Consultant ENT-Head & Neck and Thyroid & Parathyroid Surgeon. Head of Service ENT (pan-Trust) at United Lincolnshire NHS Trust Area of practice:- General adult and paediatric, elective and emergency ENT conditions. Specialist nasal surgery - Septorhinoplasty, septal surgery, FESS, Sphenopalatine artery cauterisation/clipping, cauterisation for nose bleed, turbinate surgery and Specialist otology surgery - myringoplasty/ear drum repair, grommet, mastoid surgery, pinnplasty. specialist throat surgery - adnoid and tonsil surgery, diagnostic endoscopy/pharyngoscopy/laryngoscopy +/- LASER, direct oesophagoscopy and dilatation, pharyngeal pouch surgery. Specialist neck surgery - benign and malignant neck surgery, thyroid and parathyroid surgery, salivary gland/parotid surgery. Graduated with MBChB (University of Aberdeen) 2000. Completed basic surgical training in Scotland. Underwent advance surgical training - ENT/Otolaryngology specialist training (Specialist Registrar) in Yorkshire and Humber region, UK. Professional qualitifications:- MBChB, MRCS, DOHNS, FRCS(ORL-HNS) National Head and Neck Surgical Oncology Interface Fellowship (Oct 2011 - Sept 2012). NLC (now known as NHS Leadership Academy) Clinical Leadership Fellowship (King's Fund, Manchester Business School, HSMC University of Birmingham) and PGC in Leadership and Service Improvement (University of Manchester) completed in 2012. Certificate of Completion of Health Professional Education (National University of Singapore) - completed in Nov 2014
I recently had septoplasty, an ethnoidectomy and a turbinate reduction to allow me to have normal breathing functionality as well as opening up my left maxillary sinus to relief pressure to improve my quality of life. As his patient I whole heartedly feel Dr Eng was extremely helpful, Every visit Dr Eng was smiling and welcoming. he listened to my issues and we spoke about how we could address them, as well as identifying why medication as a treatment had not worked in the past. Dr Eng suggested we do an endoscopic examination ( I have never had one ) to check the nasal passages aswell as a CT scan prior to surgery to provide a "map" that would show other issues previous examination could not identify. This in my case highlighted a deviated septum aswell as narrow passages and a deviation to my bone structure near my ethmoid sinus which would need consideration during surgery. Again Dr Eng was very informative and catered to my questions and I had many. Surgery was fine and went well. Recovery was not as easy as I Imagined, I believe this was due to the infection to which I was treated and examined for by Dr Eng -The infection was quickly squashed. A month has gone now as I write this and I can honestly say my results are wonderful. I have full breathing functionality, I don't feel groggy when I wake up in the morning now; I feel fresher and totally clear. A big thank you to you Dr Eng, I've seen countless doctors prior to you and everytime their answer was to take a 6 month course of steroids. Thank you
Had difficulty swallowing and was diagnosed with a pharyngeal pouch. Mr Eng saw me and advised the best option to correct it was using endoscopic surgery. Mr Eng carried out the procedure which was successful and involved an overnight stay. He came to see me post operation and said it went well. Throughout my time with Mr Eng as my Consultant he was very professional, friendly and confident with a manner that put me at ease. Overall with Mr Eng and the staff of Boston Pilgrim my experience was completely positive.
Mr Eng took fantastic care of me. He explained everything fully and I felt great trust going in to the operation (bilateral tonsillectomy) with him. He checked on me before and after the surgery, and even sent a text to see how I was coping with the pain two days later. There were a few admin issues by the hospital and Mr Eng sorted these out for me, which was very kind of him as I'm sure it wasn't his remit. Finally, the recovery was not as bad as most people suggest it can be, which I'm sure is due to Mr Eng being an excellent surgeon. I'd highly recommend his services for anyone suffering from ENT issues.
We first met Mr Eng after our 5 year old son failed his hearing tests and we realised there was a problem. Even at our first consultation we felt at ease and that our son was been well cared for. The decision was made for grommets and I was 110% happy for Mr Eng to carry out the procedure. I think as a mum it's vital that you feel reassured and that your child is in good hands. Since the Grommit insertion there's been a amazing difference in our sons hearing and a hearing test confirmed that it was a complete success. I'd highly recommend Mr Eng to everyone and would like to say we are so grateful for everything he has done for our son.
I had an appointment to see Mr Eng with dizziness and balance this had been an on going thing for 2 years but got worse over the last 2 months. I had medication from my GP but nothing stopped my problems, Mr Eng listened to me and what i was experiencing and how it was affecting me, to my delight i was treated there and then without any operations he made it look so simple, my problem was a crystal had come loose which i had never heard of before but after getting home i looked this up on the internet and was quite surprised at what i read. I have had no problems after his treatment and can now look down as well before this i could not Mr Eng is a genius.
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