Terence Edward (Ted) Imbery
Department of Surgery
Terence Edward (Ted) Imbery is an otolaryngologist specializing in otology and neurotology. He treats adults and children with a wide array of ear-related problems. His clinical expertise includes cochlear implantation, lateral skull base surgery (vestibular schwannoma), treatment of the congenital absence of an ear canal (aural atresia), and management of chronic ear disease (cholesteatoma). He is also interested in noise-induced hearing loss, outcomes after cochlear implantation, and single-sided hearing loss.
His medical findings have been presented at national and local meetings, and published in such journals as Otology & Neurotology and Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery.
Imbery obtained his MD at Virginia Commonwealth University, followed by residency training at the SUNY (State University of New York) Upstate Medical University and a fellowship in otology/neurotology at the University of Virginia. He holds a bachelor’s degree in neuroscience from the College of William & Mary and has completed additional training in advanced cochlear implantation techniques and gamma knife radiosurgery for treatment of skull base tumors.