Allergy Services

Suffering with allergies

We offer allergy testing and immunotherapy services so you can reduce or eliminate your symptoms without medication.

Allergies

If you are suffering with allergies, we can help by reducing or eliminating your symptoms without medication.

Avance Care offers allergy testing and immunotherapy services. Our goal is to find the treatment that best suits your allergies and your lifestyle, so your allergies doe lead to other medical conditions, such as asthma, migraine headaches, sleep disorders, sinusitis (chronic nasal congestion) and nasal polyps (non-cancerous, teardrop-shaped growths that form in the nose or sinuses)

Ask your primary care provider about allergy testing, allergy shots, or drops, so you can start feeling better sooner.

Immunotherapy

Immunotherapy is the best way to manage your allergies with the least amount of medication. You can break free of antihistamines or steroid treatments and gain a long-term solution to minimize your allergy symptoms.

During Immunotherapy, your doctor will inject small amounts of the substances that are causing your allergies under your skin, or it can be placed directly under your tongue. This helps your body to adjust to the allergen causing you trouble. The result is less allergy symptoms when you encounter the allergen in your daily life.

At first, you receive the treatment once a week as you work your way to what’s known as a maintenance dose. Once you reach the maintenance dose, your treatment will eventually move to once a month. After 1–3 years of therapy, you will have greatly reduced or eliminated your allergy symptoms and the need to take expensive medications to control them. It’s that simple.

Allergies and Asthma

Most people with asthma also have allergies. Starting treatment with allergy shots can greatly improve your quality of life if you suffer from asthma. Studies show that 20% of asthma sufferers who have the treatment go completely off of their inhalers and the other 80% use significantly less medication to control their symptoms. This connection between Asthma and Allergies is so important that the National Institutes of Health recommends that all people with asthma should be allergy tested and be treated with allergy shots if they have positive results and allergy symptoms.

Allergy testing & Immunotherapy

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