Children's Hospital Colorado
Matthew Clary, MD

Matthew Clary, MD

Specialties:
Otolaryngology
Conditions:
Head and Neck Cancer, Surgical Endoscopy, Gastroesophageal Reflux, Vocal Cord Paralysis, Professional Voice Problems
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specialties:

Otolaryngology

conditions:

Head and Neck Cancer, Surgical Endoscopy, Gastroesophageal Reflux, Vocal Cord Paralysis, Professional Voice Problems, Hoarseness, Dysphagia (Trouble Swallowing), Tracheostomy Dependence, Respiratory Disease

Meet Matthew Clary, MD

I provide individualized care, with the highest level of integrity, to each patient affected by voice, swallowing, and airway disorders. I bring cutting edge knowledge and techniques to patient care. Most importantly, I approach patient care with a team philosophy that incorporates the patient, family, and other healthcare practitioners into the decision making process.

Get to know his background

My clinical interests include treatment of voice disorders, complex dysphagia (difficulty swallowing), endoscopic management of laryngeal cancers, airway reconstruction, and diseases of the upper airway. I am also interested in office based laryngeal, airway, and swallowing interventions.

Undergraduate 1997

Miami University

Medical Education 2006

The Ohio State University

Internship 2008

George Washington University

Residency 2011

Thomas Jefferson University

Fellowship 2012

University of California, San Francisco

For Patients:
My research interests include all areas of laryngology including voice, swallowing, early laryngeal cancers, and upper airway disorders. I have a particular interest in medical and surgical management of airway disorders including tracheal/subglottic stenosis, vocal fold paralysis, and posterior glottic stenosis.
For Referring Providers:
My research interests include all areas of laryngology including voice, swallowing, early laryngeal cancers, and upper airway disorders. I have a particular interest in medical and surgical management of airway disorders including tracheal/subglottic stenosis, vocal fold paralysis, and posterior glottic stenosis.
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