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The Best in Sinus Care is Right Here at Michigan


Our Locations

Michigan Sinus Center
19900 Haggerty Road
Suite 111
Livonia, MI 48152
Appointments: 734-936-8051

A. Alfred Taubman Health Care Center
1500 East Medical Center Drive
Floor 1, Reception: A
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5312
Appointments: 734-936-8051

Our Practice and Specializations

We have a very strong clinical practice in the medical and surgical management of patients with chronic sinusitis, and we specialize in all surgeries of the sinuses. When it comes to surgical intervention for any kind of health care condition, you should choose a center that performs a high volume of surgeries. In any given year, we perform more than 500 sinus surgeries on patients from Michigan, the tri-state area and elsewhere in the U.S.

As part of the highly ranked U-M Department of Otolaryngology, we have the experts – and the resources – to effectively treat sinus disease.

Sinus disease is very prevalent, yet it is hard to diagnose and difficult to treat. Our multidisciplinary approach ensures that all specialists who need to be involved in your care are involved in your care.

Who Should Be Seen at the Michigan Sinus Center

We treat all sinus needs – from simple to complex. Common reasons for referral to our center include:

Common rhinitis symptoms and treatment

Other Common Diagnoses We Treat

Patients with chronic sinusitis are the largest group of patients we see, and we also treat:


We have conducted research on diagnostic algorithms to identify chronic sinusitis, medical and surgical treatments for sinusitis, holistic treatments for sinusitis, as well as health services research, quality of care research, and process improvement research related to diseases of the nose and sinuses. This research has contributed to the outstanding care that we provide.

Today’s Approach

Chronic sinusitis affects 31 million people in the United States and accounts for more than 16 million outpatient visits a year – and countless time lost. In the past, sinus surgery was invasive, often performed through external incisions, and associated with significant pain. Today, our endoscopic approaches to sinus disease are less invasive, less painful and yield great results.