Ear, nose and throat medicine

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Your health in the hands of our ENT specialists

The speciality of ear, nose and throat medicine (ENT) involves much more than tonsillitis, earache, colds, coughs or hoarseness. 
Modern ENT medicine includes the prevention, detection, classical and surgical ENT medicine, aftercare and rehabilitation of diseases, injuries in the head and neck area, deformities and tumours of the nose, ears, paranasal sinuses, oral cavity, pharynx or larynx. We also offer plastic and aesthetic surgery in the head and neck area.
In our ENT specialist practice, we work according to the latest scientific findings. The continuous further training of our specialists and high-end equipment ensure that our medical care is always up to date in order to treat our patients competently, innovatively and individually.
We take time for you and work with you to develop a therapy concept tailored to your needs.

High-quality surgery - comprehensive care from diagnosis to aftercare

In some cases, minor or major surgical procedures are necessary, which we offer at the PAN Clinic on an outpatient and inpatient basis. 
For all operations, we use minimally invasive and microsurgical procedures with the help of navigation surgery, endoscopy, microscopes or diode lasers - in the practice, in the operating theatre or in outpatient treatment. 

All aesthetic and reconstructive plastic surgery procedures in our speciality are available in order to achieve an individual solution with the best aesthetic result for every issue and every problem.

Our services at a glance

  • Classical ENT
  • Paediatric ENT
  • Surgical ENT
  • Nasal and paranasal sinus surgery (without tamponades)
  • Ear surgery (partially implantable hearing systems and cochlear implantation (CI))
  • Plastic-aesthetic facial surgery 
  • Tumour surgery, cancer prevention
  • Diagnosis/treatment of vertigo
  • Allergology
  • Sleep medicine 
  • Ultrasound diagnostics
  • Voice and speech disorders
  • Acupuncture

Information on the topic of snoring

1.Causes of snoring

The snoring sound is caused by the slack palate tissue, the retracted tongue and the uvula vibrating due to the increased air resistance when breathing in.

2.When is snoring pathological?

If you feel that your health is impaired.

3.How dangerous is snoring?

Snoring reduces the supply of oxygen to the brain. Is breathing only impaired or does it even stop temporarily?
This can result in symptoms such as reduced performance, concentration problems, increasing daytime tiredness, morning headaches, lack of motivation, increased irritability or even potency problems.
Other long-term consequences include cardiovascular diseases, high blood pressure and cardiac arrhythmia.

4.What can you do to stop snoring?

It is important to be examined by a doctor. Only a specialist can recommend the right therapy for you.


  • Do you snore?
  • Have you already noticed pauses in your breathing?
  • Do you not feel rested despite getting enough sleep?
  • Do you often feel tired during the day?
  • Do you wake up more often at night?
  • Do you suffer from frequent headaches?
  • Do you suffer from cardiovascular diseases, high blood pressure or cardiac arrhythmia?

If you can answer YES to all of these questions, simply make an appointment with us. We will soon help you get your well-deserved sleep.

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ENT private practice
Dr. Emil Zenev
Zeppelinstr. 1 / Neumarkt-Galerie
50667 Cologne
Phone: 0221/2776-340
Fax: 0221/2776-341


In cooperation with the PAN KLINIK am Neumarkt


Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 
08:00 – 13:00 and 14:00 - 18:00 

Wednesday and Friday
08:00 – 14:00