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Mr Glenn Watson

I am a fully qualified Otolaryngologist, otherwise known as an Ear, Nose and Throat, Head and Neck Surgeon.

I completed a science degree with Honours and subsequently a medical degree at Monash University, Melbourne. Following my graduation from medicine in 1989, I trained as a Resident and Registrar at the Alfred Hospital and subsequently Monash Medical Centre.

Thereafter, I trained in ear, nose and throat, head and neck surgery gaining my Fellowship to the College of Ear, Nose and Throat, Head and Neck Surgery in 2000.

I was appointed as a Specialist ENT Surgeon at the Western Network Hospitals in 2000 and maintained this commitment until 2015.

I carry out private operations at the Epworth Freemasons, The Avenue and Western Private Hospitals. In addition to this, I maintain my commitment to country Victoria by consulting at The Healthcare Centre (Morwell) and operating at The Latrobe Regional Hospital (Traralgon). I have maintained this appointment since the year 2000 and continue to provide this service to the Latrobe Valley.

In working at these hospitals, I am involved in the training of medical students and up and coming ear, nose and throat surgeons. My special interest is Paediatric Otolaryngology, Nasal Surgery and in particular Endoscopic Sinus Surgery as well as the treatment of patients with Vertigo (dizziness).

I have rooms in Yarraville (Western suburbs) as well as Morwell. I am married with three children.

In my Practice I most commonly see patients with the following problems:


Paediatric – Otolaryngology

  • Children who snore, mouth breath and have sleep apnoea (pauses in breathing whilst sleeping)
  • Recurrent tonsillitis
  • Runny nose
  • Hearing difficulties
  • Recurrent Otitis Media (ear infections)
  • Learning difficulties, developmental delays, behavioural problems
  • Bat ear correction
  • Hoarse voice
  • Nasal bleeding


Adult Nasal Problems


Adult Throat

  • Hoarse voice or voice changes
  • Swallowing problems
  • Sore throats
  • Tonsillitis
  • Quinsy
  • Smoking related problems such as Cancer of the voice box or throat


Head and Neck

  • Lumps in the neck
  • Face, neck, ear and head pain



  • Patients with dizziness or Vertigo (sensation of themselves or the room spinning around)
  • Tinnitus (noise heard in either one ear or both ears)