MUSC Health Sinus Center

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Sinus Center Services

Graves Eye Disease

MUSC Sinus and Storm Eye physicians work in a coordinated fashion to provide comprehensive care to patients suffering with Graves’ Eye Disease.

Nasal Congestion

Nasal obstruction can be a considerable nuisance for patients trying to enjoy their normal daily activities. The MUSC Sinus Clinic can help!


MUSC has two fellowship-trained rhinologists who can treat and manage sinusitis. Sinusitis is inflammation of the lining (mucosa) of the sinuses.

Skull Base Tumors

Skull base surgery is a highly complex procedure and MUSC’s access to cutting-edge technology ensures the highest level of care for patients.

Smell & Taste Disorders

Lost sense of smell and taste can be disabling. The MUSC Sinus Center offers comprehensive testing and cutting edge research in these disorders.

Rhinology & Sinus Care Team

Clinical Expertise, Education, & Research

The MUSC Health Sinus Center is dedicated to excellence, and we are uniquely qualified in all areas of patient care, cutting edge research and education.

  • Clinical Expertise: We are the only fellowship trained rhinologists/sinus surgeons in South Carolina and our practice is devoted solely to patients with problems of the nose, sinuses, and skull base. We utilize the latest technologies and routinely collaborate with other subspecialists from MUSC Health to deliver the best care possible.
  • Dedication to Research: We have a multi-million dollar research program which strives to better understand chronic sinusitis and offer the newest treatments. This includes NIH sponsored studies, private foundation grants, and industry sponsored clinical trials. Our research has resulted in over a 150 publications in medical journals. Learn about our commitment to teach physicians to care for sinus conditions through our basic science research, clinical research, fellowship offerings, events, and publications.
  • Leadership in Education: We are committed to teaching other physicians to care for sinus conditions, routinely speaking at conferences both nationally and internationally. Our fellowship program has trained rhinologists who now practice at leading institutions across the world.