Chronic rhinitis is a nasal condition that refers to a persistent runny nose or post-nasal drip, and affects more than 24 million people in the United States! Until just a few years ago, we had no minimally invasive means of treating patients who did not respond to medical or allergic therapy. Thanks to some very effective new treatments, that is no longer the case. The posterior nasal nerve, a small nerve in the back of the nose found to be responsible for most cases of ‘runny nose’, is now treated in a quick, noninvasive fashion. This 15 minute office procedure has been done in thousands of patients across the country with great success. The physicians at the Nose and Sinus Institute of Boca Raton were proud to be Principal Investigators in some of the early research on posterior nasal nerve ablation.