Sinusitis is an inflammation of the lining of the sinus cavity or cavities in the respiratory system. Sometimes this inflammation graduates to an infection and may become recurrent in nature. There are several different kinds of sinusitis, caused by different factors that are divided into the following categories:

*Acute:  Presents, generally, after a cold or other upper respiratory infection, or a fungal invader. These infections can become quite severe.

*Recurrent:  Experiencing four or more infections in a year.

*Chronic:  Signs and symptoms last twelve or more weeks and have reoccurring symptoms even after treatment has completed.

Sinusitis is a miserable condition that affects millions of people each year. Proper care and treatment can help the body fight off these inflammatory incidences. Our clinic works closely with you to detmine the category your symptoms fall into and a treatment plan is developed accordingly. 

Call today to find out how we can help you rid your body of this condition and return you to the highest quality of life.

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Medical research about Sinusitis

Mayo Clinc studies have shown that most people with chronic sinusitis often are having a chronic fungal (yeast) infection that their immune system is responding to.  For this reason, we recommend anyone with chronic sinusitis be evaluated for Candida overgrowth in the digestive and respiratory tracts. 

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