All new patients will have an initial consultation and evaluation with our physicians to establish individual testing and treatment indications. In addition to a detailed medical history and physical examination, we will discuss the most appropriate testing & treatment options for your specific condition with you. Whenever possible, common allergy testing is arranged on the same day of the initial appointment to prevent an extra unnecessary trip to the office. Some testing, procedures, and treatments may require additional visits. Our staff will explain all about the tests and charges that will be incurred before actually proceeding with any testing. You will be given time to consider all options before proceeding with testing.
For testing, we advise our new patients to stop taking all antihistamine medications 5 days before their new patient appointment. Patients should not stop any of your other medications such as inhalers or nose sprays. If they are unable to discontinue their antihistamines, they should continue their medications, and the physician will discuss alternative medications, testing, or later testing at their initial appointment.
Our providers take pride in providing extensive education on prevention and treatment of immunological conditions. Treatment options will be mutually discussed and individualized to meet our patient’s needs. Examples of treatment options include but are not limited to: allergy avoidance and/or food elimination counseling, medication management, allergen immunotherapy (allergy shots or oral immunotherapy for foods), and biologic treatments.
Please visit our portal to fill out your new patient information, or please print and bring the following paperwork with you to your visit.
We are proud to offer our patients a secure online Portal for their convenience. Each patient will receive a User ID and password from our patient care representatives. If you need assistance with the portal or logging in, please call our Patient Care Representatives.
Patients transferring their care or allergy shots to our practice should arrange a new patient appointment with our office. Please have all medical records and applicable shot records faxed to 248-335-3760 prior to your new patient visit.
Your vials may be mailed to us directly at:
Allergy and Asthma Care P.C.
43700 Woodward Avenue,
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302
For questions about transferring shots to our practice, please call us at 248-335-0200 .