Our In-Office Specialty Treatments

Treatment for Allergy Conditions

In-Office Procedure – Under 1 Hour – Minimally Invasive – Fast Recovery

Are you experiencing chronic sinusitis and allergy conditions? Are you suffering from frequent sinus headaches, nasal congestion, sinus pressure or post nasal drainage? Sick of antibiotics for sinusitis with no relief? Tired of weekly doctor’s office for your allergy injections? We can help! Call us and you can #Breathe Better Today!

The Del Rey Sinus & Allergy Institute features a comprehensive approach to diagnose and treat your sinus issues. We are able to perform a comprehensive evaluation of your allergy and sinus issues in just ONE VISIT. Our program includes on-­site allergy testing, low dose in-­office sinus CT scan evaluation and advanced digital endoscopy.

For those who need treatment we can offer one of our minimally invasive in-­office sinus and allergy treatments that allow our patient to go back to enjoying their improved quality of life as quickly as possible. We have successfully treated patients from all over Los Angeles, Southern California and across the United States. For those who need allergy treatment they can consider Sublingual Allergy drops that allow them to receive their treatment at home!

The benefits of our in-office sinus procedures include:

  • Immediate symptom relief
  • Back to work the next day
  • Lower financial burden
  • No general anesthesia
  • Preserves future treatment options

Conditions and Treatments

Nasal Obstruction

The nasal passage is very important to breathing.


Allergies and other allergic reactions can contribute to the onset of sinusitis.


Sinus Treatments are our specialty.

Sinus Headaches

Patients who suffer from chronic sinusitis may have an extremely painful sinus headache on a regular basis.

Balloon Sinus Dilation

A procedure that gently expands the natural sinus openings to fix underlying drainage problems.

Balloon Sinus Dilation FAQ

Patients often ask us questions about their sinus conditions, and how we treat them.