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Mr Rajeev George Mathew

Ear, nose and throat surgery 06149252

  • Fee assured
  • Open Referral network
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Fee assured
Open Referral network

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  • Face-to-face consultations
  • Video and telephone consultations

About me

Rajeev Mathew is a consultant ENT surgeon at The Manor Hospital and John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.

Rajeev graduated in medicine with a triple first from Cambridge University and Distinction from University College London in 2006. He completed his surgical training in adult and paediatric ENT in London, including centres such as Guy's and St Thomas', St George's Hospital and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children. In 2019, he was awarded a PhD in hearing research from University College London. After completing his training in London, he undertook a further 2-year advanced fellowship in otology, hearing implantation and skull base surgery at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge.

Rajeev sees both children and adults with a range of ear, nose and throat problems. This includes problems with hearing, ear infections, perforated ear drum, tinnitus, dizziness, nasal blockage, nose bleeds, recurrent tonsillitis, and voice problems.

Areas of interest

Otology - ear pain, hearing problems, tinnitus, ear infections, cholesteatoma, dizziness. Hearing implantation - bone conduction and cochlear implants for hearing loss. Lateral skull base surgery
- cerebrospinal fluid leak, acoustic neuroma/vestibular schwannoma.

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Procedures completed

  • E2501

    Fibre optic examination of the pharynx +/- biopsy/removal of foreign body - (1-5)

  • E0380

    Nasal septum cauterisation (and bilateral) - (1-5)

  • E1780

    Diagnostic endoscopy of sinus and bilateral (as sole procedure) - (1-5)

  • D0702

    Aural toilet (including microsuction and/or suction of exteriorised mastoid cavity) including bilateral - (1-5)

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