University of Wisconsin

 Dr. Friedland is a board-certified otolaryngologist head and neck surgeon with fellowship training at Johns Hopkins University in adult and pediatric otology, neuro-otology, and skull base surgery.

He has specialized training in surgery for hearing restoration including the placement of cochlear implants, bone-anchored aids, brainstem implants, and implantable hearing aids. He also has extensive training in treating tumors of the skull base such as acoustic neuroma, vestibular schwannoma and glomus tumors. He has tremendous experience and expertise with treating ear diseases such as cholesteatoma and chronic ear infections.

Other clinical activities include the diagnosis and treatment of balance and vestibular disorders including Ménière's disease, vestibular migraine, positional vertigo, and superior canal dehiscence. He also is the medical director of the tinnitus program for evaluation and management of "ringing in the ears."

Dr. Friedland's practice style reflects the team approach to providing you with the best care. Our specialized programs ensure that you will be seen expeditiously by the most appropriate professionals to diagnose, treat and manage your otologic problems. Our evaluation process includes evaluation by Doctors of Audiology, Advanced Practice Nurse Practitioners and Certified Vestibular Therapists.

Dr. Friedland believes education is a major key to treatment and will patiently explain your diagnosis and treatment options in everyday terms using models and diagrams for clarity.