The Center for Sinus, Allergy, & Sleep Wellness
Why Choose Us?
Dr. Brodner takes great pride in being on the leading edge of both techniques and technology in the fields of Sinus Surgery and Sleep Disorders. He serves on the Medical Advisory Board, as a Consultant, and a voting member of the Sinus Balloon Adverse Events Committee for several National and International Medical Equipment companies. This offers Dr. Brodner access to the newest devices and gives him the opportunity to provide guidance on the development and evolution of new products.
Dr. Brodner has served as a Clinical Research site since 2004, presented original research on Balloon Sinus Dilation at National meetings such as the American Rhinologic Society and American Academy of Otolaryngology, served on the National Allergy Committee, and has had his work published in prestigious Sinus Journals. This Academic commitment keeps Dr. Brodner uniquely positioned at the forefront of managing Sinus disorders with minimally-invasive Balloon Sinuplasty.
Dr. Brodner has been "The Surgeon who Teaches other Surgeons" -- he has been educating and training fellow physicians, medical students, and members of Industry since 2005. This unique opportunity allows him to keep abreast of changing trends in the evaluation and management of Sleep and Sinus disorders. Since teaching requires Dr. Brodner to be proficient in cutting-edge equipment and procedures, he is able to provide his patients an advanced Sinus, Allergy, and Sleep Medicine practice right here in Palm Beach County. Dr. Brodner cares for patients from Jupiter to Boca Raton, Palm Beach to Wellington, and patients have travelle f as far as Canada and Venezuela to have Dr. Brodner perform their surgery.
This designation indicates that Dr. Brodner is recognized as one of the leading Sinus Specialists in the country and qualified to educate other sinus surgeons on the cutting-edge processes and techniques required to perform minimally-invasive Balloon Sinus Dilation in the office setting.
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At The Center for Sinus, Allergy, and Sleep Wellness we aim to treat the causes, not just the symptoms, of sinus and sleep problems. Years ago it was acceptable to simply tell a patient "try this medication and see if it will help;" back then many diagnostic tools did not exist to find the causes of these problems. As diagnostic techniques have improved, specialists such as Dr. Brodner have become better at determining the source of sinus and sleep problems --Dr. Brodner utilizes this information to design treatment plans tailored to address the specific causes of each patient's problem.
Over the years, we have invested in state-of-the-art equipment so we can reach a diagnosis quickly and efficiently. We want to get you on the path to recovery as quickly and painlessly as possible.
Our in-clinic diagnostic tests include endoscopic exams, allergy testing, personal Sleep Study interpretations, and low-dose CT scans. Each of these tests provides Dr. Brodner different information about your nose, sinuses, sleep, and allergies. After analyzing the results in a face-to-face meeting with the patient, Dr. Brodner will offer several management options including: allergy or All-Natural Nutraceutical Sleep Aids; Oral Appliance Therapy; CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure); Provent Snoring and Sleep Apnea Therapy; Allergy Shots & Drops; Minimally-Invasive PEAK Uvuloplasty, Sinus headache(s) Snoring Insomnia, Al or a combination of all of these.
Sinus surgery is reserved only for patients for whom medications and allergy treatments have been ineffective. Should surgery become necessary, Dr. Brodner will perform the least invasive procedure as possible. As a leading practitioner, researcher, and developer of Balloon Sinus Dilation (aka Balloon Sinuplasty), Dr. Brodner has extensive experience in these techniques. Although not all patients are a candidate for Balloon Sinus Surgery, it is always Dr. Brodner's preference to use it whenever possible because it is minimally-invasive, saves normal tissue, and allows patients to return to their normal activities faster.