Signs or Symptoms
Nasal congestion, yellow green discharge, pain in the forehead or behind the eyes or upper cheeks.
Infection or allergic response in the sinuses.
Antibiotics or antihistamines to reduce fluid production. If severe and chronic then surgery may be needed.
Local examination is aimed at correcting any imbalance in the cranial bones that would alter the normal drainage from the sinuses. Examination and treatment is then aimed at the underlying cause whether it is an allergic reaction or an infection. Nutritional therapy may by used to augment the immune system. Testing will be done to identify any allergic sensitivity.
Other lifestyle modifications are used to prevent or minimize exacerbating the condition. A specific program for your needs is created.