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We Are Here To Help You!

During your first visit, you will be discussing your medical problems with our clinicians.  Based on your history and examination, testing and treatment options will be dicussed. Please do not stop any medication you are taking, there will be no allergy testing done at your first appointment.

Coming to your appointment well prepared is going to help you.

It is very important that you bring all your medications (not just a list). Include all prescription drugs as well as non-prescription vitamins, minerals, supplements etc. Do not forget eye drops, creams and ointments, nose sprays or inhalers.

Bring a copy of results of any recent blood work, previous allergy testing, Chest X Rays, CT scans, MRIs or anything relevant to the problems you are having. If your visit is for a skin condition that may not be present or visible when you come in, please bring photos (on your phone) of hives, welts, or any skin rashes or swelling.



Please come at least 15 minutes early to fill out some paperwork and remember your insurance card. Allergy services are usually covered by insurance but will likely be subject to co-pay, co-insurance and deductible.
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We treat conditions in the fields of Allergy and Immunology. 

Nose, Sinus, Throat Conditions
Runny nose, rhinitis, nasal congestion
Sinus headaches, sinus pressure
Sinusitis, sinus infection
Nasal polyps
Post-nasal drainage
Chronic sore throat
Recurrent ear infections
Eye Conditions
Allergic conjuntivitis – itchy, watery eyes
Dermatitis of eyelids
Chest Conditions
Asthma
Exercise induced asthma
Shortness of breath
Chronic cough
Wheezing
Skin Conditions
Hives, welts, urticaria
Angiodema, tongue, lip or facial swelling
Eczema, atopic dermatitis, itchy, dry skin
Food Allergy
Eosinophilic esophagitis
Immune Problems
Recurrent pneumonia
recurrent bronchitis
Recurrent sinus infections
Chronic infections
Hypogammaglobulinemia
Common Variable Immunodeficiency
Antibody deficiency syndrome
Other Allergic Problems
Allergy to medications
Anaphylaxis
Insect allergy, reactions to fire ant,
Latex allergy
Poison ivy, other types of contact dermatitis