Dr. O’Halloran Offers Ear, Nose and Throat Services at Two Locations

Dr. O'Halloran's ear, nose & throat services include: nose and sinus problems (including sinusitis, sinus infections, 'sinus' headaches and sinus surgery), children's ENT problems (ear tube surgery), and adult sleep and snoring problems (sleep apnea).

From the O'Halloran Clinic in Faribault, Doctor O'Halloran sees patients from Faribault, Owatonna, Waseca, Cannon Falls, and surrounding areas.

From the FamilyHealth Medical Clinic in Lakeville, Dr. O'Halloran sees patients from the metro area including: Apple Valley, Bloomington, Burnsville, Eagan, Eden Prairie, Lakeville, Minneapolis, Rosemount, Savage, Shakopee and St. Paul.

The Biggest Honor

“The biggest honor a doctor can receive is having another doctor, a nurse, a parent, or a friend choose you to take care of their friends and family.”

O’Halloran Clinic Blog

Sinus Headaches

“Sinus” Headaches: Diagnosis and Treatment

Editor’s Note:  The following is an excerpt from Dr. O’Halloran’s book:  The Nose For Non-ENT Physicians.

Facial Pain, Pressure, “Sinus” Headache

Diagnosis

Chronic pressure and/or pain in the cheeks, around or behind the eyes.  Often described as a “sinus” headache without other symptoms of acute sinusitis.  May be unilateral or bilateral. [Read More...]

Allergies or Sinusitis?

Patients: Confused Between Allergies and Chronic Sinusitis

Perhaps you’ve heard the complaints from friends and family members or voiced them yourself:  “My allergies are acting up,” “Pollen doesn’t agree with me,” or “I’ll feel better after allergy season.”

While there are many people who suffer from allergies, a new survey by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America [Read More...]

The Nose in 60 Minutes

Book Excerpt: The Nose in 60 Minutes

The following excerpt is from Dr. Gerard O’Halloran’s book for Non-ENT Physicians entitled The Nose in 60 Minutes.

INTERESTING FACT:  THE NASAL CYCLE

80% of the population has a nasal cycle.  The turbinates on one side of the nose are alternately more swollen than those on the other side.  This turbinate congestion changes sides every 4 – 8 hours. [Read More...]