Sinus Center

Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City | Services & Specialties

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Abigail McEwan, M.D., joins Saint Luke’s ENT Specialists

Dr. McEwan provides a full range of ear, nose, and throat services. Call 816-932-8663 to schedule an appointment.

Located at Saint Luke’s Hospital, our center helps patients suffering from sinus and nasal conditions. As a part of Saint Luke’s Ear Nose & Throat Specialists, our multidisciplinary team of ear, nose, and throat experts offers:

  • Comprehensive care. We provide a full range of sinus and nasal services, from treating allergies and sinusitis to performing complicated sinus and skull base tumor surgeries.
  • Expertise. Our physicians have advanced fellowship training in rhinology, allergy and immunology, and skull base surgery. This means patients receive far more advanced care here than what’s offered from most other providers.
  • Cutting-edge technology. We use specialized scans for computer-assisted sinus surgeries for the most accurate treatments. This precision ensures fewer complications, which allows patients recover faster.

Our services
Working with a team of plastic surgeons, neurosurgeons, opthamologists, rheumatologists, pulmonologists, and sleep and allergy specialists, we offer patients a full range of services.

These include:

  • In-office balloon sinus surgery
  • Computer-assisted endoscopic sinus surgery
  • Septoplasty for septal deviation
  • Inferior turbinate reduction for nasal obstruction (both in-office and in the operating room)
  • Surgery for skull base and pituitary tumors
  • Allergies and allergic rhinitis
  • Treatment for chronic runny nose
  • Academic research and surgical training for ENT physicians

We help patients who suffer from:

  • Acute and chronic sinus infections and headaches
  • Nasal obstruction, polyps, and allergies
  • Nosebleeds
  • Deviated septum
  • Persistent sinus disease after previous sinus surgery
  • Pituitary, nasal, and skull base tumors
  • Facial pain and pressure
  • Dental-associated sinus problems