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Dr. Rehl and Dr. Haegen continue commitment to teaching at the annual ENT Update for the Primary Care Provider conferences

Valley ENT in conjunction with HonorHealth offers an annual continuing medical education conference for primary care practitioners titled “ENT Update for the Primary Care Provider.” Dr. Rehl, CME Chair for Valley ENT, helps organize the course which is held annually on a Saturday in late October at HonorHealth Scottsdale Shea Medical Center. The most recent course was held October 24, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic our team build and delivered a completely virtual course via livestream. Our next ENT Update course will be held Saturday October 23, 2021. We will host a web-based course for United States primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, PAs and students. Registration details can be found at

Topics covered in the past include acute and chronic sinusitis, sinus headaches, ENT emergencies in the primary care clinic, hoarseness, chronic cough, dizziness, ear aches, sleep apnea, allergic rhinitis, nasal congestion, hearing loss, hearing aids, vitamin D and ENT disorders, thyroid nodules, HPV related oral cavity and oropharyngeal disorders, tonsillitis, sore throat, otitis media, complementary and alternative therapies in ENT and evaluation of neck masses.

Valley ENT would like to thank the HonorHealth CME committee and HonorHealth Scottsdale Shea Medical Center for the opportunity to put on this fantastic educational opportunity. Special thanks go to our past and future speakers: Dr. A.J. Emami, Dr. Timothy Haegen, Dr. Lindsay Shroyer, Dr. Kelly Hernandez, Dr. Todd Hobgood, Dr. Timothy Kelsch, Dr. Jordan Weiner, Dr. Cheryl MacKechnie, Dr. Natacia Howard, Dr. Raquel Redtfeldt, Dr. Dan Hurley, Dr. Yvonne Richardson, Dr. Michael Fucci, Dr. Jodi Rubin, and Dr. Ryan Rehl. We would like to acknowledge Glen Randolph, Greg Robinson and Tom Tucker for the fantastic administrative support that has helped make the conferences such a success year after year.

Here are some of the lectures by Dr. Rehl and Dr. Haegen that were delivered at past ENT Update for the Primary Care Provider conferences.

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Dr. Rehl’s 10 TIPS For Sinus and Respiratory Health This Fall and Winter

The time of year is upon us when blistering heat and monsoon winds give way to peaceful sunny 75 degree days.  With the change of seasons come a multitude of challenges for the nose, sinuses and lungs.  Allergens, dust, air pollution, particulate matter in the air, changes in barometric pressure and respiratory viruses can all wreak havoc on our respiratory systems leading to nasal congestion, post nasal drainage, cough, wheezing, fatigue and eventually sinusitis and bronchitis.  The following 10 tips can help keep your nose, sinuses and lungs healthy this fall and winter.

10 TIPS for Sinus and Respiratory Health

Arizona Sinus Center and Dr. Ryan Rehl In The News

Dr. Ryan Rehl was interviewed by CBS in Phoenix. A ear, nose and throat doctor at the Arizona Sinus Center Phoenix is now putting these in patients on a regular basis. The device is called Propel.

It's an innovative FDA-approved medical device that's inserted following a sinus procedure.

The spring-like stent expands to prop open the sinus and gradually delivers an advanced steroid with anti-inflammatory medicine directly to the sinus lining, where it's needed most.

Dr. Ryan Rehl manipulated Phoenix Suns "Marcin Gortat's " broken nose back into place on Saturday.

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Nash won't miss time for nose surgery

Phoenix Suns' guard Steve Nash continues to take hits to face

Steve Nash Has Broken Nose

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