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Sinus Infection Again?

Fed up with facial pain, pressure and sinus headaches?

Tired of numerous ENT visits and endless rounds of antibiotics that JUST DON'T WORK?

Murfreesboro Sinus Center can help you find answers  to your chronic sinus pain

Dr. Goco has helped numerous people like you find permanent relief from their chronic sinus problems with a simple procedure called Balloon Sinus Dilation.

Ready to try something that has been proven to work?

It's called

Balloon Sinus Dilation

What is it?

It's a minimally-invasive treatment for chronic or recurrent sinusitis. Balloon Sinus Dilation is performed in our office, under local anesthesia or IV sedation.

How quickly can I return to normal activities/

Most people resume normal activities immediately however your doctor may recommend you refrain from very strenuous activities (such as heavy lifting) for a week after the treatment.

Is it covered by insurance?

For many of our patients, the procedure is covered by their insurance. Please schedule a consultation to make sure if you're a good candidate for this procedure and to confirm what your costs would be.

If you have sinusitis, you know the pain and frustration of constant sinus infections and you know it's not fun! Facial pressure, headaches, stuffy noses and constant coughs are symptoms dealt with year after year.

Balloon Sinus Dilation offers relief without requiring major sinus surgery or a long recover time.

How does it work?

Balloon Sinus Dilation procedure steps

Meet Dr. Paul E. Goco

Dr. Goco specializes in medical and surgical treatment for a wide variety of ear, nose and throat conditions as well as cancer of the head and neck area.

Board Certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery and the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Fellow of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

Graduate of Georgetown University School of Medicine. Residency completed at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

Hear What Other Patients Are Saying...

"I returned to normal activities in less than 24 hours after the procedure."

Following the procedure, I was able to sleep so much better than prior to the procedure.  I remember waking up with a refreshed feeling and feeling like I actually had energy. The procedure affected my quality of life in a positive way. Being able to sleep good, then wake up in the morning and feel energized, puts you in such a better mood for the entire day.

-Cynthia, Life-Long Sinus Sufferer

"Have a major step up in lifestyle quality"

I felt better from day one. Having had the balloon dilation procedure, my sinuses, my quality of life has improved significantly. The night time coughing is gone.  I don't have the sinus drainage that I had prior to the procedure, as well as that heaviness, constant feeling of pressure in my sinuses. Without question I wholeheartedly recommend this.

-Vernon, grandfather

"I’m rested and ready to take on the day."

My quality of life has drastically improved. I would definitely recommend this procedure to anyone who's suffering with chronic sinus issues and allergies. It's life changing.  It made a big difference in my life.

-Karen, wife and mother

Murfreesboro Sinus Center can help you find answers  to your chronic sinus pain

It's time to say goodbye to your sinus issues!

Dr. Goco has helped many patients find permanent relief from their chronic sinus problems.

Call or complete the form below to schedule an in-office consultation to see if you could benefit from Balloon Sinus Dilation.

Many insurance plans will cover the cost of this procedure.

Schedule a Consultation with Dr. Goco Today!

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  2. In-office stand-alone balloon dilation of maxillary sinus ostia ethmoid infundibula in adults with chronic or recurrent acute rhinosinusitis: A prospective, multi-institutional study with 1-year follow-up. Levine S, Truitt T, Schwartz M, Atkins J. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 122(11):665-671, 2013.
  3. Long term outcome analysis of balloon catheter sinusotomy: two-year follow-up Weiss RL, Church CA, Kuhn FA, Levine HL, Sillers MJ, Vaughan WC. Oto-Head and Neck Surg. 2008 Sep; 139(3 Suppl 3); S38-S46.