The commercials all over television and the radio like to tell you how many people across the country suffer from allergy symptoms, but at our clinic we only care about your specific allergic profile. The resources you’ll find using our clinic’s helpful tool will allow you to pinpoint your symptoms and learn about the wide-ranging conditions and allergy treatment solutions. Whether it’s pollen, dust mites, mold spores, pet dander or certain foods, we want to develop a plan to make sure you don’t get bogged down by your allergies.
Regardless of your unique circumstances, we can help you find some answers. Our clinic is dedicated to helping you find the exact problem you have and then crafting a solution.
Once you feel you’ve learned what you can here, we would love to meet with you and listen to your unique symptoms.
Allergy symptoms differ depending on the type of allergy. Allergy symptoms typically involve the airways, sinuses, nasal passages and skin. They can range from mild to severe. What Are the Symptoms of Anaphylaxis? Some patients may develop anaphylaxis, a potentially fatal reaction that causes swelling in the throat and breathing difficulties. Symptoms may develop within…Read More
The only way to treat your allergy symptoms is to determine exactly what is causing them. This is done through a series of allergy tests. What Is a Skin Prick Test? A skin prick test is the most common form of allergy testing. This test involves placing a small drop of an allergen extract on…Read More
Allergy symptoms can often be relieved through the use of over-the-counter or prescription medications and nasal sprays. Medical therapy provides short-term relief and may be enough of a solution for people with seasonal allergies or those whose symptoms are not severe. If your symptoms do not improve with the use of medications, you should consult…Read More
People who suffer from allergies that don’t respond to medical treatment may find relief from immunotherapy, a method of building tolerance to an allergen by introducing it to the body in small doses over a period of time. It is usually given as injections (allergy shots), but can also be taken orally. When ingested, it…Read More