Having Nasal Surgery? Don't You Become An Empty Nose Victim! (Hardcover)
"A detailed and engrossing primer for anyone interested in ENS."--James Nestor, New York Times bestselling author of Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art
"Chris is addressing a tremendously important issue in otolaryngology. Empty nose syndrome is a real entity that requires further investigation. Although Chris' book is written for the general public, I truly hope my colleagues in ENT will read this book and take it to heart."--Steven M. Houser, MD, ENT specialist, MetroHealth Medical Center, professor, Case Western Reserve University, and wrote the foreword for this book.
What if you went into surgery expecting great improvement to your breathing, only to come out breathless - for life?
It can happen. But you can also reduce your risk of becoming an empty nose syndrome (ENS) patient should you choose surgery - and you can even manage it. Having Nasal Surgery? will show you how.
- Are you considering nasal surgery, but would like to avoid becoming an ENS patient?
- Would you like to make sure you have explored all the alternatives before undergoing nasal surgery?
- Have you already rolled the dice with nasal surgery, but lost?
If you answered yes to any of the above, read on. Endorsed by top doctors familiar with ENS, Having Nasal Surgery? will help you:
- Avoid becoming an empty nose syndrome patient.
- Lower your risk of ENS if you do choose nasal surgery.
- Exhaust non-surgical remedies to treat your condition whether you suffer from sleep apnea, sinusitis, allergic rhinitis, postnasal drip, GERD, or asthma.
- Effectively manage ENS.
- Be inspired by a personal tale.
"This slim but potent book is tremendously important and informative not only for those considering nasal surgeries, but for the specialists who perform them."-- Kirkus Indie
"This is a well written book with practical advice and appropriate information. It is all science backed, and offers the best aggregation of ENS information I have found. It also calmed my anxieties about ENS..."-- Matt R on Amazon.com
"An ideal sourcebook on ENS...All nasal doctors should have on their shelves and be ready to pass on to patients."-- Les Chappell of BookReview.com
"I just spoke to an Australian ENT, returned from training with the ex-president of the US Facial and Cosmetic Surgery Association who now agrees with the basic principles behind this book and "would not perform a partial inferior turbinate resection on a member of my family." And I was about to let my regular ENT perform an 80% resection ... until I saw this book."--Bard on Amazon.com