Details on Sleep Apnea Treatment
February 21, 2011
Get clarity on your sinus complaints with this animated description. Surprisingly, sinuses are located in your forehead, throat, and cheeks.
Child sleep apnea may double the risk of a child becoming obese by the age of 15. In this video, Dr. Pasha talks about the symptoms and causes of untreated apnea in kids.
He also talks about the lingual tonsillectomy, a procedure in which he’ll remove your lingual tonsils if they are determined to be contributing to your snoring or sleep apnea.
Lastly, Dr. Pasha and patient Vladimir Ambia talk about sinuses problems, from symptoms to long-term solutions in order to breathe freely again.