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You might think that problems with swallowing are only the domain of infants, but adults can also develop the issue for various reasons. If you’re finding swallowing difficult, read on to learn more.
As serious medical conditions go, nasal polyps may not rank terribly high, but they can be problematic. Here’s a look at these common growths and what we can do if they grow past the nuisance phase.
Sniffling, sneezing, wheezing, rashes — you’ve developed some symptoms that lead you to believe you’ve joined the millions of Americans with allergies. Your next step is to come see us for testing.
You’re undergoing sinus surgery to improve your breathing and are anxious to get to your final results. Recovering from sinus surgery requires a little patience, which pays off when you can breathe freely.
One-third of kids get a sore throat at least once a year, so it’s safe to say that sore throats are just part of childhood. Persistent, frequent, and/or painful sore throats, however, are not, and here’s what might be behind them.
Allergic rhinitis — the word for an allergic reaction involving your nose and, more often than not, congestion. If you’re struggling with constant congestion, testing for allergies is a good place to start.