Fu Xiaoyan






ENT Clinic




Dr. Fu Xiaoyan graduated from North China University of Science and Technology in 2005. She completed her Master’s degree in medicine from Guangzhou Medical University in 2008, and has been studying as an M.D. candidate at Southern Medical University since 2018. After completing her standardized residency training at the Southern Theater General Hospital, she served as the associate chief physician of otolaryngology in 2019.

Before joining Guangzhou United Family Hospital, Dr. Fu worked in the Southern Theater Command General Hospital for more than 10 years. She is very skilled at diagnosing and treating common and difficult cases in the department of otolaryngology, especially endoscopic nasal and sinus diseases such as septum correction, radiofrequency ablation of inferior turbinate, middle ear surgery under microscope and otoscope, snoring in children (adenoid hypertrophy, tonsil hypertrophy), tinnitus individualized treatment, and vertigo. Dr. Fu is also able to treat common laryngeal diseases such as vocal cord polypectomy, and stage T1-2 vocal cord tumor cryothermal plasma radiofrequent ablation.

In addition, Dr. Fu has also made many achievements in clinical scientific research. Currently, she is the first author of SCI1 and participated in writing 4 papers and 9 domestic core journals. She has also participated in and obtained one National Natural Science Foundation of China,l and the Guangzhou Science and Technology plan projects. In 2016, Dr. Fu studied otosurgery in Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University for 6 months. Her current research interests include oxidative damage of inner ear caused by noise and bioinformatics of nasopharyngeal carcinoma.

Dr. Fu Xiaoyan currently holds several academic posts at the Youth Committee of Otologists Branch, China Health Care International Exchange Promotion Association. She is a member of the Vertigo Rehabilitation Professional Committee of Hearing and Speech Rehabilitation Branch of the Guangdong Rehabilitation Medical Association.