Allergy Services

Allergy shots are immunizations similar to a flu shot. They prevent 80-90% of your allergic symptoms and often will make medications unnecessary. See more.
This is an allergy treatment in the form of Sublingual Immunotherapy (SLIT, or Oral Drops) that patients can administer themselves under the tongue at home. See more.
Cluster immunotherapy is an accelerated version of traditional immunotherapy treatment, reducing the number of visits by more than half. See more.
Skin testing is a quick and easy way to find out what your or your child is allergic to. We offer two comprehensive panels. See more.
A spirometry test can determine if you have asthma, how your lung function is changing, as well as which medication is most effective for you. See more.
If you get hives, difficulty breathing, itchy mouth and throat, or other symptoms after eating, we can help you figure out if you have a food allergy. See more.
Contact dermatitis is a skin rash that is caused by contact with certain substances. See more.
Allergy to penicillin and related antibiotics is the most commonly reported drug allergy in the United States. See more.
XOLAIR® (Omalizumab) is in a novel class of medications approved for the treatment of moderate to severe persistent allergic asthma. See more.
Injection medication for eczema and severe asthma. See more.

Allergy Diseases

Commonly referred to as simply having allergies or hay fever. See more.
Asthma is a chronic lung condition of inflamed and narrow airways. Half of all asthma is believed to be caused by allergies. See more.
After coming in contact with an allergen or irritant, your skin can become red, inflamed, and itchy. See more.
A condition where patches of skin become dry, itchy, red, and inflamed. See more.
This condition is a chronic allergic inflammatory disease of the esophagus. See more.
This is when your body's immune system has an abnormal reaction to one or more proteins in food. See more.
Nasal polyps are a benign growth on the lining of the nose or sinuses, causing difficulty breathing and/or a decrease sense of smell. See more.
A type of allergy which causes itching of the mouth, throat, and tongue. See more.
We can determine if you are allergic to cats, dogs, and dust mites, all of which can contribute to year-round allergy and asthma symptoms. See more.
Acute sinusitis is an inflammation or swelling of the tissues of the sinuses or nasal passages. This can lead to a sinus infection. See more.
Swollen, pale-red bumps or wheals on the skin that can appear suddenly and come and go. See more.