Family Allergy & Asthma

Stop Suffering from Allergies

Get Treatment for your Allergies

You don’t have to keep living with the frustrating symptoms of allergies or asthma. Our board-certified allergists are nearby and can offer a variety of effective treatments that can end your suffering for good. Whether it’s seasonal, indoor, or food allergies, or if your sinus issues, wheezing or coughing just won’t go away – we’re here to help.

  • Allergy testing and treatment for patients of all ages
  • Same-week appointments are often available
  • Nearly all insurance accepted

Treatment Options Available:

An allergy skin test is the best, most accurate way to determine the extent of your allergies, as well as a treatment plan. From your results, our allergists will create with you a customized treatment plan, that can include medications, environmental control, and/or immunotherapy, also known as allergy shots, tablets, or drops.


Patients who can avoid the trigger of their allergies or if the usual doses of allergy medications can control their symptoms may not need immunotherapy. Our physicians may recommend the following to help control allergy symptoms:

  • oral antihistamines
  • nasal sprays
  • prescription medication

Allergy Immunotherapy

Allergy Shots:

If medication isn’t helping, our doctors may recommend allergy immunotherapy or allergy shots. Allergy shots increase your tolerance to the allergens that cause your allergic reactions. By injecting gradually increasing doses of the offending allergen extract, the immune system builds up a tolerance to that allergen. You can think of each shot as adding a brick to the “wall of protection” against things that trigger your allergies.

Allergy shots are given in two phases: build-up and maintenance. Initially, patients are started at a low dose and gradually built up, receiving increasing amounts of the allergens. Once this phase is complete, most patients begin to feel the effects and find relief. To reach the maintenance phase, we offer several schedule options to help patients find relief:

  • Traditional Allergy Shots
    • 1-3 shots a week
    • 3-6 months to reach maintenance
    • No appointments required
  • Cluster Allergy Shots
    • 2 appointments a week (approx. 2 hours)
    • 4-6 weeks to reach maintenance
    • Appointments required
  • Rush Allergy Shots
    • 1-2 full day appointment(s)
    • 1-2 days to reach maintenance
    • Appointments required

We also offer alternatives to allergy shots:

  • Allergy Tablets
    • FDA approved prescription oral immunotherapy tablets.
    • Tablets are generally not the best option for patients who are allergic to multiple things, though may be a good option for someone allergic only to grass or ragweed.
  • Allergy Drops
    • Sublingual Immunotherapy is often referred to as allergy drops.
    • Allergy drops are NOT approved by the FDA, though their usage is fairly common and completely legal. The lack of FDA approval does mean that insurance will not cover allergy drops and patients will be responsible for the full cost.

Schedule an appointment with our doctors to get allergy tested and get on the road to relief. View our locations to find an allergist near you!

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