Alison Maresh, MD
Advice for ear tube surgery?We just had a really positive experience with Dr. Alison Maresh, at Cornell: https://weillcornell.org/ammaresh My 3.5yo had ear tubes put in last month. Dr. Maresh was the ENT who saw him and she also did the surgery, which was very easy. Her office is in Lower Manhattan, and the surgery was done at Cornell on the UES.
ISO dr. Recommendation for tongue ties babyI highly recommend Dr. Maresh at Weill Cornell. We recently saw her and it turned out our baby didn’t have a tie, so can’t speak to the surgery part, but the person who first recommended her did the release with her and was satisfied. What I can tell from my experience is that she’s extremely competent, straight-forward, and professional. I think you and your baby will be in great hands!
Searching for Pediatric ENTMy son also sees Dr. Alison Maresh at Weill-Cornell (Dr. Modi is there too) and we love her. My son was having chronic ear infections on top of virus-induced asthma and she was the first specialist to really listen to me and start to get my son the help he needs. She even helped us narrow down our list of pulmonologists when we needed a better one. I told her recently that she changed our lives during a dark time and I really meant it.
Pediatric Otolaryngology ReferralI second the recommendation for Dr. Alison Maresh. She's absolutely wonderful. If surgery is needed, you'll be in great hands. She performed our sons tubes surgery 2 years ago and we felt very taken care of by her and everyone at Weill Cornell. We'd been seeing two rather dismissive specialists at the time for our son's ear infections and respiratory issues. Meeting Dr. Maresh was a huge game changer for us. I liked her so much I changed my son's pulmonologist to someone in her network so they could share notes.
Pediatric Otolaryngology ReferralI have no experience with this problem, but I can recommend a great ENT. My daughter sees Dr. Alison M. Maresh at Weill Cornell (they have an office in Lower Manhattan).
ISO pediatric ENTI second the suggestion of Dr. Alison Maresh at Weill Cornell. We had a very dismissive and rather judgey ENT before her, and she really changed the course of my son's treatment for both is chronic ear infections and his virus-induced asthma.
ISO pediatric ENTWe saw Dr. Maresh at Weil Cornell and really liked her. She had great bedside manner.
ENT recommendationWe love Dr. Alison Maresh at Weill Cornell. Dr. Modi is in the same office and he is highly regarded as well. Good luck!
ENT specialist for toddler adenoid issuesWe also love Dr Alison Maresh. My daughter just had her adenoid and turbinates reduced by her 2 weeks ago and had her tonsils out by Dr Maresh's partner Dr Moody about 4 years ago (he no longer takes our insurance). My younger son is going in for an adenoid evaluation shortly. New patients and surgical follow prep and follow up appts need to go to the UES office but with the 2nd Ave subway Q stop it isn't so bad from our area- and you get to see the great mosaics in the station. In addition to loving the doctor I cannot say enough good things about the new ambulatory center (across the street from the Cornell Presbyterian hospital) where she had the surgery. When you arrive someone greats you and walks you through the kiosk registration. Then we were directed to our floor and was immediately brought back to a private room where my daughter was prepped for surgery and then came back to after for post op recovery. The nurses were right outside the rooms. Th social worker that helps calm nerves and talks to the kids pre surgery was wonderful. There is even a pharmacy there that charges pharmacy not hospital prices and someone came up to deliver 2 bottles of nasal spray and take a credit card payment for $3. Each step of the way you also get a text. So while I was in the operating room until my daughter was no longer conscious that wasn't when surgery began. I received a text when it began and when it ended.
ENT specialist for toddler adenoid issuesWe LOVE Dr. Alison Maresh at Weill Cornell. She has a downtown office just off the Fulton Street stop so that's pretty convenient for us. We see her for ear infections and respiratory issues. We had a very positive experience with her and my son's ear tubes surgery at Weill Cornell Hospital. Before meeting Dr. Maresh, I had seen two very dismissive specialists for my son's issues, and it was such a relief to meet someone so nice and so dedicated to helping my son get better.
Frequent bloody nose- ENTI second, third, and fourth the recommendation for Dr. Alison Maresh. My son sees her for ear infections and croup and she's fantastic. The commute to her office in downtown Manhattan is pretty easy as it's close to the Fulton Street station.
Frequent bloody nose- ENTI highly recommend Dr Alison Maresh at Weill Cornell, unfortunately she's not in BK but is downtown so pretty accessible.
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