Dr. Doris Lin

Undergraduate:

Hampden-Sydney College in Hampden-Sydney, VA and graduated with a B.S. in Chemistry In 1998

PhD and MBA from Wake Forest University In 2003

Fellowship:

Wake Forest University School of Medicine in the Biochemistry Department In 2006

Medical Education:

Wake Forest University School of Medicine In 2010

Board Certification:

American Board of Otolaryngology

Clinic Locations:

Sanford Office
Apex Office

Richard Alexander M.D., Ph.D., MBA

My name is Richard Alexander, and I was born in Sanford, NC, where my father was the minister of the Edgewood Presbyterian Church. When I was 3 years old our family moved to Rocky Mount, NC. At the age of thirteen, we relocated to Charlotte, NC. I attended Hampden-Sydney College in Hampden-Sydney, VA and graduated with a B.S. in Chemistry. Following my undergraduate studies, I obtained my PhD and MBA from Wake Forest University.

I then furthered my research with a postdoctoral fellowship at Wake Forest University School of Medicine in the Biochemistry Department. In 2006, I started medical school at Wake Forest University School of Medicine and entered into Otolaryngology at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. My wife’s name is Melissa and we have a four year-old son named Jonathan. I have been trained in all aspects of general otolaryngology with special interests in sinus surgery, thyroid surgery, facial plastics and reconstruction, pediatrics, otology, allergy, voice, and head and neck cancers.

Recent Articles by Dr. Richard Alexander

In Office Balloon Sinuplasty

Chronic sinusitis can affect one’s quality of life in many ways. Some of the symptoms of chronic sinusitis can include nasal obstruction, nasal congestion, postnasal drip, decreased sense of smell, facial pressure, headaches, fatigue, pain in the upper teeth, and pain behind the eyes just to name a few. Once a thorough history and physical examination has taken place, your ENT doctor will determine what further testing you may need including nasal endoscopy (using a camera to evaluate the nasal passages) and/or CT imaging of the sinuses. Once the diagnosis of chronic sinusitis has been established, the treatment options can then be explored.

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