Sometimes children have a condition called obstructive sleep apnea, where the child snores so badly that they're atually gasping for air. Sleep apnea is a treatable condition and may represent allergies, large adenoids, or large tonsils.
Michael Armstrong, MD.
founded Richmond ENT in 2001. A native of Richmond, he trained at Johns Hopkins Hospital and has been in practice since 1995. Board-certified in both otolaryngology and in facial plastic surgery, he provides comprehensive treatment of nasal, sinus and allergic disorders, including cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. He is a leader in the development of office-based surgical treatments for sinusitis, such as Balloon Sinuplasty. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy.