How to prepare for spring allergies - Family Allergy and Asthma

How to Prepare for Spring Allergies Now

During this time of year, weather throughout Kentucky and Indiana change daily. As temperatures reach above 50 degrees, plants begin to bloom and release pollen into the air. Those with seasonal spring allergies will usually start to see symptoms in early March and last through May. It’s important to start preparing for allergies now before pollen

Flooding, Mold and your allergies - Family Allergy and Asthma

Flooding, Mold, and Your Allergies

Mold growth after a flood is harmful to those with mold allergies. As the floodwaters have started to recede, clean up from the recent flooding has begun across the region. Mold is a common occurrence in damps areas of the home like the basement or a bathroom. After a flood, flooded homes and cars must

holiday hours at our family allergy offices

Holiday Hours 2018

Concerned about when to get your allergy shot this holiday season? Here is a list of our office closings for our Annual Company Christmas Party, Christmas, and New Year’s this holiday season. As it grows colder, please check our Facebook page for severe weather closings. Holiday Party Closings: Closing Early on Friday, December 14- Main

How Rush Allergy Shots Work - Family Allergy and Asthma

Explaining Rush Allergy Shots

Rush Immunotherapy, or “Rush Allergy Shots,” shortens the build-up phase of allergy shots. Typically this phase lasts 3-6 months; however, with Rush, the build-up phase is just 1 to 2 days.

Welcome Kentuckiana Allergy to Family Allergy & Asthma

Welcome to the family, Kentuckiana Allergy!

We are excited to announce that effective December 3, 2018, Kentuckiana Allergy join Family Allergy & Asthma. The physicians at Kentuckiana Allergy will continue to provide patient care at all of their current locations and patients will continue to see their usual doctor.