Archive for September 2020

#SLEEPtember on The Morning Blend

SLEEPtember on The Morning Blend

ADVENT Founder and Sleep and Sinus Surgeon, Dr. Madan Kandula, went on The Morning Blend to talk about a sleep disorder millions of people have and don’t even know it.     [Molly] Welcome back to The Morning Blend. Well, we are over halfway through #SLEEPtember. This month is all about the ways the quality…

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Chicago Loop Coming Soon

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Erik’s Three Week IOBS Follow Up

ADVENT Erik's 3 Week

It’s been 3 weeks since Erik’s in-office balloon sinuplasty and turbinate reduction with ADVENT, and he’s breathing better than he has in years!     If you haven’t read the last part of Erik’s journey, check it out here. Transcript: – Hi everybody, Erik here back again continuing my ADVENT patient journey, treating my sleep apnea…

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Sleep Apnea is an Intruder

Sleep Apnea Mouthbreather Snoring Man

Painting a picture that sleep apnea is an intruder that sneaks into your bedroom while you sleep is scary — but it’s time to tell the truth and bring awareness to the deadly impact of this disease.     You might think nothing would stand in the way of seeking treatment for a potential deadly…

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Erik’s First Post-procedure Follow Up

Erik's One Week Follow Up

One week after his in-office balloon sinuplasty and turbinate reduction, Erik is healing up nicely and feeling good.     If you haven’t read the last part of Erik’s journey, check it out here. Transcript: – Hi, everybody, Erik here. A update on my patient journey at ADVENT here. Going in for my one week follow-up…

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Erik’s In-office Balloon Sinuplasty and Turbinate Reduction

ADVENT Erik's IOBS

It’s procedure day! Before being able to properly treat his sleep apnea, ADVENT’s Dr. Kandula is going to fix Erik’s airway by reducing the size of his inferior turbinates and opening up his sinuses with a balloon sinuplasty.     If you haven’t read the last part of Erik’s journey, check it out here. Transcript: -…

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