• Katherine J. Roberts, PA-C
  • Viktoria Graham, PA
  • Colleen Pszczolkowski, PA

Howard N. Barrow, MD FACS has been practicing Otolaryngology (ENT) in the community since 1992, caring for patients in his offices in Fort Myers, Cape Coral and Lehigh Acres, as well as having maintained active staff privileges at all of the hospital systems, countywide. Dr. Barrow attended Columbia University, majoring in Biology, and graduated Summa Cum Laude. He went to medical school at Cornell University Medical College, where he ranked amongst the top three students of his graduating class. Otolaryngology residency was completed at Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, after which he chose to relocate to Lee County to practice and raise his family. He has participated in research and published several papers and wrote chapters in medical texts.

Dr. Barrow chose to leave the academic centers in New York in order to apply his training, serving patients within the community in a private practice setting.

He has been with Ear, Nose, and Throat Specialists of Florida, the longest tenured ENT practice in Lee County, since moving to the area in 1992. He evaluates both adult and pediatric patients with a wide variety of disorders of the ear, nose and throat, and treats them both medically and surgically as necessary. This encompasses nasal and sinus problems, ear disease, and throat issues. He also has extensive experience dealing with cancer of the head and neck, having trained with attending surgeons and fellows at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan. Dr. Barrow continues to maintain his training and experience with up to date, state of the art, treatment modalities of the nose and sinuses. These techniques involve less invasive, in-office treatments that formally would have only been performed in a hospital setting. Dr. Barrow loves living in Southwest Florida, experiencing and participating in its substantial growth through the years. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, travelling, skiing, and playing golf, tennis, and racquetball. Dr. Barrow is currently accepting new patients at his two office locations in Cape Coral and Lehigh Acres.

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Since 2003, Dr. McKenna has been providing superior Ear, Nose and Throat care to the residents of Southwest Florida. Year after year, Dr. McKenna has been considered to be one of the most caring, innovative and effective ENT surgeons in the greater area. Patients travel from around Lee County, as well as from Charlotte, Sarasota, Hendry and Collier counties to receive care from Dr. McKenna. After growing up in upstate New York, Dr. McKenna began his education at the University of Notre Dame. After graduating from Notre Dame, he obtained a Master’s Degree in Anatomy, Neuroanatomy and Cell Biology and from Albany Medical College in Albany, NY. Dr. McKenna was excited to remain at AMC to obtain his Doctor of Medicine where he graduated at the top of his class and received special honors designations in all of his classroom courses and clinical rotations. He also was honored with entrance into the highly selective Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society.

Dr. McKenna chose to specialize in Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, commonly called ENT. He was selected by Jefferson University Hospital to perform his surgical training. This highly regarded clinical program allowed Dr. McKenna to complete his training with nearly three times the number of surgical procedures as most ENT residents. This training also included extensive concentrations in the innovative management of sinus and nasal disease, pediatric surgery and head and neck cancer.

When Dr. McKenna arrived In Fort Myers, he brought with him the many innovations that he learned at Jefferson. This included introducing the area to the latest 3-Dimensional Navigation Systems for ENT surgery. Since then, he has continued to provide this high level of surgical technique allowing for precision, speed and minimally invasive techniques. These procedures can be performed in the office, outpatient surgical center or in the hospital, allowing Dr. McKenna to tailor care to each individual patient’s needs. In his free time, Dr. McKenna spends his time with his beautiful wife that he first met as a young undergrad. He also enjoys tennis, fine wine, and travel, mostly to visit his now adult children.

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Dr. Casey’s journey to become a surgeon had both a thorough education, and a special interest in the advancement of medical research. His post-secondary education began at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where he studied Biomedical Engineering. He filled his spare time primarily with research and sports. Dr. Casey was an NCAA athlete while in college, excelling on his school’s tennis team. While playing both singles and doubles, he also received the honor of NCAA Scholar Athlete for all four years of his college education. As for his research interests, he was a major part of a study on tissue engineering at the RPI Center for Biotechnology. After graduating with honors, Justin decided to leave engineering and instead enter into the medical profession. In a desire to be closer to family and be true to his Seminoles, he attended the Florida State University College of Medicine. After finding good mentorship and taking an interest in ENT, he again gravitated toward a challenging research path, studying patterns of treatment failure in life threatening head and neck infections in children.

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The Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists of Florida are proud to welcome Rob Kopp, MD. A native of Buffalo, NY, Dr. Kopp developed a keen interest in the impactful efforts of a surgeon at a young age when his baby sister was saved by the hands of an otolaryngology surgeon. He attended Saint Lawrence University as an undergraduate coupling a pre-medical curriculum with an economics major. Economics complemented his interest in medicine as the discipline attempts to understand the decisions people make. When not in the classroom, his time was spent on the field as a varsity lacrosse player. Working as a team to achieve common goals is a core guiding principle of Dr. Kopp’s and one that is imperative in each of his patient interactions. He graduated with honors and commenced his medical education at Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY.

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Dr. John Neiner was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. He completed his undergraduate degree with honors at the University of Notre Dame and his medical degree at the Medical College of Georgia, one of the founding institutions of “patient-family centered care.” Dr. Neiner learned that the disease process affects not just the patient but also their family, friends, and social circles. All these aspects must be addressed to adequately combat an illness. Dr. Neiner completed a 5 year residency in Otolaryngology/Head and Neck surgery (ENT) at Louisiana State University – Shreveport, a high-volume surgical institution. As a result, he is proficient in the traditional adult and pediatric ENT surgery and trained in the disorders of the ears, sinuses, allergies, oral cavity, voice, facial trauma, head and neck, and facial plastic surgeries.

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Dr. Benedict was born and raised in Seattle Washington. He enjoyed being a student-athlete throughout his childhood as a competitive gymnast in the Junior Olympic Program. He transitioned to competitive cheerleading at University of Central Florida where he received an athletic scholarship and a Bachelor Degree in Biological Sciences. After graduating with honors He then completed his Medical Doctorate at University of South Florida in Tampa. He enjoys treating his patient’s immediate medical needs but also their emotional, physical and social wellness. He completed his 5 year Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery Residency at Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk Virginia. Dr. Benedict’s clinical interests include voice disorders, vocal cord paralysis, and sinonasal disease.

Katherine J. Roberts, PA-C

Katherine graduated from Edgewood College, a private college in Madison, WI with a double major including Business and Biology with a pre-medicine focus in 2001. She went on to attend Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, FL and earned her degrees in Physician Assistant studies and a Master’s degree in Medical Science in 2004. Upon graduating from PA school, she continued to work in Fort Lauderdale and joined an orthopedic spine specialty practice where she managed chronic pain and assisted in surgery. She went on to work for an otolaryngology practice in central Florida for which she obtained additional training under an otologist for one year before his retirement. She has continued to enjoy being an ear, nose and throat PA since 2006. She cares from patients pediatric to elderly with kindness, concern, compassion, and respect.

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Nicole Walstein Keller earned her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science from Philadelphia University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She has been published in the Allergy Proceedings and the Annals of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunotherapy.

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Viktoria Graham, PA

Viktoria graduated from Eastern European National University in Ukraine with B. A. in Foreign Languages in 2007. She went on to attend Nova Southeastern University and earned her Master of Medical Science in Physician Assistant in 2016.

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Colleen Pszczolkowski, PA

Colleen earned her Bachelor’s degree in Nutritional Sciences at the University of Florida. She then received a Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Florida State University.

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