What is Chronic Rhinitis?
Chronic rhinitis results in a persistently runny nose and postnasal drip, congestion, coughing, itching and sneezing. While some symptoms may be related to allergies, symptoms from chronic rhinitis may occur all year. This challenging condition can negatively impact your life in countless ways. And trying to find an effective treatment can be frustrating. Like many, you may manage your symptoms using medications and sprays. Unfortunately, these treatments only provide temporary relief. It’s only when the root cause of your rhinitis is addressed that you can expect to find real, lasting relief.
Symptoms of chronic rhinitis include:
- Persistently runny nose
- Post-nasal drip
- Nasal congestion
- Itching and sneezing
Lasting relief is possible without surgery (or incisions)
If your nose is always runny, you may be one of the millions of people living with chronic rhinitis. Until now, treatment often meant managing symptoms with medications and sprays. For many patients, these symptoms may be caused by abnormal signals in the nose. Now, your physician can offer you the RhinAer® procedure to disrupt these signals and provide lasting relief without surgery (or incisions).
The RhinAer® procedure is clinically demonstrated to improve symptoms in 96 percent of patients.1 Patients typically return to normal activity on the same day. Benefits include:
- Lasting Relief: Clinically proven to provide lasting relief of symptoms including runny nose, post-nasal drip, and chronic cough.
- No Incisions: Minimal discomfort, no incisions, and can be performed in your doctor’s office.
- Live better: Clinical studies show that patients treated with the RhinAer® procedure reported significant improvements in their symptoms and quality of life.
Call Dr. Stolovitzky at (404) 921-5474 for more information or to schedule an appointment.
 Effect of Radiofrequency Neurolysis on the Symptoms of Chronic Rhinitis: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Stolovitzky JP, Ow RA, Silvers SL, et.al. American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. 2021; 5(3):1-7.