Board Certifications

  • Otolaryngology
  • Otology & Neurotology



Ear International Foundation
Otology & Neurotology
Los Angeles, CA


Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, TX

Baylor College of Medicine
General Surgery
Houston, TX


University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
General Surgery
Iowa City, IA

Medical School

Baylor College of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
Houston, TX

Undergraduate School

Austin College
Bachelor of Arts
Sherman, TX

Professional Associations

American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery

American Neurotology Society

Otolaryngology Division, Past President

Tarrant County Otolaryngology Society, Past President (1987 – 1992)

Texas Medical Association

Triological Society


“Hearing Loss in Prosthetically Treated Cleft Palate Adults.” Archives of Otolaryngology (1976): Anthony, P.F.

“Recurrent Fibrous Dysplasia.” Archives of Otolaryngology (1976): Anthony, P.F.

“Cochlear Nerve Degeneration Coincident With Adreno-cerebroleukodystrophy.” Archives of Otolaryngology (1976): Anthony, P.F.

“A New Parameter In Brain Stem Evoked Response: Component Wave Areas.” Laryngoscope (1979): Anthony, P.F., Durrett, R.; Pulec, J.; and Harstone, J.

“Surgical Treatment of External Auditory Canal Cholesteatoma.” Laryngoscope (1982): Anthony, P.F., and Anthony, W.P.

“How I Do It – Otology, and Neurotology, A Rapid ENG Mounting Technique.” Laryngoscope (1983): Anthony, P.F.; Clarkson, S.L.; Howell, S.M.

“Electrocochleogram Associated With Semi-circular Canal Lasing.” Proceedings of the Conference on Research in Otolaryngology Amsterdam/New York (1990): Kugler Publications, pp. 122-124. Anthony, P.F., and Ackley, S.

“Laser Opening of the Labyrinth. K.I. Arenburg (Ed): Inner Ear Surgery” Amsterdam/New York (1991): Kugler Publications, pp. 349-352. Anthony, P.F., and Ackley, S.

“Partitioning of the Labyrinth: Application in Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo.” American Journal of Otolaryngology (1991): Anthony, P.F.

“Labyrinthotomy with streptomycin infusion–early results of a multicenter study.” American Journal of Otolaryngology (1992): Monsell, E.M., Shelton, C., Anthony, P.F., Bojrab, D.I., Brackmann, D.E., Clemis, J.C., Hambley, W.B., Lee, K-J., Millen, S. J., Pappas, D.G., Schwaber, M.L., Silverstein, H., Wehrs, R.E.

“Partitioning of the Labyrinth for the Treatment of Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo. Operative Techniques in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery” 3: 274-275 (1992): Anthony, P.F.

“Partitioning the Labyrinth for Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo: Clinical and Histologic Findings.” AAmerican Journal of Otolaryngology (1993): Anthony, P.F.

“Partitioning the labyrinth to preserve hearing during labyrinthectomy. Current Opinion in Otolaryngology & Head and Neck Surgery” 2: 409-415, (1994): Anthony, P.F.

“Utricular Macular Ablation for Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo.” Ear Nose and Throat Journal 17 (1996): Anthony, P.F.

“Laser Applications in Inner Ear Surgery, in Lasers in Clinics of Otolaryngology, Lou Reinisch and Robert H Ossoff, editors.” Otolaryngologic Clinics of North America
(1996): (W. B. Saunders Company, Philadephia, PA) Chapter 12. Anthony, P.F.

Academic Appointment

Vanderbilt University
Otology Visiting Professor, Department of Otolaryngology


Philip F. Anthony, MD specializes in Otology and Neurotology. A native of Fort Worth, he grew up around hearing healthcare – Dr. Anthony’s father began practicing otology in Fort Worth in 1951. In 1978, he took over his father’s practice and has been providing ear care to North Texas since that time. Dr. Anthony brought hearing nerve tumor surgery and pediatric cochlear implants to Fort Worth and is the national leader in the area of laser surgery of the inner ear. Married to his wife, MaryAnne, he has two grown children, Amy and Philip.