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California Head & Neck Specialists

Welcome to California Head & Neck Specialists. We are dedicated to providing full-service care for patients experiencing ear, nose and throat disorders in Carlsbad, San Diego, Murrieta, Chula Vista and surrounding areas. Our team of highly specialized physicians and Doctors of Audiology work together to provide long-term solutions using the latest advances in technology and treatment.

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New Location

Our La Jolla office will move to 5405 Oberlin Dr, 2nd Floor, San Diego CA 92121 effective May 28, 2019. We are excited to offer free parking, easy access, and a convenient central location for our patients. Phone numbers will remain the same. Please call with any questions or if you need directions.

5405 Oberlin Dr.,
2nd Floor
San Diego, CA 92121
Phone: 858.909.0770

Special Announcement

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Carlos Jimenez and his Chula Vista office will be joining the California Head & Neck Specialists family effective June 1, 2019. Dr. Jimenez is a highly respected Otolaryngologist in the South Bay and we are excited to have his expertise and convenient South Bay office location as a resource for our patients and referring physicians.

577 Third Ave.
Chula Vista, CA 91910
Phone: 619.426.5181

Our Top Services


Audiology is the branch of science and medicine that focuses on hearing, balance and related disorders. Our Doctors of Audiology diagnose, treat and monitor a wide range of hearing and balance problems in patients of all ages, from infants to the elderly. Services they provide include hearing tests; hearing aid selection, fitting and programming; activating and programming cochlear implants; audiologic rehabilitation; and counseling/education for patients and their families.

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If you are one of the estimated 50 million Americans who experiences allergy symptoms at least occasionally, you know the misery they can bring. There is no need to suffer; our ENT specialists offer allergy testing and proven treatment plans to ease your suffering and improve your overall quality of life.

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Voice & Swallowing

Voice and swallowing disorders can cause discomfort and affect the pitch, volume and tone of your voice. They can also interfere with your ability to eat and drink, and severe cases can lead to malnutrition. These disorders may result from a dysfunctional esophagus or a condition such as hoarseness, laryngitis, vocal cord paralysis or spasmodic dysphonia. Whether the problem results from misuse, inflammation or growths, we’ve got treatments to restore your voice to normal and improve your ability to swallow.

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Sinus infections are one of the most chronic health complaints in the U.S., causing an estimated 37 million Americans to experience a variety of cold-like symptoms including congestion, runny nose, sneezing, headaches and facial pain or pressure. We have treatment plans that will bring you long-term relief, whether your sinusitis is acute or chronic.

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Illness of your ears, nose & throat can be painful and frustrating, but there’s no measure how much worse it is for your young daughter or son. Not only are pediatric immune systems less able to fight off viruses and infection but they are constantly in dangerous environments filled with bacteria and germs.

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Hearing, Balance, & Skull Base Disorders

Our physicians sub-specialized in Otology & Neurotology treat common conditions such as ringing in the ears (tinnitus), surfer's ear, hearing loss, ear infections, and dizziness. In addition, we provide expertise in the management of skull base tumors, fractures, and spinal fluid leaks.

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Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a chronic sleep disorder associated with snoring and pauses in breathing. Treatment is essential; doing so will eliminate daytime drowsiness and help prevent a number of potentially serious medical complications including heart attack, stroke, high blood pressure and diabetes.

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Inspire Therapy

Inspire therapy is a breakthrough implantable treatment option for people with obstructive sleep apnea who are unable to use or get consistent benefit from continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP).

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