Dr. Loury is board certified in Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery. He received his medical degree from the University of Colorado and completed residency at the renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Loury remained on the Hopkins medical faculty and pursued research and clinical interests in sinus and nasal diseases.
He is a nationally recognized expert in sinus and nasal illnesses and has taught numerous sinus courses both at Hopkins and other institutions in the United States and abroad. He brings the same desire for excellence into the treatment of hearing, balance, voice, snoring, swallowing disorders, and management of benign and malignant growths in the head and neck.
Dr. Loury is a member of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery, Christian Medical Dental Associations, American Rhinologic Society, American College of Surgeons, and Colorado ENT Society, Larimer County Medical Society, Denver Medical Society, Colorado ENT Society. He also spends time working at the Surgery Center of Fort Collins and Christ Clinic.
He was named as one of the Best Doctors in America after being chosen by other physicians as one who they would want to manage their own or their family’s ENT problems. He is also a Castle Connolly Top Doctor, and is currently the only otolaryngologist listed north of the Denver metropolitan area..
Dr. Natalie Phillips joined Advanced Otolaryngology, P.C. in January 2010 after relocating to Fort Collins from Seattle, WA. Dr. Phillips received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder, her master’s degree from the University of Hawaii, and her Doctorate of Audiology Degree from the University of Florida.
She is board certified in audiology and is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and committee member of the American Board of Audiology.
Dr. Phillips has experience developing early hearing detection programs for newborn infants in various hospitals throughout the state of Texas. Her work then took her to Southern California, where she collaborated with a neurotologist, taking over the practice of Dr. William House, a renowned otolaryngologist who developed the first cochlear implant. She has participated in various research studies within the field of audiology, including cochlear implants, tinnitus devices, and a fully implantable hearing system. Dr. Phillips is particularly interested in tinnitus and sound sensitivity, and has been providing therapy options to patients for the past sixteen years. Dr. Phillips has also served on the board for the Colorado Academy of Audiology.
Dr. Phillips is married to her husband, a strength and conditioning coach with Colorado State University. They currently reside in Fort Collins with their two children.