Breathing is, really, something we take for granted – until there is a problem and you just aren’t breathing as you should be. Nevada Sinus Relief is here for you if sinus issues are keeping you from working, playing, and even relaxing. Read on for more information about how Nevada Sinus Relief can help you!
What conditions does Nevada Sinus Relief treat?
You may not know exactly what the problem is or what is causing it, but you know something just isn’t right, and the problem doesn’t seem to be going away on its own. You may have:
• A sinus condition. This is a catch-all term that includes deviated nasal septum (a bend in the cartilage and bone that divides the nose), nasal polyps (growths in the nasal passages and the sinuses), and nasal valve collapse (obstruction of airflow in the nose because of the “collapse” of the nasal wall).
• Sinus headaches, a headache that comes with pressure above the eyes or around the cheeks.
• Chronic sinus infections. These may be caused by nasal polyps or a swelling of the lining of the inside of the sinuses. It can make it difficult to breathe through your nose and can make the area around your eyes feel tender and painful.
• A snoring problem, which can be caused by a deviated septum, polyps, or an obstruction in the throat.
How are these conditions treated?
The first step to treatment is a thorough examination and other tests to determine exactly what the problem is. A nasal endoscopy or computed tomography (CT) scan may be performed. Once your condition is diagnosed, a treatment will be recommended, such as endoscopic sinus surgery, balloon sinus dilation, nasal polyp removal, or nasal tissue cryoablation. These treatments can be done in your doctor’s office, are minimally invasive, and are done with the most advanced techniques available today.
If you often have sinus headaches or you have found that it is becoming more and more difficult to breathe comfortably, Nevada Sinus Relief can help. You don’t have to live with the pain and trouble that comes with sinus problems. Call the Las Vegas, NV, office at 702-213-6468 for an appointment today!