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Adenoid removal: What to know and when to have it done
Adenoids are glands at the back of the throat that can become swollen and sometimes infected in children. If enlarged adenoids are causing problems, such as breathing or sleeping difficulties, removal may be necessary. The surgery is generally safe and effective, and recovery takes 1 to 2 weeks. Learn more here.
Immediate earache pain relief without antibiotics or analgesics | ClearPop®
This is a cool sucker like solution to earaches that kids LOVE. ClearPop’s unique design conforms to your child’s mouth to increase the negative pressure, drawing any fluids from the ear out while they suck. It’s packed with all natural ingredients that taste great. My kids adored the flavor and would eat it like candy if I let them. It totally tastes like a lemon drop! As a mom, I love that ClearPop Rapid Earache Relief is an all natural solution so it can be taken in combination with any other
EarPopper by Summit Medical – Pro Clinical Version EarPopper by Summit Medical - Pro Clinical Version The EarPopper Pro is a medical instrument that balances pressure in the middle ear by delivering a safe, constant stream of air into the nasal cavity. During the moment of swallowing, the air opens the Eustachian Tube, clearing the middle ear, relieving negative ear pressure and allowing any fluids to drain. You must be a licensed healthcare provider to order this model. Everyone ca..
Modified Muncie Technique: Osteopathic Manipulation for Eustachian Tube Dysfunction and Illustrative Report of Case
In the modified Muncie technique, as described by Millicent King Channell, DO, the gloved finger should be placed over the palatine tonsil. The osteopathic physician applies a circular traction while applying a force laterally. This traction breaks adhesions of the eustachian tube, which opens superior to the tonsil and the soft palate. Printed with permission from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-School of Osteopathic Medicine.