of the inner workings of the ear – his life’s work. Now, as a neurotologist, Dr. Arriaga is trained as both an otologic neurosurgeon (neurotology) and head and neck surgery. This dual specialization makes him highly qualified to diagnose and treat conditions that affect a person’s hearing and balance. Dr. Arriaga uses every diagnostic tool available to pinpoint the cause of a patient’s hearing or balance loss and offers the full gamut of solutions from medical treatment, rehabilitation, surgery, implants, and hearing devices. Dr. Arriaga says breakthroughs in diagnostic technology are very encouraging for patients suffering from complex, brain-related dizziness and balance issues. The use of cochlear implants, implantable hearing aids, and other therapies effectively restores hearing loss. Professionally, Dr. Arriaga has been recognized by the Acoustic Neuroma Association, is listed in the database of Best Doctors in America®, and was named a “Top Doctor” by New Orleans Magazine.
His Specialties include Hearing and Balance.
Brown Univ. Program in Medicine
Univ Of Pittsburgh Med Center
American Board of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery
American Board of Otolaryngology