The Journey to Allergy & Asthma Relief

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Schedule an Appointment

At any of our convenient locations, our board-certified allergists and advanced practice providers are ready to help you feel better.

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Discover the
Root Cause

We offer a variety of diagnostic tests to find out what causes your symptoms so that we can treat the real problem and fully understand your condition.

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Personalized Treatment & Relief

Personalized treatment plans help 90% of patients with seasonal allergies and 70–80% of patients with perennial allergies get better.

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Treatment Options

What to expect during your journey

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Initial Consultation & Evaluation

All new patients will meet with one of our providers for an initial consultation and evaluation to find out what tests and treatments are best for them. Along with a thorough medical history and physical exam, we will discuss with you the most appropriate testing and treatment options available for your specific condition.

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Diagnostics & Testing

Whenever possible, common allergy testing is arranged on the same day of the initial appointment to prevent an extra unnecessary trip to the office. We recommend wearing clothing that will allow for allergy testing with ease. A two piece outfit, ex., shirt and pants work best. Some procedures, tests, and treatments may require additional visits. Before any additional tests are performed, our staff will talk to you about what will be done and how much it will cost. You will have time to think about all of your options before moving forward.

For testing, we advise our new patients to stop taking all antihistamine medications five days before their new patient appointment. Antihistamines are commonly found in Benadryl, Triaminic, and many cough and cold medicines. Do not stop taking your Singulair or asthma inhalers. If you are worried or have questions about which medications you should stop taking, please call our office. Click here for a complete list of antihistamines.

Your visit as a new patient can last up to a few hours depending on testing needs, so we recommend planning accordingly. Allergy testing will also require you to stay still, with a limited range of motion, which can make it difficult to keep an eye on small children. Additionally, we have Wi-Fi available in most of our locations for your convenience. Please plan to stay at our office for the duration of your visit.

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Education & Treatment

Our providers take pride in providing extensive education on prevention and treatment of immunological conditions. Treatment options will be talked about with the patient and tailored to meet their needs. Treatment options include, but are not limited to, allergy avoidance and/or food elimination counseling, medication management, allergen immunotherapy (allergy shots or oral immunotherapy for foods), and biologic treatments.