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About Us

 

Dr Rossouw’s 39 year career in the medical industry includes both public and private sector experience. He qualified at the University of Pretoria in 1979 (MBChB); spent 4 years in the surgical department in Polokwane after which he spent 3 years as General Practitioner in Amersfoort (a small
agricultural town in Mpumalanga).

Dr Rossouw’s interest in ear nose and throat surgery (ENT) was catalyzed by his father – Dr J.T Rossouw (also an ENT), who completed his studies at Edinburgh University and was one of the first surgeons to conduct a stapedectomy (hearing repair surgery) in South Africa.

Dr Rossouw specialized in ENT surgery at the University of Pretoria, attended numerous local and international conferences, courses and workshops. The Garden City Clinic has been “home” to Dr Rossouw for the past 29 years, where he operates with his own team of dedicated scrub sisters;
floor nurses and anaethatists (Dr A. Greeff and Dr P. de Wet). Dr Rossouw and his team have vast experience and special interest in hearing related problems and the surgical correction thereof, including cochlear implant surgery (CI).

Dr Rossouw maintains “a surgeon is only as good as his support team”

LIANA VAN DER NEST

LIANA VAN DER NEST

Practice Manager

DR. DP. ROSSOUW

DR. DP. ROSSOUW

ENT Specialist and Surgeon

RITA GOVENDER

RITA GOVENDER

Reception & General Queries

Our Services

What services we specialise in:

Antrostomy

Antrostomy is a procedure where the maxillary sinuses which are situated underneath the eye, are open to affect the drainage.

Bone Anchored Hearing Aid

A Bone-anchored hearing aid is a type of hearing aid based on bone conduction.

Bronchoscopy

Bronchoscopy is a technique of visualizing the inside of the airways for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes.

Dacryocystor-Rhinostomy

In certain individuals the tear ducts are blocked and the eyes tend to water because the eye secretions cannot drain through into the nose and be swallowed.

Direct Laryngoscopy

With pathology in the throat or larynx, it can be visualised in the surgery with a fibre optic scope.

 

 

Exostosis Removal

The external auditory canal exostosis (plural: exostosis) is characterized hy outgrowths of tone into the external ear canal.

 

Foreign bodies in the ear, nose and airway

Foreign bodies in the ear, nose and breathing tract (airway) sometimes occur in children.

 

Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

Dr Rossouw has done more than 6000 of these operations in the last 25 years.

 

Grommets

A grommet is a small tube inserted into the eardrum in order to keep the middle ear aerated for a prolonged period of time, and to prevent the accumulation of mucus in the middle ear.

Meatoplasty

The external ear canal is often narrowed, either congenitally or due to chronic infection or due to chronic cotton-bud irritation.

Nasal Fracture Reduction

nasal fracture, commonly referred to as a broken nose, is a fracture of the bone or cartilage of the nose or both.

Myringoplasty

The term “myringoplasty” refers to repair of the tympanic membrane alone. There are several options for treating a perforated eardrum.

Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty is a procedure where the structure of the nose is changed. This procedure can be performed for purely cosmetic reasons, or for functional reason or a combination of the two.

Septumplasty

Septoplasty is a corrective surgical procedure done to straighten the nasal septum, the partition between the two nasal cavities.

 

Stapedectomy

A Stapedectomy is a surgical procedure of the middle ear performed to improve hearing.

 

 

Stapedotomy

A modified stapes operation, called a stapedotomy, is thought by many otologic surgeons to be safer and reduce the chances of postoperative complications.

 

Tonsillectomy

A tonsillectomy is a 3,000-year-old surgical procedure in which the tonsils are removed from either side of the throat.

 

 

Tympanoplasty / Mastoidectomy

Tympanoplasty is the surgical operation performed for the reconstruction of the eardrum (tympanic membrane) and/or the small bones of the middle ear (ossicles).

Your Health Starts Here

For more info call our office:

call — +27 (0) 11 839 4418 / 9

“” The smallest bones are the ossicles in the middle ear: the incus, the malleus, and the stapes (also called the anvil, hammer, and stirrup). “”

Better Health Care is Our Mission

+27 (0) 11 839 4418 / 9

dprossouw@samedical.co.za

House 8a, Garden City Hospital, 35 Bartlett Street, Mayfair West, Johannesburg, 2092