When to See an Allergist
If your nose runs, your eyes water and your throat scratches longer than a typical cold, it’s time to see an allergy specialist. More seriously, if you have symptoms involving breathing, sinus pain, itching, swelling, reddening or food-related discomfort, now’s the time to see us. Even if you’ve “never had allergies,” it’s possible to develop them over time.
Why See a Specialist?
While your general practitioner could treat your symptoms, an allergist provides the best treatment. Our allergy specialists have completed six years of training beyond medical school, stay current with the latest treatments and research, and develop a personalized plan that adapts to your needs.