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Dr. Michael Armstrong Receives the 2016 Vitals Compassionate Doctor Award

Based on Dr. Michael Armstrong’s patient ratings and reviews, he has received the 2016 Vitals Compassionate Doctor Award. This award recognizes a doctor who always goes above and beyond to treat their patients with the utmost of kindness. Visit Dr. Armstrong’s profile on  to see patient ratings and reviews.  While you are there, please […]

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Richmond: Sneeziest and Wheeziest City in America

Do you suffer from allergies?  If you live in the Richmond area, you’re certainly not alone!  The Natural Resources Defense Council recently named Richmond the “sneeziest and wheeziest” city in the United States, based on its combination of ragweed pollen and ozone smog.  Also named in the top 5 were Memphis, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia and […]

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Sinus of the Times- Less Invasive Procedure Helps Patients Breathe Easier

Published in Richmond Magazine – December 2014 If the latest seasonal weather shift brings aching sinuses, scratchy throats and maybe a cough waiting in the wings, most of us tend to pop an allergy pill, grab an ibuprofen and hope that the sinuses clear until next season. For chronic sinusitis sufferers who find themselves  on […]

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Dr. Armstrong on Virginia This Morning

Virginia This Morning Richmond Sinus & Allergy Segment – featuring Dr. Michael Armstrong, moderated by Jessica Noll Jessica Noll: Do you constantly feel like you have a cold? It could actually be allergies. Dr. Michael Armstrong from Richmond Sinus & Allergy is with us this morning – just in time for the looming allergy season. […]

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Leaving A Bad Taste In Your Mouth – Sinusitis (via Medical News Today)

The immune system protects the upper respiratory tract from bacterial infections, but the cues that alert the immune system to the presence of bacteria are not known. In this issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation, researchers led by Noam Cohen at the University of Pennsylvania demonstrated that the bitter taste receptor T2R38 regulates the […]

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