Mr Michel Neeff - Otolaryngologist @ ENT Associates
Private Service, ENT/ Head & Neck Surgery, Paediatrics
8:00 AM to 5:30 PM.
FRACS, Neurotologist / Skull Base Surgeon, Cochlear Implant Surgeon, Paediatric ENT Surgeon, Clinical Director Starship Children's Hospital, Director ENT Associates, Chairperson Northern Cochlear Implant Programme, Director of Otology/Neurotology Fellowship ADHB, Co-Director Paediatric ORL Fellowship
- acoustic neuroma surgery
- implant surgery (cochlear and brain stem implants, Bonebridge, BAHA)
- oncological surgery involving the posterolateral skull base
- general and complex otological surgery
- Paediatric ENT conditions
- general ENT surgery
Michel graduated from The University of Auckland, NZ and completed his training in Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery with The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 2005.
He was awarded a fellowship at the Skull Base and Auditory Implant Unit in Manchester, UK for one year in 2006, where he was involved in skull base procedures including acoustic neuroma surgery, auditory implant surgery [cochlear implants (CI), brain stem implants (ABI), Bone Anchored Hearing Aids (BAHA)], oncological surgery involving the posterolateral skull base as well as otological and general ENT surgery.
In 2007 he spent time at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital in Cincinnati, USA to further his skills in the management of paediatric ENT disorders and the paediatric airway.
Since his return to Auckland, NZ in 2007 he has had appointments as an ENT consultant at Starship Children’s Hospital, Auckland City Hospital, and Green Lane Clinical Centre.
He is involved in the management of paediatric and adult ENT disorders with subspecialty emphasis on neurotology, skull base surgery, cochlear implant surgery, bone anchored hearing aids and complex otological surgery. He is the first surgeon to perform brainstem implants in NZ.
Michel is a selector of the Training Education and Accreditation Committee (TEAC) which coordinates the surgical training of Otolaryngologists in New Zealand, and a past Secretary of the NZ Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery.
He is a Senior Lecturer at the Auckland Medical School, and the current Chairperson and an Implant Surgeon of the Northernmost Cochlear Implant Programme (NCIP). He is the Clinical Director for Paediatric ENT at Starship Children's Hospital and the Clinical lead for Otology/Neurotology at Auckland City Hospital. He is a founding member and Director at ENT Associates.
Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, is also known as Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery (ENT).
ENT Surgeons (or otolaryngologists) are specialist doctors who deal with medical and surgical treatment of conditions of the ears, nose, throat and structures of the head and neck.
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8:00 AM to 5:30 PM.
|Mon – Fri||8:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
After hours and Saturday clinics available on request.
For after hours and emergency attention contact the nearest public hospital.
Auckland City Hospital and Starship Children's Hospital: (09) 307 4949.
Common Conditions / Procedures / Treatments
This is inflammation or infection of your middle ear (the space behind your eardrum) and is often associated with a build-up of fluid in your middle ear.… More
Your tonsils are the oval-shaped lumps of tissue that lie on both sides of the back of the throat.… More
In otosclerosis, there is new bone formation around the stapes (hearing bone) in the middle ear.… More
Vestibular schwannoma (aka acoustic neuroma)
This is a slow-growing, benign (non-cancerous) growth of the fatty lining of the balance nerve.… More
Hearing loss can be divided into two types: conductive hearing loss (caused by some sort of mechanical problem in the external or middle ear) or sensorineural hearing loss (caused by disorders of the inner ear, hearing nerve or associated brain structures).… More
Meniere's disease is a disorder in which there is an abnormality in the fluids of the inner ear resulting in increased pressure in the inner ear.… More
Otology (Ear) Tests
Audiometry is the electronic testing of hearing ability. You will sit in a special room wearing earphones and be asked to respond when you hear a noise through the earphones. These tests can measure your hearing levels as well as other aspects of hearing such as the ability to recognise… More
In the facial bones surrounding your nose, there are four pairs of hollow air spaces known as sinuses or sinus cavities.… More
Snoring is the harsh rattling noise made by some people when they sleep.… More
Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA)
When snoring is interrupted by episodes of totally obstructed breathing, it is known as obstructive sleep apnoea.… More
Rhinitis is the inflammation of the lining of the nose (nasal mucosa).… More
Hoarseness can be described as abnormal voice changes that make your voice sound raspy and strained and higher or lower or louder or quieter than normal.… More
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Plenty of onsite parking is available.
Several pharmacies are available in Newmarket and Remuera, not far from my rooms.
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(09) 529 0399
(09) 529 0599
155 Remuera Rd
155 Remuera Rd
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This page was last updated at 12:09PM on October 21, 2021. This information is reviewed and edited by Mr Michel Neeff - Otolaryngologist @ ENT Associates.