Christina Allen: I woke up from Balloon Sinuplasty, and I could breathe.

Christina Allen's sinus problems interfered with her activities and with having the lap dog she always wanted. When she learned that minimally invasive Balloon Sinuplasty at Baylor Medical Center at Frisco could expand her airways without cutting into tissue or bone, she said, "Sign me up." Recovery was a breeze. Christina woke up from surgery pain-free and able to breathe "for the first time." These days, she's able to do more things with her family, including the new addition: a rescue Chihuahua named Lola.