HOUSTON – It's allergy season and coughing, runny nose, congestion among many more symptoms are bound to happen, but it could be something more serious.
“What do allergies do? They cause nasal congestion. If you have that recurring over and over again, it blocks your sinuses, and when your sinuses get blocked, you end up retaining fluid and getting infections,” said Dr. Robert Palmer with American Sinus Institute.
American Sinus Institute is the leading clinic specializing in balloon sinuplasty, a minimally invasive in-office procedure for treating chronic sinusitis.
“The beauty about what we’re doing with this procedure is it’s not surgery. We’re reestablishing ventilation, the pressure inside your sinus has to be the same as it is in the room you are in. If you’re congested and you block those sinuses, that’s why people get into trouble,” - Dr. Robert Palmer.
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