Recurrent Ear and Sinus Infections

Nearly 12% of American children have ear infections, with an annual cost of $2.8billion. Roughly 7% of children in the US undergo ear tube surgery.

It doesn’t have to be this way.

Recent Posts

School-aged girl in swimming cap and goggles in pool

Swimmer’s Ear: Reduce the Risk

Swimmer’s ear (medical term otitis externa) is very different from the run-of-the-mill inner ear infection (otitis media). Swimmer’s ear is …

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Preschool girl suffering with seasonal allergies and blowing her nose

Inflammation and Recurrent Illness: A Parent’s Guide

Inflammation is an intricate, complex response by the whole body to what it perceives as a threat.

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Someone in the surf with bare feet

Grounding: Five Reasons to be Outside and Barefooted

Being barefooted and outside has many health benefits. My entire life, I have always gone barefooted as much as possible. …

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What If You Could Break Your Child's Sick Cycle?

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Prevent Common Childhood Illnesses

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The Healthy Kids, Happy Moms Companion Course is a physician-led, parent-centered, time-tested online course that includes assessments, workbooks, recipes, and illness-specific recommendations.

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 Dr. Kilbane’s private practice, Infinite Health, is based in Charlotte, North Carolina. She is currently accepting new patients