What is Chronic Rhinitis?

Chronic rhinitis is a long-lasting inflammation of the nasal passages. It can be triggered by various factors, including allergies (allergic rhinitis), environmental irritants, infections, and underlying health issues. Unlike acute rhinitis, which is temporary and often related to colds or infections, chronic rhinitis persists over time, potentially affecting daily activities and overall quality of life

Common symptoms to watch for include:

  • A constant runny nose

  • Continuous post-nasal drip

  • Persistent nasal congestion

  • Frequent itching and sneezing


A gentle procedure for chronic rhinitis relief1

The NEUROMARK procedure is changing the game for chronic rhinitis sufferers, offering an effective treatment option. This in-office procedure treats chronic rhinitis at its source by using low-power energy to disrupt the overactive nasal nerves associated with chronic rhinitis.1

After the NEUROMARK procedure, patients experienced a significant reduction in nasal congestion, runny nose, nasal itching, and sneezing, and 89% of patients reported clinically meaningful improvements in quality-of-life measures.2

Key Advantages of the NEUROMARK Procedure:

  • Low-risk and minimally invasive

  • Treats the source of chronic rhinitis

  • Little to no downtime is required

What to expect during the procedure

The NEUROMARK procedure takes only a few minutes to complete, but plan for a 1-hour appointment. The procedure is performed right in our office using local anesthetic, where the NEUROMARK device and an endoscope are placed in the back of your nose to target the nerves associated with chronic rhinitis. 

Typically, no downtime is required, and patients can return to their daily activities right away.

Request an Appointment

See if you qualify for the NEUROMARK procedure by scheduling an appointment with Florida E.N.T. & Allergy today. 


  2. Reh, DD. Lay KL, Davis G, et al. Clinical evaluation of novel multipoint radiofrequency ablation device to treat chronic rhinitis. Laryngoscope Investig Otolaryngol. 2023. Published online 16 March 2023:DOI: 10.1002/lio2.1040