Stuart Ort, MD

3663 Route 9 North Suite 102 Old Bridge, NJ, 08857
  • Dr. Ort, fellowship trained in Neurotology-Skull Base Surgery, comes to ENTA from the California Ear Institute in Palo Alto, California. He is board certified in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery with a special interest in Otology, Neurotology and Skull Base Surgery. He received his undergraduate degree from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in 1999 and his medical doctorate from Penn State University in 2003, where he then completed his residency training in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery in 2008. He completed a fellowship in Neurotology-Skull Base Surgery at the California Ear Institute in 2010. Dr. Ort will provide medical and surgical care for a full spectrum of ear and balance related disorders, and is also currently involved in a number of clinical research projects.

Recent Reviews

  1. Shari
    "He was o.k."
    I saw Dr. Ort when he was practicing in CA. He diagnosed me. I only saw him a few times as he moved about a year after I first saw him. I liked his manner. He listens well. He seemed to respect my opinion. He didn't seem to have a god-complex. When I wanted off beta histine after a big study came out that showed it was ineffective he was fine with that although he thought it was effective. I asked to be put on antivirals and he said he had never prescribed those for MD before but he was game. He wasn't around long enough to tell him that the antivirals gave me my life back. I was a little upset that I wasn't told he was leaving so I could schedule a final appt. I'm not sure if that was under his control as he was part of a big clinic. But still, I think if he had wanted to he could have and would have. I'd see him again.
    1. travelershe
      Maybe do a tele or video appointment with him?
      travelershe, May 7, 2020


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