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Renowned ENT Specialist, Dr. Murray Grossan, Announces Medical Breakthrough on Snoring at PRI-MED Convention in Anaheim on May 15-17
Date:4/30/2008

LOS ANGELES, April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Murray Grossan of the Tower ENT Group at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles is pleased to announce he will be presenting a medical breakthrough on snoring at the PRI-MED Convention being held at the Anaheim Convention Center from May 15-17, 2008. Dr. Grossan will present his ground-breaking invention, the Grossan Hydro Pulse(R) Pulsatile Sinus System as a welcome weapon against snoring. (http://www.hydromedonline.com/)

Known as the pioneer of nasal irrigation in the United States, Dr. Grossan developed the Hydro Pulse(R) Pulsatile Sinus System for a natural, drug-free remedy that provides soothing relief to those who suffer from allergies and snoring.

Dr. Grossan and the Tower ENT Group have been responsible for pioneering many new procedures now commonly used for relief of snoring. Recently, they discovered that clearing the nose of certain chronic conditions such as sinusitis and allergy, while at the same time reducing swelling in the throat, often solves the snoring problem.

When a person has blocked nasal airway, especially due to post-nasal drainage, this reduces good nighttime breathing and often results in unpleasant sounds - snoring. In addition, this drainage causes congestion and other changes in the throat tissues, such as tonsil enlargement.

Many patients who were facing snoring surgery have been able to avoid surgery by simply using the Hydro Pulse Irrigation for Nose and Throat. The nasal attachment shrinks blocked and swollen nasal tissues and the throat attachment delivers pulsatile irrigation to the throat, which shrinks the throat tissues. This simple technique works for non-allergic snoring, too and may also be used for certain cases of sleep apnea.

Hydro Pulse gently directs saline solution into the nasal passages with a therapeutic rhythm. This easy-to-use, economical device irrigates the nasal p
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