• Do Allergy Shots
    Work for Children?

    Per the American Academy of Pediatrics, age is not a barrier to allergy testing – even infants can benefit. Children can also receive allergy shots. The age in which shots may be recommended to young children is done on a case-by-case basis.

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  • Why See a Board-Certified Allergist?

    Allergists are doctors who have specifically trained to diagnose and treat patients who have allergies and asthma. No other physician specialty has this level of expertise with these conditions.

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  • How Do Allergy
    Shots Work?

    Immunotherapy, more commonly referred to as allergy shots, are a more natural approach to increasing your tolerance to allergens in which you are allergic.

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  • Download
    Our
    Patient App!

    Our patient app lets you scan-in for allergy shots, pay your bill, and send a note to your doctor, all in the palm of your hand.

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  • What Causes Allergies?

    No one knows for certain why certain people are allergic to certain things while others are not. We do know that allergies tend to run in families. If you have allergies, it’s very likely that at least one of your children will as well.

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  • Explaining the Cause of Asthma

    Asthma is a chronic disease that affects the airways in your lungs. If you have asthma, the lining of your airways are swollen and inflamed all the time. This makes your airways more likely to be bothered by allergens.

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