- Company: Richmond ENT
- Phone: 804 330 5501
- Cell: 804 437 3687
- Fax: 804 272 4504
- Website: www.RichmondENT.com
Specialty 1: Otolaryngology
Specialty 2: Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Specialty Focus: Dr. Armstrong is double board-certified in otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat) and in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. Areas of clinical expertise include allergic rhinitis, nasal obstruction, sinusitis, facial trauma, hearing loss, tinnitus, and vertigo. Specialty diagnostic tests include nasal endoscopy, skin allergy testing, sinus and temporal bone CT scans, UPSIT smell testing, audiometry, tympanometry, otoacoustic emissions, and video nystagmography (VNG).
Medical School: Duke University Medical School/Residency training at Johns Hopkins
Years in Practice: 22Experience:
- 10 years performing IMEs
- 5 IMEs performed
- Deposed/Testified 20 times
Dr. Armstrong graduated summa cum laude from Princeton University in 1985, and AOA from Duke University Medical School in 1989. He trained at Johns Hopkins Hospital from 1989 to 1995. He is the founder of Richmond ENT, where he practices full time with a special interest in diseases of the nose and sinuses. Dr. Armstrong was a consultant, scientist and instructor in the recent development of balloon sinus dilation technologies, and is currently a principle investigator in several clinical trials involving new treatments for sinusitis and for ear infections. Dr. Armstrong is actively involved in the ENT training of family practice physicians and holds the title of Assistant Clinical Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University. Dr. Armstrong is an experienced expert witness who has performed independent medical examinations in cases of alleged hearing loss, tinnitus and vertigo following motor vehicle accidents, occupational noise and military blast injuries. He has provided expert medical review and testimony in cases involving complications of nasal and sinus surgery, complications of tonsillectomy, delayed cancer diagnoses, inadequate management of skin cancers, neglect and abuse of prisoners, operating room fires, facial nerve injuries, throat abscesses, strangulation injuries, and vocal cord trauma.