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LEADING

THE FIELD IN

IMMUNOTHERAPY

World Class Partners

Our physician partners understand that best patient outcome includes a comprehensive understand of the patient profile. Our services help augment their practice by providing an ancillary service that helps provide meaningful treatment options for allergy issues.

Testing for 70 Types of Allergens

Our scratch-test helps identify 70 types of the most common allergies. As a result, we are able to provide a customized immunotherapy treatment program for you.

FAQ

How long will I be treated?

A 3 -10 month treatment plan is often recommended.  Our Customers get the choice of selecting their own customized treatment plans

Does it Hurt?

Generally, no. Our scratch exam introduces 70 of the most allergies for your region that may cause some slight inflammation, but typically the discomfort is minimal.

How long does it take?

The scratch test takes about 30 minutes to perform on average to perform. Upon a follow-up visit, we evaluate the results of the test to identify the adverse reaction sites. A custom treatment option is typically available within a week.

- Seasonal Allergies: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

 

- Pet Allergies: Like dog & cat dander

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- Food Allergies: Nuts, Milk, Eggs, Wheat, etc.

- Skin Allergies: Sun, cosmetic, Poison Oak, etc

 

- Plant Allergies: Pollen & Mold e.g.

Types of Allergies

ARE YOU EXPERIENCING ANY OF THESE SYMPTOMS?

HIGHLY TRAINED PHARMACISTS

CREATING YOUR

IMMUNOTHERAPY

WHY IMMUNOTHERAPY

Allergy immunotherapy is the stimulation of the immune system with gradually increasing doses of the substances to which a person is allergic. The process is to modify or stop the allergy by reducing the strength of the IgE response.

 

This form of treatment is very effective for allergies to pollen, mites, tree pollen, animal dander and especially stinging insects. Allergy immunotherapy usually takes six months to a year to become effective, and injections are usually required for up to three years.

SEASONS

In the Spring allergy season can start as early as February. Trees the main culprit, produce high amounts of pollen.

 

During the Summer, grasses, such as johnson, bermuda and rye, release allergy-causing pollen. This leads to many days missing work and or just feeling crummy. 

 

Weeds provide major allergy issues during the Fall—especially ragweed, which can grow in nearly every environment.  Be aware of your surroundings and get relief, there is treatment for your specific symptoms.

WHEN IS ALLERGY SEASON OVER?

Millions of Americans experience year-round symptoms, regardless of when pollen season starts and ends. Year-round allergy symptoms can be caused by indoor allergens, such as dust mites, pet dander, and mold. Get an allergy test today and start getting relief from your symptoms.