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THE PASHA SNORING AND SINUS CENTER

It is Houston’s state-of-the-art sinus and snoring center for the comprehensive management of snoring, sleep apnea, allergy, and sinus related disorders utilizing the latest non-surgical and surgical methods. The center focuses on minimally invasive (in-office) techniques as well as more advanced surgical procedures. Dr. Raza Pasha, the medical director, has the unique qualifications of being both board-certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose, and Throat- Head and Neck Surgery) as well as holding specialty certification in Sleep Medicine. Dr. Pasha has performed over 1,600 procedures to treat snoring and sleep apnea as well as over 2,200 procedures to address nasal disorders. Dr. Pasha and the staff at Pasha Snoring and Sinus Center are strong advocates for patient and professional Education. Dr. Pasha is a well-known lecturer in…

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CPAP machine, obstructive sleep apnea
July 2, 2015
Do you have a sleep condition that requires you to use a CPAP machine at night? Are you part of the estimated 60% of sleep apnea patients that gives up getting used to the machine after a few tries? Yes, CPAP masks feel unnatural at first. It will take some getting used to, and you … Continued
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summer allergies, allergic reaction
June 26, 2015
You’re the grill master, the fireworks expert, and the host of the celebration! The neighbors are gearing up and bringing over their secret recipes, but you know your burgers will be all anyone can talk about…except you keep sneezing on all the food! Letting your allergies win is un-American! Take a look at some of these … Continued
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sleep study, sleep test
June 19, 2015
You may have heard of a sleep study, and maybe even have a general idea about what it is. But there are a lot of misconceptions out there, not to mention the thought of being studied while asleep is a bit unsettling. Rest assured, though. A sleep study is nothing like the alien abduction probing … Continued
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antibiotics, sinus infection
June 12, 2015
  Are you treating your recurring sinus infections correctly? A common misconception about sinus infections is that they can be treated like a bacterial infection, using antibiotics. Often times, antibiotics are not effective in treating sinus infections and can end up doing more harm than good. Here are 3 reasons to stop treating your sinus … Continued
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