30% of the population complains of breathing problems, including nasal obstruction. This issue can greatly impact the quality of life, affecting everything from sleep to eating to exercise.
How is Nasal Obstruction Diagnosed?
Dr. Reitzen will take your medical history and listen carefully to your symptoms. She will also perform a nasal exam and may use an endoscope or a CT scan to further determine where the cause of your nasal obstruction lies. Once she has pinpointed the source of the nasal obstruction, she will walk you through your treatment options.