Targeted Allergy Testing
If you suffer from chronic allergy symptoms and "hay fever," we start by determining the cause of your allergic reactions to determine the most effective treatment. This simple test is quick, accurate and performed with minimal discomfort.
Symptoms May Include:
- Skin rashes
- Runny nose
- Nasal congestion
- Itchy or watery eyes
- Sore throat or cough
- Post-nasal drip
Get Relief from Your Allergy Symptoms
From itchy eyes and a sore throat to sniffling and sneezing, chronic allergy symptoms can be detrimental to your everyday quality of life. Over 50 million Americans suffer from allergies and Louisville is considered one of the top "Allergy Capitals" in the country.
Treatment & Management Options:
- Allergy shots or drops
- Prescription nasal spray
- Allergy eye drops
- Pollen and dust reduction via air purifiers
- Mildew spore reduction via humidifiers
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Allergic reactions occur when your immune system overreacts to allergens like plant pollen, dust mites, mold, insect bites, or food. Your body releases histamine in response to these irritants, which can affect your lungs, eyes, nose, skin, stomach, and intestines.
It is difficult to determine the difference between a cold and allergies, this often requires an office visit. One tip is that colds typically don’t pick a certain time of year to happen. If you have a recurrent cold the same time every year, you should consider allergies as a cause.
We are always happy to check your benefits and insurance to make sure we accept it. For allergy testing done in the office, we give you the amount before the test is done, so you are informed about any cost.
If your allergies are left untreated, you’re at risk for developing sinusitis, nasal polyps, chronic sinus headaches, ear infections, etc. For this reason it’s important to address your allergies accordingly.
The best way to treat your allergies is with prescription allergy medication, environmental control and immunotherapy in the form of allergy shots or drops.
If you have a rash, swelling of the lips, mouth, abdominal pain, vomiting, nausea, or diarrhea after eating a specific food, you may be allergic. Getting tested for food allergies can help prevent this discomfort in the future, and can help you avoid more dangerous reactions.
Still Have Questions?
As your allies in wellness, our team strives to address all of your questions and concerns. Give us a call and we'll work with you to get the best answers.
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Reserve Your Allergy Appointment
Begin your path to relief by scheduling an appointment with one of our allergy specialists. You can also give us a call at (502) 425-5556.