Dr. Gregory Boger
Dr. Gregory Boger is a board-certified Ear Nose and Throat physician (Otolaryngologist) in solo practice and practicing in Orlando since 2001. His practice is in General Otolaryngology with special interest in the treatment of Allergy and Sinus disease. He received a BA from Brown University and completed his medical training at Albany Medical College (MD, cum laude, 1996) and Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia.
As a General Otolaryngologist, Dr. Boger treats conditions as diverse as hearing loss, allergies, pediatric conditions, voice disorders, and thyroid disease.
While his practice covers all aspects of Ear Nose and Throat care, Dr. Boger has developed an interest and talent for treating allergy and sinus problems. His approach is to customize treatment based on patient history, diagnostic testing, and perhaps most importantly, patient preference.
All treatment options, including medication, allergy therapy, surgery, and non-medical alternatives are discussed. Dr. Boger’s approach: “The patient is involved in their care plan and treatment every step of the way.”
An exciting new option for treating sinus problems is the dilation of the sinus openings using a small balloon catheter. The procedure can be done in the office under local anesthesia with a mild sedative if desired. Dr. Boger is enthusiastic about the procedure’s effectiveness because: “The recovery time is much faster than standard sinus surgery, and the results have been excellent. This is a great option and treats sinus problems quickly and directly, with minimal time off from work and activities.”
Dr. Boger and his caring, professional staff, Mary and Sherri, strive to provide service that is a cut above what you might find in a physician’s office. All phone calls are returned promptly, and same-day or next-day work-ins can often be arranged. “I really enjoy my work, and that is reflected in how I treat my patients,” says Dr. Boger. “I want every patient who sees me — from babies to seniors — to feel that I truly listened to their history and formulated a treatment plan based on their problems. I don’t believe in ‘cookie cutter’ medicine.”
But he does believe in being on time. “It’s important to respect my patients’ time the way I would want them to respect mine. And if I am running late, everyone gets their time. No one leaves feeling rushed.”
And the other thing that sets Dr. Boger apart: “My name,” he laughs. “It’s just perfect for ENT!”
Awards & Affiliations
- Patients’ Choice 5th Anniversary Award (2014)
- Patient’s Choice Award (2008, 2010-2015)On-Time Doctor Award (2015)
- Compassionate Doctor Recognition (2011-2012, 2014-2015)
- UCF College of Medicine, Instructor (2010-present)