Chronic sinusitis and nasal polyposis have many different etiologies and can be difficult to treat. The best patient outcomes are achieved when patients have a thorough history and physical and are treated by physicians who specialize in this disorder.
The Sinus and Allergy Center at the University of Arizona offers a comprehensive approach to the management of sinonasal disorders all in one clinic. Patients can be seen by both our fellowship-trained ENT sinus physician and a board-certified allergist/immunologist on the same visit. During that time, patients can undergo diagnostic testing which includes nasal endoscopy and allergy testing.
The Sinus and Allergy Center also specializes in the treatment of rhinologic disorders such as CSF (cerebrospinal fluid) leaks, sinonasal tumors both benign and malignant, epistaxis, nasal airway obstruction and loss of sense of smell.
Unparalled Experience & Expertise
The Sinus and Allergy Center at the University of Arizona offers care by some of the world's leading experts in care for sinus and nasal conditions. Our physicians are actively involved with research and are leading trials investigating the effects of antimicrobial and surfactant sinus irrigations as well as technologic advances to improve the treatment of chronic rhinosinusitis. Click a portrait or name of any faculty member to learn more about them.
What Sets Us Apart
Our Sinus and Allergy Center offers management of all sinonasal disorders at one clinic, where patients can see an ENT sinus physician and an allergist/immunologist in one visit. The Center's director, Dr. Chang, is a fellowship-trained sinus surgeon in Tucson and one of the leading sinus and skull base surgeons nationwide.