Inside a Nasal Procedure – Freezing the Vidian Nerve
Dr. Vincent F. Honrubia, MD, FACS narrates a unique look at a procedure he performed at South Texas Sinus Institute (STSI) in August 2018. The patient was suffering from chronic rhinitis, the most common symptom of which is a chronic runny nose. The procedure shown in the internal video is bilateral intranasal cryotherapy–using a Clarifix cooling device to freeze the Vidian nerve.
If you are suffering from these symptoms or other sinus, allergy, ear, nose or throat conditions, request an appointment with South Texas Sinus Institute online or by calling 956-661-8200 or 855-99-SINUS.
Dr. Vincent F. Honrubia, MD, FACS and Blake Hensler, MPAS, PA-C of South Texas Sinus Institute discuss the symptoms of sinus problems and how our innovative Honrubia Technique for Balloon Sinuplasty can help in a series of minute-long videos.
In The News
Learn more about how South Texas Sinus Institute helps solve sinus problems as members of our team appear on the news to talk about our innovative Honrubia Technique for Balloon Sinuplasty and much more.
In Depth with Dr. Vincent F. Honrubia, MD FACS
Dr. Vincent F. Honrubia, MD, FACS discusses sinusitis symptoms, balloon sinuplasty, the innovative Honrubia Technique and the benefits for patients in this in-depth video series.