Allergy testing

Identify allergy triggers optimize treatment improve quality of life

Rhinitis Is One of the Most Frequently Reported Conditions in the United States. • Symptoms of allergic rhinitis include nasal congestion, rhinorrhea, sneezing, and itching of the nose 

• Allergic rhinitis and nonallergic rhinitis overlap, have overlapping symptoms, making accurate diagnosis a challenge.

• Headache, fatigue, cognitive impairment, and sleep disturbance may occur, leading to significant detriments to quality of life and performance at school and work.

Allergic Rhinitis is a Risk Factor for Asthma - Definitive Diagnosis and Appropriate Treatment May Prevent the Progression to Asthma.

• Increasing data support the concept of an allergic march—a progression of allergic diseases that begins in childhood and culminates in asthma.

• Asthma symptoms include coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, and nighttime awakenings.

• Up to 90% of children and 50% of adults have an allergic component to their asthma10

• It is essential to identify and reduce exposure to relevant allergens and irritants in order to effectively manage asthma patients.

Now you can treat the cause of your allergies safely and effectively-without shots. We’re pleased to offer our patients allergy immunotherapy that you can take at home. It’s called sublingual immunotherapy-or allergy drops. Allergy drops work similar to allergy shots, slowly helping you build tolerance to the substance that causes your allergic reactions. The difference is that the antigen is placed under your tongue in liquid form. Not only are allergy drops more convenient, research also shows they are safe and effective for people of all ages.