• Allergy

    Allergy is a hypersensitivity reaction to a specific protein.
  • Food Allergy

    Food allergies affect about 6 to 8 percent of children. The most common food allergens are milk, egg, soy, wheat, peanuts, tree nuts, fish and shellfish. Food allergies should be differentiated from an intolerance. Intolerance can be caused by deficiencies of enzymes that causes inability to digest the food.
  • Eczema

    Is a chronic skin disorder involving dry, itchy and patchy skin rashes. Usually occurs in infants early on in life. It is a predictor of allergies. Children with eczema have a higher incidence of developing asthma, environmental or food allergies.
  • Hives

    Hives are raised itchy red welts on the surface of the skin. They are usually caused by a reaction to food or medicine. A cause for chronic hives is mostly elusive. Hives in children can also be caused by viral infections.
  • Asthma

    Asthma is a chronic disease that causes inflammation of the bronchial tubes.
  • Allergic Rhinits

    Allergic Rhinitis is a condition caused by allergies to environmental inhalants like Dust, Mites, Molds, Cockroach and Animal Dander.
  • Insect Sting Allergies

    One can have either local or generalized reactions to insect stings. If you have generalized reaction you need to be evaluated by an allergist for venom desensitization. You should always carry an Epipen/Auvi-Q at all times.
  • Drug Allergies

    Penicillin testing can be performed in the office. Talk to us about pre-treatment regimen for dye allergy. Local anesthetic testing for dental procedures can be performed in the office.
  • Immunodeficiency

    If you have recurrent infections including sinusitis, bronchitis and pneumonia it needs to be evaluated by an allergist. We treat patients with IV immunoglobulin if necessary.
  • Hereditary Angioedema

    Patient present with recurrent episodes of painless swelling without hives. These patients can develop upper airways swelling which can be life threatening.