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Sinus Treatment


Each time you have a cold or an allergic attack the mucosal surfaces of the nose and the adjacent sinuses swell up. Sinus openings are clogged as a result. Due to the ostium (opening) swelling up, discharge of mucus may not occur normally/naturally. We call this inflammation of the sinuses ‘sinusitis’.

The picture on the left shows a healthy sinus.  The opening of the chamber that leads to the nasal passage is clear and the walls of the nasal membranes are lined with a thin layer of mucus on the surfaces.

In the picture on the right, the mouth of the chamber is swollen and clogged with mucus. Likewise the sinus walls lining is over swollen and full of mucus. (Sinusitis).



  • Facial pain, pressure, congestion or fullness
  • Nasal congestion or stuffiness
  • Sear/yellowed or green mucus flowing out from the nose
  • Sear/yellow or green mucus flowing to the throat from behind the nose (nasal discharge)
  • Loss of sense of smell
  • Additional to these symptoms are:
  • Headaches
  • Halitosis (bad breath)
  • Fatigue
  • Coughing



Sinusitis treatment usually begins firstly with drug treatments. These could include us of nasal sprays and antibiotics. In general, drugs that will reduce mucosal swelling, fight infections in the sinus (ostium) and are found to be useful in alleviating congestion. Steam inhalation or saline nasal sprays/drops can be used and will possibly reduce the uncomfortable sinusitis problems. In contrast to this an estimated 20-25 % of patients do not respond adequately to medications/drugs.