Chronic Cough

Chronic cough can be debilitating, uncomfortable, and socially embarrassing for many patients. Many patients continue to cough despite many treatments for asthma, post-nasal drip, allergy, and sinus disease. These problems can cause coughing but should respond to medication. A lack of response often requires further diagnosis. Other disorders that I commonly see as the cause of chronic cough in these people include a neurogenic chronic cough or chronic laryngopharyngeal reflux disease (LPR)

Our team of specialists can help diagnose the cause of your cough and formulate a treatment plan. We have a high success rate in stopping cough that has been present for weeks, months, years and even decades.

Please read some of Dr. Zalvan’s work examining different treatments or management methods for various conditions, including:

• Chronic Cough: Trigger Reduction Prior to Systemic Drugs for Neurogenic Chronic Cough;

• Laryngopharyngeal Reflux: A Comparison of Alkaline Water and Mediterranean Diet vs Proton Pump Inhibition for Treatment of Laryngopharyngeal Reflux; and

• Oropharyngeal Papillomas: Implication and Management of Incidental Oropharyngeal Papillomas-A Retrospective Case Series Review.