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If you are concerned you have an allergy or a strange medical condition that has not been diagnosed, allergy testing might just be the next best step for you. Our specially trained and board certified physicians will help you get to the bottom of your medical mystery. We want to help our clients find the right treatment, so please give us a call today and see what we can do for you.

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If you have allergy symptoms associated with food allergies, allergic rhinitis, asthma, skin rashes, angioedema, hives, venom, penicillin and other drug allergies, diagnosis can be easily done by skin and blood test. Find out what exactly you are allergic to.

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Immunotherapy is a highly effective form of allergy treatment that targets underlying causes of allergic reactions. People experience less severe and fewer allergy symptoms, if at all, for many years after treatment has been completed.

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Spirometry is used to measure forced expiratory flow rates and volumes. It is the most commonly used pulmonary function test and is useful in the evaluation of patients with respiratory symptoms (eg, dyspnea, cough, wheeze) or risk factors for respiratory disease (eg, smoking, occupational exposures, family history).

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Need to edit: “Oral immunotherapy” or oral desensitization for food allergies is a medical treatment guided by a board-certified allergist with a payoff of lifetime freedom from food fear and stress.

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PLACEHOLDER [Drug desensitization is a method of safely administering a medication to a patient who is allergic to it. This procedure temporarily allows an allergic patient to take the medication by tricking the immune system into accepting it.]



Effective biologic therapies are now available to treat some poorly controlled allergic conditions. Unlike traditional medications that may affect the entire immune system, biologics only target certain cells and pathways of the immune system.



IVIG has a number of immunosuppressive and antiinflammatory properties that include modulation of immunoglobulin G (IgG) levels, lymphocyte and reticuloendothelia function, cytokine production, complement regulation, and clearance of pathogenic IgG. IVIG provides adequate concentrations of antibodies against a broad range of pathogens for patients.



Achieving a molecular diagnosis provides the most comprehensive understanding of a patient's primary immune dysregulation, allowing for tailored interventions and personalized surveillance strategies. The diagnostic process to uncover a molecular etiology, however, can be complicated by numerous testing strategies and modalities, each with their own nuances and limitations. 

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