A Gentle Procedure for Chronic Rhinitis
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What Is Chronic Rhinitis?

Does it feel like your nose runs or feels stuffed up constantly? Or do you feel that you need to blow your nose all the time?

This is because the nasal passages are inflamed, irritated, and swollen.

What Causes Chronic Rhinitis?

For many patients, chronic rhinitis may be caused by abnormal or overactive posterior nasal nerves in the nose. Those nerve signals can cause mucus creation to go into overdrive, creating a near-constant runny, stuffy nose, and/or post-nasal drip.

While not life-threatening, chronic rhinitis can seriously impact your quality of life. Sufferers feel dependent on medications that often only deliver temporary relief1, or they rely on tissues or sprays to keep up with a constant runny and/or stuffy nose. Worst of all, many people feel annoyance or embarrassment in public because of their symptoms, preventing them from living life to the fullest.

Common Allergy Triggers

Common Symptoms
Chronic Rhinitis

  • Runny Nose
  • Persistent post-nasal drip that leads to clearing of throat, coughing, or an “itchy throat”
  • Frequent “stuffed up” feeling
  • Excessive sneezing

Rhinitis is a debilitating disease of the nose that affects 1 in 4 adults in America.2

How Severe Is Your Chronic Rhinitis?

Please rate how severe your symptoms have been over the last two weeks.

Nasal Congestion
Runny Nose
Nasal Itching
Your NOSE score is:
Your score indicates you do not have Rhinitis/Chronic Runny Nose.
If you continue to experience symptoms, consult your doctor.
Your score indicates you may have mild Rhinitis/Chronic Runny Nose.
If you don’t feel interference in life activities, there’s little cause for concern. If you continue to experience symptoms, you may want to speak to an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) physician.
Your score indicates you may have moderate Rhinitis/Chronic Runny Nose.
At the moderate level, your obstructed breathing is affecting your daily activities, and you should consider making an appointment with an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) doctor to discuss it.
Your score indicates you may have severe Rhinitis/Chronic Runny Nose.
Your condition warrants a visit to an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) specialist to discuss your symptoms.
Your score indicates you may have extreme Rhinitis/Chronic Runny Nose.
Disturbed sleep, fatigue, and difficulty with exertion or exercise are clues that your obstruction can possibly have broader health consequences. Your condition warrants a visit to an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) specialist to ask if NEUROMARK® is right for you.
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How Can Neuromark Help?

Neuromark is a Gentle Procedure for Chronic Rhinitis

This non-invasive system will gently deliver low-power radiofrequency (RF) energy to the specific overactive posterior nasal nerves, the source of chronic rhinitis.

The NEUROMARK device disrupts the nerves and may reduce core symptoms.

The procedure has been well tolerated using local anesthetic.3

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What to Expect with Your Neuromark Experience

Prior to Your Procedure

Plan for about a 1-hour appointment. Make sure to discuss with your physician any changes to your medical history and/or medications you are currently taking.

What to Expect During Your Procedure

The NEUROMARK procedure is typically performed in your doctor’s office using only topical and/or local anesthetic. The NEUROMARK device and an endoscope are placed in the back of your nose, where the target nerves are located. The therapy itself takes only a few minutes. You may feel pressure and little to no discomfort during the procedure.3

What to Expect After Your Procedure

Typically, with this type of procedure, there is no downtime, and you will be able to return to your regular day. It may take up to four weeks before any changes in your symptoms become apparent.*


Your physician will speak to you regarding any follow-up appointments needed. Always reach out to your physician with any questions or concerns regarding this procedure.

PAM054r01 April 2023
  1. Sin, Betul & Togias, Alkis. (2011). Pathophysiology of Allergic and Nonallergic Rhinitis. Proceedings of the American Thoracic Society. 8. 106-14. 10.1513/pats.201008-057RN
  2. Settipane RA, Charnock DR. Epidemiology of rhinitis: allergic and nonallergic. Clin Allergy Immunol. 2007;19:23–34.
  3. RELIEVE Final Clinical Report CLR-001
*Individual results may vary.

The materials on this website are for your general educational information only. Information you read on this website cannot replace the relationship that you have with your healthcare professional. We do not practice medicine or provide medical services or advice as a part of this website. You should always talk to your healthcare professional for diagnosis and treatment.

NEUROMARK device may be used in patients with recurring stuffy and/or runny nose. Your physician will need to determine if your condition is one that may benefit from NEUROMARK. Possible side effects include but are not limited to post-operative bleeding, pain or discomfort, allergic reaction to anesthesia or other medication administered during the procedure, and infection. Your condition may not respond to the treatment. To learn more about this procedure and potential risks, ask your physician.
INDICATIONS FOR USE: The NEUROMARK® System is indicated for use in otorhinolaryngology (ENT) surgery for creation of radiofrequency (RF) lesions to disrupt posterior nasal nerves in patients with chronic rhinitis.

Please see Instructions for Use (IFU) for a complete listing of warnings, precautions, and adverse events.CAUTION: Federal (USA) law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.NEUROMARK is trademark of Neurent Medical. PAM026r01 October 2022 Copyright © 2023 Neurent Medical, Inc.