Course Highlights

Course faculty are the national leaders in rhinology and sinus surgery

  • Watch live the experts dissect cadaver sinuses 
  • Keynote address on the Past, Present and Future of Sinus Surgery
  • Discuss difficult situations we all encounter in sinus surgery and what to do when they happen
  • Developments in balloon dilitation
  • Pediatric sinusitis: current treatment algorithms
  • Demystifying the frontal sinus and frontal sinus surgery
  • Tackle the toughest sinus cases in the country
  • Update on rhinoplasty techniques
  • Maximizing practice efficiency
  • Understanding the nose and sleep apnea

Our target audience is the otolaryngologist practicing rhinology.

The ARS Summer Sinus Symposium in Washington, D.C. promises to be an exciting, highly educational program that brings together interested otolaryngologists in one forum to discuss all aspects of rhinology and the impact these issues have on patient care in your practice. National leaders in rhinology will lead discussions of pertinent clinical issues that affect all otolaryngologists practicing rhinology.

Other Highlights of the course include:
  • Difficult situations in sinus surgery
  • Sinus headaches and facial pain
  • Post-nasal drip: rhinologic disease or reflux?
  • Advances in balloon dilation technology
  • Sleep disordered breathing for the Rhinologist
  • Technology in 2017
  • The efficient practice: billing, coding, and practice management
  • Pediatric Rhinosinusitis
  • Rhinoplasty for the Rhinologist
  • Management of orbital disease
  • Management of benign and malignant skull base lesions
  • Incorporating allergy into an otolaryngology practice
  • Basic science update

CME imformation
The American Rhinologic Society (ARS) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The ARS designates the 2017 Summer Sinus Symposium educational activity for a maximum of 14.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Revised 2/13/2017
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