The University of Colorado Hospital Sinus Center is the premier center of excellence in the Rocky Mountain region for the comprehensive medical and surgical management of patients with diseases of the nose and sinus.
Conditions we treat
What sinus conditions do we treat?
Our physicians are highly trained in basic and complex endoscopic sinus and skull base surgery.
We treat the entire spectrum of sinus, sino-orbital, and skull base disorders. This includes medical and surgical treatment for nasal problems such as:
- deviated septum
- nasal obstruction
- acute and chronic rhinosinusitis
- nasal polyps
We collaborate with UCH ophthalmologists to perform minimally-invasive surgeries such as dacryocystorhinostomy, orbital decompression, and optic nerve decompression.
We routinely manage many advanced diseases of the sinuses and skull base, such as tumors, CSF (cerebral spinal fluid) leaks, and meningoencephaloceles, and have worked with our neurosurgeons to develop minimally invasive approaches to skull base surgery.
Our affiliation with the University of Colorado School of Medicine allows us to offer our patients immediate access to multidisciplinary management expertise, including allergy and immunology, pulmonary medicine, ophthalmology, neurosurgery, infectious disease, sleep medicine, rheumatology, and medical and radiation oncology.