3000 N 14th St Bismarck, ND 58503, US

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Prairie Sinus Ear & Allergy Minimal Invasive Center for Excellence

 Prairie SEA is proud to announce that Dr. Jay Raisen has completed the rigorous educational and clinical requirements of the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy (AAOA) and is now recognized as a Fellow of the AAOA with ABMS-Board Certification in Otolaryngology, the scope of which includes the diagnosis and management of allergy of the upper aerodigestive tract. If you, your friends, families, or complains of-workers have allergies, we can see you this week! 

Advanced personalized options available
Traditional Allergy Shots
Needle-Free Immunotherapy Drops
Balloon Sinuplasty

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Expanded new and current outpatient services now offered at Prairie SEA Minimally Invasive Office Center for Excellence:



  • In-office low radiation CT scans
  • Balloon Sinuplasty
  • Environmental Allergy testing
  • Food allergy evaluation
  • Patch skin allergy testing
  • Allergy Shots
  • No-Shot Allergy Drops
  • Venom Testing and Immunotherapy
  • Toothpaste allergy treatment
  • Reflux & Swallowing problems
  • Eustachian Tube Dilation
  • Turbinate Reduction
  • Septoplasty and Sinus Care
  • Hearing Aid Center on site
  • Audiology services
  • Hummingbird In-Office Ear Tubes
  • Ear Tube placement for adults
  • Sleep apnea
  • Fiberoptic Laryngoscopy
  • Personalized Care Plan


BALLOON SINUPLASTY
Allergy treatment may also require more advanced services. Balloon Sinuplasty reshapes sinus pathways when advanced medical treatments are ineffective, and they are performed right here in our office with minimal down time along with other procedures.

You deserve a personalized approach, with a team who helps set standards of care for tomorrow, right here in North Dakota! Check out our allergy update below!

What is ALLERGY? 
You’re not alone if you suffer from allergies. 
In fact, millions of Americans have them. 

Allergies can appear at any age, and can even disappear in childhood only to reappear in adulthood. Allergy is a condition, often inherited, in which the immune system of the affected person reacts to something eaten or in the environment that doesn’t affect most other people.

Allergy is a condition, often inherited, in which the immune system of the affected person reacts to something that is either eaten, touched, or inhaled that doesn’t affect most other people. The patient’s immune system reacts to this substance as if it were an “enemy invader” (like a virus). This reaction leads to symptoms that often adversely affect the patient’s work, play, rest, and overall quality of life. Allergens Cause Allergies Any substance that triggers an allergic reaction is called an allergen. Allergens “invade” the body by being inhaled, swallowed or injected, or they may be absorbed through the skin. Common allergens include pollen, dust and mold. How Common are Allergies? Allergies are among the nation’s most common and costly health problems. They affect as many as one in four people. More than 50 million Americans have allergic rhinitis. The yearly sales of antihistamines, decongestants, nasal cromolyn and nasal corticosteroids now exceeds $5 billion.

WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF EAR, NOSE, AND THROAT ALLERGIES? 
People often think of allergy as only “hay fever,”with sneezing, runny nose, nasal stuffiness and itchy, watery eyes. However, allergies can also cause symptoms such as chronic “sinus” problems, excess nasal and throat drainage (post nasal drip), head congestion, frequent “colds,” hoarse voice, eczema (skin allergies), recurring ear infections, hearing loss, dizziness, chronic cough and asthma. Even stomach and intestinal problems as well as excessive fatigue can be symptoms of allergy.

ALLERGY TREATMENT
Despite the advances in allergy care during the past several decades, there are still only three basic, accepted approaches to allergy care: avoidance, pharmacotherapy/medications, and immunotherapy.

IMMUNOTHERAPY
When allergen avoidance and medications do not successfully control allergy symptoms, the Otolaryngic Allergist can alter the body’s overactive response by carefully challenging the immune system through regular injections of the actual allergens to which a patient is sensitive. This treatment, very similar to the vaccination for infectious diseases such as the flu, can be given after allergy testing has revealed what it is that a patient is allergic to. Over time it may be possible to actually alter a person’s excessive response to these environmental allergens, and both improve symptoms, as well as decrease the need for medications and allergen avoidance for many years

 Prairie Sinus Ear & Allergy has phased out in-hospital service care to provide the best on-site capability. We may offer you second opinions at our office for phased-out services but will transfer your care to regional Otolaryngologists for emergency or hospital-related care that we no longer provide. 



Expanded new and current outpatient services now offered at Prairie SEA Minimally Invasive Office Center for Excellence:



  • Low radiation CT scan
  • Allergy testing
  • Allergy Drops (No-Shots!)
  • Allergy Shots
  • Allergy Toothpaste
  • Patch skin allergy testing
  • Food Allergy
  • Fiberoptic Scopes
  • Sleep apnea
  • Balloon Sinuplasty
  • Turbinate Reduction
  • Septoplasty and Sinus Care
  • Hearing Aid Center on site
  • Ear and Audiology services
  • In-office Ear Tubes age <2
  • Ear Tube for adults
  • Eustachian Tube Dilation
  • Reflux & Swallowing problems



Conditions Treated



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Pediatric In-Office Ear Tubes

 Prairie SEA is pleased to offer IN-OFFICE HUMMINGBIRD TUBE placement for eligible children of all ages without the use of general anesthesia in an ~5-minute procedure  This FDA approved procedure is SIMPLE, SAFE, AND LESS EXPENSIVE.   

The ear is made up of three sections: the outer ear, middle ear, and inner ear. Each of these areas is susceptible to infections, which can be painful. Young children have a greater tendency to get earaches. While most ear pain resolves itself in a matter of days, you should get a physical examination to understand the type of infection, prevent it from spreading and obtain treatment to help alleviate the pain.


Ear Infection

Ear Infection

The ear is made up of three sections: the outer ear, middle ear and inner ear. Each of these areas is susceptible to infections, which can be painful. Young children have a greater tendency to get earaches. While most ear pain resolves itself in a matter of days, you should get a physical examination to understand the type of infection, prevent it from spreading and obtain treatment to help alleviate the pain.

 

Hearing Loss

Hearing Loss

Hearing loss has a lot of different causes and manifestations. It can be sudden or gradual. It can occur in one ear or both ears. It can be temporary or permanent. It happens to people of all ages and is associated with the aging process. Before discussing causes and treatments for hearing loss, it is important to understand how hearing works.

 

 

Breathing Problems

Breathing Problems

The nose serves three primary functions: to warm, humidify and filter air as it passes into the body. Breathing problems may impact one or multiple of these functions. Breathing problems can be temporary or chronic, mild or severe, but they usually increase with age.

 

 

Snoring/Sleep Apnea

Snoring/Sleep Apnea

Snoring is a noise produced during sleep that originates in the back of the throat or nose. Snoring occurs when the muscles in the back of the mouth, tongue and throat relax while sleeping, which narrows or blocks the airway. Breathing causes your uvula (soft palate) to vibrate and knock against the back of the throat, resulting in the snoring sound. Read More ».

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