Sinusitis offered in Tampa and Brandon, FL


Around 31 million Americans seek treatment each year for nasal congestion, facial pressure, and other symptoms of sinusitis. Our experienced medical team at Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Associates offers comprehensive evaluation and treatment of adults and children with sinusitis. They can treat acute and chronic sinusitis to help you breathe easier and prevent infections and other complications. Call the nearest office in Carrollwood, South Tampa, or Brandon, Florida, today to schedule a diagnostic evaluation for sinusitis or book a consultation online.

Sinusitis Q&A

What is sinusitis?

Sinusitis describes inflammation in the sinus cavity, the air-filled spaces behind your eyes. Sinusitis can be acute or chronic, depending on how often your symptoms arise and how severe they are.

Acute sinusitis

Acute sinusitis describes sinus inflammation that lasts for several weeks before getting better. This condition is most often caused by a cold.

Chronic sinusitis

Chronic sinusitis describes inflammation in your sinuses that lasts 12 weeks or longer. The persistent inflammation can be caused by nasal polyps, hay fever, a deviated septum, and other medical conditions.

Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Associates offers diagnostic evaluation and customized treatment for acute and chronic sinusitis in adults and children. The team uses evidence-based therapies to ease your existing symptoms and prevent severe sinus infections and other complications.

When should I seek medical attention for sinusitis?

You should schedule a diagnostic evaluation at Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Associates if you have sinusitis symptoms that last more than a week or are severe enough to interfere with your routine.

These symptoms can include:

  • Nasal congestion
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Postnasal drip
  • Yellow or green mucus discharge

Sinusitis also causes headaches and pain in your face, ears, and jaw. In some cases, a reduced sense of smell and/or taste happens due to chronic sinus inflammation and poor mucus drainage.

How is sinusitis treated?

Acute sinusitis symptoms usually go away with home care. You can clear out excess mucus with saline nasal sprays and ease inflammation with over-the-counter medication.

If these don’t work or you need help managing chronic sinusitis, the Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Associates team could recommend:

  • Antibiotics
  • Corticosteroids
  • Allergy medication
  • Immunotherapy

If you have nasal polyps, a deviated septum, or other obstruction that blocks mucus drainage from your sinuses, you could be a candidate for surgery. 

Call the Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Associates office near you today to schedule a sinusitis consultation, or book an appointment online.