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Manuela Fina, MD

HealthPartners Medical and Dental Group


Specialty: Otolaryngology
Gender: Female
Non-English Language(s):  Spanish , Italian , French

Education, Training, and Certifications About Certification
Medical School: Universita di Milano- Italy 1990
Internship in Surgery: Wake Forest University School of Medicine 1996
Internship in Surgery: Washington University School of Medicine 1997
Residency in Otolaryngology: Washington University School of Medicine 2001
Fellowship in Neurotology: Paparella Ear Head & Neck Institute 2002
Certification: Am Bd of Otolaryngology
Clinic Locations

Name City/State Practicing
Specialty
Accepting
Patients
HealthPartners Como Clinic
2500 Como Ave
Saint Paul, MN Ear, Nose & Throat Yes
HealthPartners Specialty Center - Otolaryngology/ENT
401 Phalen Blvd
Saint Paul, MN Ear, Nose & Throat Yes

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Hospital Affiliations

This practitioner has privileges at the following hospitals, but may not routinely admit patients to all hospitals listed. Your practitioner can confirm which hospital(s) care will be provided.
Name City/State
Regions Hospital
640 Jackson St
Saint Paul, MN

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Personal Profile

My primary clinical focus is surgery for chronic ear disease, cholesteatoma , otosclerosis, ossicular chain reconstruction, cochlear implants and implantable hearing devices. I have a special interest in the treatment of sudden hearing loss and diagnosis and management of dizziness, Meniere Disease and other forms of vertigo.

I treat patient of all ages, children and adults and perform endoscopic sinus and middle ear surgery.
I perform endoscopic ear surgery in appropriate patients with chronic middle ear disease and cholesteatoma. With this new advanced endoscopic technique, I can avoid an incision behind the ear, have better visualization and repair the ear drum, remove infection and cholesteatoma with a minimally invasive transcanal approach resulting into less post-operative pain and a quicker recovery.

As an Assistant Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology at the University of Minnesota I enthusiastically enjoy teaching to residents physicians and medical students.

In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my husband and two children bicycling around the Twin Cities lakes or cooking Italian meals at home.

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