Allergy & Sinus Specialists

Allergies Don’t Have to Rule Your Life

Allergy symptoms can lead to discomfort, but it isn’t something you have to deal with on your own. At St. Cloud ENT, our ENT physicians can help you manage your allergies. Whether your symptoms are seasonal or year-round, we’re here to provide support and solutions.

When Should I See an Allergist?

  • Your over-the-counter medications and antihistamines are not relieving your symptoms.
  • You experience more than three ear, sinus, throat or lung infections within a year.
  • You have symptoms of seasonal allergy, hay fever or asthma.
  • Your asthma or allergy symptoms impact your quality of life and prevent you from participating in activities that are important to you.

Contact us to schedule an appointment with one of our providers. Our front office staff is available to answer any questions you might have and assist with scheduling.

Break the Cycle of Sinusitis

What Are the Symptoms of Sinusitis?

  • Nasal congestion and facial pain
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Mucus discharge and postnasal drip
  • Sore throat
  • Facial pressure and swelling
  • Loss of taste or smell
  • Fever
  • Fatigue
  • Bad breath

Receiving a Diagnosis is the First Step to Effective Treatment

To provide you with the best care possible, our team will begin by determining what is causing your sinusitis. Symptoms can develop from allergies, nasal polyps, a deviated septum or the common cold, among other factors. Sinusitis is similar to many other disorders, so it’s important to see an otolaryngologist prior to starting treatment.

Balloon Sinuplasty Can Provide Relief

One option for treating sinusitis is a Balloon Sinuplasty, which is minimally-invasive in-office procedure. Since 2005, more than 375,000 patients have successfully received this treatment. During a Balloon Sinuplasty procedure, our provider will place a small balloon through your nose to expand blocked sinus openings. Balloon Sinuplasty is less invasive than traditional sinus surgery — no bone or tissue will be removed from your nose during the procedure.

Take the First Steps to Treatment

1. Set Up an Appointment

More than 50 million people in the United States experience allergies, and if you’re one of them, we’re here to help. Treatment is just a phone call away.

2. Receive Allergy Test

As the initial step of treating your symptoms, we’ll determine their exact causes through a skin prick test.

3. Build a Treatment Plan

Options for treating allergies include prevention, medication and immunotherapy. We’ll work with you to determine which one will serve you best.

Sneezing, watery eyes, congestion — the symptoms of allergies can feel debilitating. At St. Cloud ENT, we’re here to provide treatment. Soon enough, you’ll be getting back to the activities that are important to you.

Call St. Cloud Ear, Nose & Throat for more information or to schedule an appointment. (320) 252-0233