Video: Dr. Oz Show – First 3D High Definition Septoplasty/Sinusitis Nasal Evaluation Performed on TV
Children at high risk for complications from sinusitis include those with immune-compromise (obvious), but also less-obvious diagnoses, including: diabetes, cystic fibrosis, sickle cell disease, and ciliary dyskinesia (immotile cilia syndrome). [Review]
Severe. Seriously Severe: If you, or your child, struggles with severe asthma, there is a recent procedure that may hold promise: bronchial thermoplasty. My clinics tended to attract the children who most physicians had given up on. Or, to be more accurate, the children whose parents had given up on most physicians. They were the […]
.Your 3-year-old is “helping” his big sister (7 years old) clean her room. He finds a necklace of glass beads, and – of course – wonders whether they will fit into his nose. Because he is a little scientist, he performs an experiment, and voila – nasal foreign body. An object that does not belong […]
If your child absolutely MUST have sinus surgery, consider minimally-invasive balloon sinuplasty.
.When Surgery to Treat Sinusitis is Needed. Part 1 When considering surgery for a child with chronic sinusitis … Before even considering sinus surgery for a child, I insist that a strong, integrative holistic medical approach has been tried, and failed. All other options must have been exhausted. This includes doing daily sinus rinses. Really […]
This is boogordoctor.com’s first birthday, so I thought it might be a good time to review what you thought were the best articles here. I recently thanked y’all for making my first ever blogging experience a good one. I have met many friends through this blog, and according to emails and comments, have helped some […]
We know that chronic sinusitis is the result of biofilm-forming bacteria. How can we use that information to treat sinusitis? Here is a 5-step program to eliminate biofilm and sinusitis – for you or your child.
Complications of sinusitis are fortunately rare. Some of these complications can kill you. Some of them can leave you blind. What are the signs and symptoms? Which symptoms warrant medical attention RIGHT NOW?
You may have fallen asleep while reading my post on Nasal and Sinus Anatomy yesterday. Or more likely, you just clicked away somewhere else. That’s understandable – that was a little too wordy (nearly 1,000 words), and a little too technical. Lot’s of new vocabulary. I was kinda hoping the pretty pictures might keep you […]