My name is Moshe Ephrat. I’m an otolaryngologist, which is a surgeon that specializes in diseases of the ear, nose and throat. I’ve been in practice for over 20 years. I started medical school in New York at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and then advanced to performing my residency in Long Island and ultimately being awarded a fellowship in facial, plastic and reconstructive surgery. I’ve been in practice for over 20 years. And my practice now mainly concentrates on rhinology, which really involves diseases of the nose and sinuses. Most of my patients who come to see me have difficulty breathing, have nasal congestion, have sinus problems and are looking for ways to relieve their symptoms. My practice involves both in office minimally invasive procedures, as well as taking patients for larger surgeries under general anesthesia.