Mr. Anthony Owa is a consultant ENT surgeon at the Queen's Hospital, Romford, U.K., part of Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust, London.
He was born in London, U.K. He had his primary medical training in Benin, Nigeria. He returned shortly after qualifying to undergo specialist training in ENT in London. He worked in the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital where he had specialist training in allergies and sinus related diseases. He also worked at the National Hospital for Neurological and Neurosurgical diseases where he trained in ear and brain conditions relating to ENT surgery which includes balance related problems.
Mr. Owa has also worked in the USA where he was awarded the 2002 American Neurotological Society Fellows' award, one of the few Non American trained recipients of the award.
He sees both children and adults, specialising in complex ear diseases, particularly patients with balance problems, snoring and sinus (nose) related disease. He also sees patients with voice-related problems, salivary gland disease as well as general ENT problems e.g. Chronic Tonsillitis.
Mr. Owa has designed a grommet used in the treatment of children with otitis media (glue ear).