What are the best allergy treatments?
- Environmental Allergy Treatments: the allergy treatment plan can be formulated with combined strategies of avoidance, medications, and either allergy shots or allergy drops.
- Stinging Insect Treatments: venom allergy shot has been found to be a safe and an effective treatment for patients who have had a systemic (whole-body) allergic reaction.
- Food Allergy Treatments: current treatment includes strict avoidance and administration of allergy medications (antihistamine and Epinephrine) to use as needed during anaphylactic reactions.
Advanced Allergy Treatment Options
We match therapies to the specific profile of a patient, and based on the findings, prescribe allergy shots, medications, drops, rush immunotherapy, and other procedures.
- Cluster and Rush Immunotherapy – this is an advanced allergy injection. Multiple doses of allergen immunotherapy are administered in the office requiring fewer office visits. With these rapid schedules, you can complete the build-up in less than 8 weeks.
- Allergy Drops (SLIT)
“Been getting allergy shots here for 8 years, and it has always been a wonderful experience.” – Tony F.
You should see a doctor if you:
- Chronically suffer from nasal congestion, difficulty breathing, or chronic sinus infections
- Are not helped by over-the-counter (OTC)allergy medications, or who experience adverse side effects from those medicines
- Are having to take OTC chronically (more than 2 months a year) especially nasal steroids (Flonase, Nasocort, Rhinocort, Nasonex)
- Have difficulty with day-to-day functions due to allergy or asthma symptoms
- Experience warning signs of severe asthma, such as struggling to catch their breath, chronic or frequent chest tightness, or wheezing or coughing
are not receiving adequate results from previously-prescribed asthma medication
- Have chronic or recurrent sinus infections