Flu Vaccines Available Beginning September 16th During Shot Room Hours

Allergy and Asthma Consultants Inc has cared for the needs of its patients for over 29 years. We are dedicated to diagnosing and treating allergy, asthma, and related immunologic disorders in adults and children. Our staff of highly trained professionals is here to help you manage and control your allergy and asthma symptoms.

Feel free to browse our website and use it as a guide to learn about our medical practice, as well as helpful information about allergic disorders. Welcome to Relief!

Did you know that Board Certified Allergists are the only physicians trained in the formulation of  Immunotherapy?

Allergy and Asthma Consultants' Physicians are Board Certified

 BACK TO SCHOOL REMINDER !

Please bring your required school forms to our office as soon as possible. If your child is due for an appointment it may be necessary for him/her to be seen and re-evaluated so that an accurate and updated treatment plan is provided on the school form. The forms are completed within 2-3 business days of receipt in the office.

Allergen Immunotherapy:  Still Working After 100 years

Immunotherapy treatment (allergy shots) is based on a century-old concept that the immune system can be desensitized to specific allergens that trigger allergy symptoms.

Over the years, we have learned much more about allergen immunotherapy including long-term benefits and what protocols are needed to make it beneficial. Among the most important findings is that immunotherapy can provide long-term symptom relief for years after treatment is discontinued, and that it is a cost-effective approach to treating many allergies. Research has demonstrated that allergy immunotherapy can be effective in treating:

~ Allergic Asthma

~ Allergic Rhinitis and Conjunctivitis

~ Stinging Insect Allergy

~ Atopic Dermatitis

The decision to begin immunotherapy is based on several factors:

~ Length of allergy season and severity of symptoms

~ How well medications and avoiding allergens control allergy symptoms

~ Desire to avoid long-term medication use

~ Time. Immunotherapy requires a significant time commitment during the build-up phase, and a less frequent commitment during the maintenance phase. Costs vary depending on region and insurance coverage.