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Certain pollens and molds can cause an allergic reaction in some people. These allergens can affect the eyes, ears, nose, throat and respiratory tract causing symptoms such as sneezing, itching, congestion and difficulty breathing. Allergists can help identify what they are allergic to and customize a treatment plan to keep symptoms under control.

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Unfortunately, it’s quite common for people to have an allergic reaction when exposed to their furry friends. Most animals, including cats and dogs, carry around proteins in their skin cells and saliva that may cause an allergic reaction. These year-round allergens can affect the eyes, throat, and ears of an individual. Allergists can help identify these allergens and come up with a treatment plan specific for each patient.

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Foods, such as milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, and others can cause an allergic reaction that can affect the skin, respiratory tract, and other organ systems. Any type of food can potentially cause an allergic reaction that can range from mild hives to a life-threatening reaction called anaphylaxis. Working with an allergist to identify which foods need to be avoided and how to stay safe with a food allergy is crucial in preventing these reactions from occurring.

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If your family has a history of asthma, eczema or seasonal allergies, then you have an increased risk of developing the disease yourself. Both asthma and bronchitis can either be intermittent or persistent and can be exacerbated by allergens. The diseases affect the respiratory system and cause symptoms that include coughing, wheezing, and shortness of breath. Allergists can provide testing and treatment to identify triggers for your asthma to allow for better asthma control.

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Both hives and eczema negatively affect the skin by causing irritation and itchiness. Eczema is an inflammatory skin condition that causes the skin to develop dry, itchy patches that flake. Hives are raised, red welts that vary in size and are also typically itchy. Allergists can work with patients to help identify what triggers hives and/or eczema and prescribe medications to keep symptoms under control.

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As always, we are focused on patient care. All of our staff and doctors try to do our best to take care of our patients. We all feel great when our patients tell us things such as, “You have the best staff” and “You have a very well-run office.” To keep up with the changing medical landscape and technology advances, we have also updated our website with Patient Portal access.

We realized a long time ago that patient communication is critical to any practice’s success. In medical practice, the relationship between the patient, the staff, and the doctors is crucial.

We urge our patients to use this site with care and diligence. Thank you, and we look forward to serving your needs more efficiently through technology!

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