About the Presenting Physicians
Dr. Knox practices in Colorado Springs, CO, at Colorado ENT & Allergy.
He is a Center of Excellence Trainer for Entellus Medical, regularly hosts peers to share insights on office-based procedures, and is the author of "Topical and injected lidocaine with epinephrine provides good anesthesia and excellent hemostasis for in-office sinonasal procedures."
Dr. Loughlin practices in Litchfield, CT at Westood ENT.
Dr. Loughlin is an Entellus trainer, and regularly shares his approach to in-office treatment with visitors at his practice in Connecticut.
Dr. Peters practices in Baton Rouge, LA.
He serves as trainer in the Entellus Center of Excellence peer-to-peer education program, and hosts regular visits to his practice to discuss technique best practices.
Dr. Gould is the founder and director of the St. Louis Sinus Center. He is a Center of Excellence trainer for Entellus, and hosts peers to share his best practices on integrating and performing balloon sinus dilation procedures in the office.
Dr. Gould is the lead author of "In-office, multisinus balloon dilation: 1-Year outcomes from a prospective, multicenter, open label trial," published in March/April 2014 issue of the American Journal of Rhinology & Allergy.
Dr. Cutler practices in Denver, CO at the Colorado Sinus Institute and is the lead author of "Standalone balloon dilation versus sinus surgery for chronic rhinosinusitis: A prospective, multicenter, randomized, controlled trial" published in the Journal of Rhinology & Allergy, which features 6 month data from the REMODEL study--the first prospective, multi-center, open-label, randomized, controlled trial with sufficient statistical power to compare standalone balloon sinus dilation to the standard of care, Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery (FESS) for the treatment of medically refractory CRS.