San Antonio Office
9150 Huebner Road # 280
San Antonio, TX 78240
Monday - Thursday 8am-5pm
Friday 8am - 3pm
We are committed to delivering quality care through compassion, detail and focus on solving your sinus problems.
We take pride in things being bigger and better in Texas. But bigger is not always better, of course, such as when you consider the unpleasant symptoms that people experience because of seasonal allergies. Allergens can be responsible for a range of reactions, such as causing a patient to sneeze profusely, have a runny nose or stuffed nose and experience itchy or painful sinuses.Whether you are a newcomer to Texas and have only just started feeling the effects of allergy season here or if you are a long-time resident trying to cope with the symptoms, you will want to take steps to minimize them. It’s always prudent to have seasonal allergy remedies available so you can take them as soon as they’re needed. Otherwise, you’ll continue to feel stuffy and inflamed. With that in mind, it would be a good idea for you to become familiar with things that can make your seasonal allergies even worse.
Becoming more familiar with the causes of allergies will help you avoid experiencing the worst symptoms. Approximately 50 million people in America currently suffer from seasonal allergies, according to a report from Prevention magazine, which included details on things that can make your seasonal allergies worse:
If over-the-counter and prescription medications are not doing enough to help you deal with the symptoms of seasonal allergies, you may be at your wit’s end trying to find relief. You will be glad to know that an FDA-approved procedure called balloon sinuplasty has been available here for many years.A physician simply places a balloon into your sinus cavity, and then it’s just a matter of inflating it gently so it reshapes your nasal passages, which serves to bring you relief from sinus discomfort and pain. For details about balloon sinuplasty or to set an appointment, please contact the American Sinus Institute today.