Only 50% or half of ear pain symptoms are from the ear. Otalgia or ear pain needs to be evaluated by your family doctor or Ear, Nose and Throat specialist. Dr. Jim Yohanan, an ENT physician, shares his expertise on diagnosing ear pain.
Chronic ear pressure, plugging and even pain can come from a Eustachian Tube Dysfunction. This condition is most common with a neck or cervical problem. Other symptoms include tinnitus or ringing, headaches, and neck pain and stiffness. Here are two people sharing their story.
What is the cause of ear pressure, plugging and pain? This video explains an Eustachian Tube Dysfunction and the causes. Most ear pressure issues that are persistent are because of muscle tension to the neck and throat.