Winter Allergy Relief
Congestion and Nasal Blockage, Headache and Facial Pressure, and Postnasal Drip are all symptoms of winter allergies.
Know Your Options for Treatment
Whether your nasal and sinus problems only occur during allergy season or last year-round, you CAN get relief. Dr. Marc Dubin, Dr. Douglas Reh, and Dr. Alireza Nejad are fellowship trained Rhinologists and Allergist/Immunologist specializing in sinus and nasal issues. Fellowship-trained means Drs. Dubin, Reh, and Nejad have completed dedicated training focused on complex conditions of the nose and sinus or allergy and immunology.
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Colder Weather Brings Its Own Sinus Concerns
If you suffer from a variety of nasal problems brought on by the colder weather, you are not alone. Runny nose, congestion, facial pressure, and headaches are among some of the symptoms people develop during the fall and winter seasons.
Those who suffer from persistent runny nose, nasal and sinus congestion, and post-nasal drip during the fall may have a condition called rhinitis. This may be caused by seasonal allergies.
During the winter, it is more common for people to suffer from acute sinusitis, which develops after your sinuses become blocked and an infection takes root. The symptoms are very similar to the common cold, such as a stuffy or runny nose, facial pressure, headache, sore throat, and cough.
World Class Care, Locally.
Dr. Dubin and Dr. Reh practice the full range of adult and pediatric ENT. Their past and present research centers on complex diseases of the nose and sinuses, particular revision sinus surgery, sinusitis with polyps, frontal sinus disease and tumors of the nose and sinuses.
Dr. Dubin and Dr. Reh are two of a handful of fellowship trained in the state of Maryland and they are the longest practicing full time sinus specialists with advanced fellowship training practicing in the region.
Dr. Nejad is a board-certified Allergist/Immunologist who graduated from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine fellowship program in Allergy and Immunology and has trained with nationally and internationally known pediatric and adult allergists and immunologists.
Dr Nejad’s clinical interests and expertise include evaluation and treatment of allergic and non-allergic rhinitis, hives and mast cell disorders, angioedema, contact dermatitis, eczema, anaphylaxis, asthma, food allergy/intolerance, venom allergy, drug allergy and immunodeficiencies.