Sinus Pain

Is Sinus Pain Affecting Your
Quality of Life?

Nasal Drainage. Pressure. Congestion. Sore Throat. Stagnation.

You know all the symptoms. You’ve been suffering for months, or even years. Painful sinus swelling is known as sinusitis, and it can be a persistent, chronic condition. When swelling occurs, the sinuses are blocked, preventing drainage, which can lead to viruses, bacteria and fungus growth inside the sinus cavities.

The Chronic Sinus Infection Cycle

At Lubbock Sinus Doctor Adult & Pediatric ENT, we believe in a unique, patient-centered approach to Ear, Nose and Throat treatment. This begins with patient education.

There are three types of sinusitis: acute, chronic or recurrent acute.

Acute sinusitis symptoms endure for 10 to 12 days, and resolve in four weeks or less.

When symptoms persist beyond 3 months, this is known as chronic sinusitis. Symptoms include persistent nasal discharge, fever, coughing, puffy eyes upon waking, and bad breath.
When patients experience four or more episodes or outbreaks in a single year, this indicates that they are suffering from recurrent acute sinusitis. Sufferers will experience a cycle of outbreaks, followed by relief, only to start the cycle over again.

End the cycle of failed medications and antibiotic treatments.

You don’t have to live in a state of misery. Relief is possible. LEARN HOW.

Texas Sinus Sufferers:
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Sinusitis affects over 35 million Americans every year.
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