Darius Kohan M.D. is the leading ear specialist in New York City.
He is dual board certified in otology and neurotology and holds several esteemed positions throughout the city such as Director of Otology/Neurotology Divisions at Lenox Hill/MEETH, North Shore LIJ and Governor of The New York Otologic Society.
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About Dr Darius Kohan.
Dr. Kohan provides comprehensive care in all aspects of otolaryngology with a special focus on diseases of the ear. Otolaryngology is the medical specialty relating to the ears, nose, and throat (also referred to as ENT). Dr. Kohan’s staff provides patients with the best otolaryngology care in a humanitarian, caring, and comfortable environment. Your examination is tailored to your specific symptoms and needs. Dr. Kohan’s staff will schedule ample time for you to ask questions and have any specialized testing performed.
New York Neuro/Otology Services:
- General Otolaryngology
- Cochlear Implant Surgery
- BAHA Hearing Aid Implants
- Hearing Restoration Surgery
- Autoimmune Inner Ear Disorder
- Acoustic Neuroma Surgery
- Rhinology – Sinus Disorders
- Myringotomy Surgery
- Glomus Tumor Surgery
- Tinnitus Treatment
- Cholesteatoma Surgery
- Voice Disorders
- Conductive Hearing Loss
- Sensorineural Hearing Loss
- Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss
- Stapedectomy Surgery
- Treatment of Meniere’s Disease
- Sleep Apnea
- Otitis Media Treatment
- Tumors of the Temporal Bone
- Hearing Loss
- Audiology / Hearing Tests
- Electrocochleography (ECoG Test)
Dr. Kohan is a member of the faculty at several major medical centers: New York University – Tisch Hospital, Lenox Hill Hospital/Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital, Beth Israel Medical Center, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary and New York Presbyterian – Brooklyn Medical Center. Dr. Kohan’s patients have access to these excellent diagnostic and surgical facilities. Dr. Kohan also participates in the Cochlear Implant Centers of New York Eye and Ear Infirmary and Beth Israel Medical Center. These affiliations allow Dr. Kohan the opportunity to provide his patients with the highest standard of care.
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Dr. Darius Kohan was recently interviewed for an article by NYMag.com He's quoted as saying: If you do buy volume-limiting headphones, know that they can be jerry-rigged by any smart kid to exceed the 85-decibel volume limit, and sometimes poor technology means these...read more
Dr. Darius Kohan was recently interviewed for an article by HealthLine.com. He's quoted as saying: But experts say our senses are not nearly so infallible. In fact, these instances instead highlight how subjective our own faculties can be. “The way we interpret sound...read more
The Children’s Hearing Institute is pleased to announce our Benefit Cocktail Reception on Thursday, May 10th in the Delegates Dining Room at the United Nations. This exclusive event will commemorate CHI’s 35th Year and launch our exciting new campaign: #HearInNewYork....read more
Dr. Darius Kohan was interviewed for an article in Drugs.com. In the article he is quoted as saying: THURSDAY, April 19, 2018 -- High-decibel music blasting at big concert venues is a known cause of short-term hearing loss. But new research suggests drinking doesn't...read more
Many seniors may not hear everything their doctors tell them, new research suggests, and that could raise the risk of medical errors. "In our study of 100 patients 60 and older, 43 reported mishearing a doctor or nurse in an inpatient or community health care setting,...read more
Damage can be done without pain or noticeable symptoms in this type of attack that was reportedly used against U.S. diplomats in Cuba. Sound can be weaponized. If you don’t believe that, you might want to read some recent news stories coming out of Cuba. There are...read more
There's good and bad news from a new study on the noise blasted in American teenagers' ears -- more kids are listening to music via earphones than ever before, but rates of hearing loss have not increased. Still, "the overall take-home message ... is that not only are...read more
Contact the Office of Darius Kohan MD
If you have any questions about treatment, billing, or insurance, please feel free to call Dr. Kohan’s office for an appointment (212) 472-1300.