Omaha, NE (PRWEB) September 11, 2012
Dr. Thomas J. Dobleman now has the technology necessary to aid more patients in their suffering of chronic sinusitis with Balloon Sinuplasty. Omaha patients at The Dobleman Clinic can be confident that the combination of Dr. Dobleman’s expertise and this advanced technology will relieve them of their symptoms quickly and easily.
Patients suffering from chronic sinusitis for more than three months, experiencing symptoms such as facial pain and pressure, congestion, difficulty breathing and headaches are candidates for Balloon Sinuplasty. The procedure is minimally invasive and relieves pain and pressure for 95% of patients. Patients can quickly return to their normal activities with this safe, proven and fast procedure.
A patient, Sherwin G. was quoted saying “It’s been a year since surgery with Balloon Sinuplasty Technology, and I’ve felt much better. I have energy to work a full day and to go out at night. It’s made a tremendous difference in how I approach my life.”
Dr. Dobleman, Otolaryngologist and Head and Neck Surgeon, has already provided a number of life changing procedures over the years to help his patients. Adding Balloon Sinuplasty adds yet another skill set expansive practice, using the most advanced technology in the field.
Dr. Dobleman is well known in the Omaha area for his specialty in the medical and surgical treatment of head and neck disorders including head and neck cancer but also specializes in Otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat). His expertise precedes him and serves as an indication of why his patients entrust their care to him.
Learn more about Dr. Dobleman and his newest treatment options at his website http://www.drdobleman.com.
About Dr. Dobleman:
Dr. Dobleman specializes in many areas or ear/nose/throat disorders, head and neck cancer and skin cancer, reconstructive surgery, Balloon Sinuplasty, Apex Skin Enhancing Treatments, and many more treatments. He has been practicing in NE since 1990. Dr. Dobleman is a fellow with: American College of Surgeons, American Academy of Otolaryngology, American Academy of Facial, Plastic, and Reconstructive surgery, American Society for Head and Neck surgery, and North American Skull Base Society.