The University of Colorado Sinus Center

Rhinology & Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery

The University of Colorado Sinus Center is the premier center of excellence in the Rocky Mountain region for the comprehensive medical and surgical management of patients with diseases of the nose and sinus. Our expertise includes a broad range of disorders from sinusitis and nasal polyps to complicated tumors​ of the nose, sinus, and skull base utilizing state-of-the-art minimally-invasive surgical techniques.

The University of Colorado Sinus Center is committed to patient-centered care, which includes respect for each patient’s values, preferences, and expectations; the coordination and integration of care; communication and education; and the involvement of family and friends. Through superior medical and surgical care, research and education, we strive to improve the quality of life of our patients with diseases of the nose, sinus, and skull base. 

Our group is actively involved in research of the following areas:

  • Understanding the mechanisms of inflammatory sinus disease
  • Cystic fibrosis, fungal sinusitis, nasal polyposis
  • Exploring genetic and molecular factors in chronic sinusitis
  • Novel surgical techniques for approaching the orbit and skull base
  • Minimally-invasive diagnostic and surgical approaches for sinusitis and skull base tumors
  • Collaborative approach with physicians and researchers at the University of Colorado-Boulder, University of Colorado School of Medicine, and National Jewish Health.
  • Development of collaborative team approach to minimally-invasive skull base surgery utilizing neurosurgeons, orbital surgeons, and our endoscopic rhinologic surgeons.

Providers:

Todd T. Kingdom, M​D
Cameran C​​ollins, PA-C, MHS​
Anne E. Getz, MD
Robie Gray, PA-C, BS
Alicia Neff, RN, MS, NP
Vijay R. Ramakrishnan, MD

Condition We Treat: