What is the difference between Sinusitis and the Common Cold?

By Daniel Ganc / August 9, 2014
Photo of Man with Sinus Headache

Read Dr. Ganc’s article featured by NeilMed (known for Neti Pot and Sinus Rinse), discussing: What is the difference between Sinusitis and the Common Cold? It can be hard to differentiate between a common cold and a sinus infection.

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Launch of Our New Website

By Daniel Ganc / August 1, 2014

We’re excited to announce the launch of Dr. Ganc’s new website.

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Patients are Raving About Balloon Sinuplasty

By Daniel Ganc / July 31, 2014

Hear from NFL MVP Marshall Faulk and his experience with Balloon Sinuplasty. See more patient stories here!

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Clinical results for Balloon Sinuplasty

By Daniel Ganc / July 31, 2014

Patients show significant improvement in quality of life through 2-year follow-up, with no worsening of symptoms or problems for any patients.

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Dr. Ganc is named Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology at the Florida Atlantic University (FAU) College of Medicine

By Daniel Ganc / June 26, 2014

We are happy to announce that Dr. Ganc has been named Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology at the Florida Atlantic University (FAU) College of Medicine. The first class in this new medical school is now beginning its fourth year, where the students choose their specialty clinical rotations. Our practice is proud to have been selected as…

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Nasal Allergies

By Daniel Ganc / May 29, 2014

Allergies affect 1 out of every 5 Americans. The percentage of people with allergies has increased significantly over the past few decades and continues to rise.   Allergies can develop at any age. Your genes play a big part in determining if you will develop allergies – if your parents or sibling have allergies, there’s…

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Clinical Study Shows Success of Balloon Sinuplasty In-Office

By Daniel Ganc / February 8, 2014

A recent study on Balloon Sinuplasty showed significant (mostly moderate to large) improvement in sinus symptoms, decreased need for antibiotics, decreased sinus-related doctor visits, and a decreased number of sinus infections (sinusitis) after treatment.  The results were similar in both people with chronic sinusitis (long-lasting symptoms) and those with frequent sinus infections. There were no significant side effects from the procedures,…

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Trouble Swallowing: Symptoms and Treatment Options

By Daniel Ganc / January 28, 2014

Swallowing is so simple to a majority of people. However, an estimated 15 million people in the United States suffer from dysphagia, or trouble swallowing. What are the Kinds of Dysphagia? There are two kinds of dysphagia: Esophageal Dysphagia – Esophageal dysphagia is caused by the esophagus, the tube that connects the throat to the stomach,…

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Understanding Ear Infections

By Daniel Ganc / December 10, 2013

Everybody has dealt with the pain and discomfort caused by ear infections. Though ear infections are harmless a majority of the time, it’s important to have all the facts to properly diagnose and treat ear infections. How Does an Ear Infection Start? More often than not, ear infections affect the middle ear where the Eustachian…

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Are you listening to music that is too loud?

By Daniel Ganc / November 19, 2013

A recent poll of parents found that over 80% say they are concerned that misuse of personal audio technology is damaging the hearing of children.  Hearing loss can result from too much exposure to sound from any source that is above 85 decibels. Many new technologies such as stereo systems, handheld listening devices and even televisions…

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