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At the Allergy & Asthma Center of Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists of Wisconsin we believe that all patients’ needs are uniquely different and we take pride in the personal care that all of our patients receive. From pediatrics to seniors, we offer a friendly and relaxing atmosphere for patients of all ages. Our entire staff works together to provide the highest level of Allergy and Asthma care in the Fox Valley.
Allergy shots consists of a series of injections (shots) with a solution containing the allergens that cause your symptoms.
Allergy drops are similar to allergy shots in how they reduce the sensitivity of a person to specific antigens.
Rather than introducing the antigens into you by a shot, drops consisting of these same antigens are place under the tongue.
Our asthma specialists will monitor your asthma and determine the best treatment plan for you.
Our allergists will identify which foods you are allergic to and how much it takes to cause a reaction.
A quick 5-15 minute procedure to properly diagnose and treat your particular skin condition.
At the Allergy & Asthma Center, we strive to provide personalized, specialty allergy & asthma care. By applying the most current research, diagnostic testing and treatment, we are able to provide evidence-based, highly individualized health care for our patients
The length of appointment is affected by numerous things including: patient age, the number of concerns/problems, type of testing performed, the complexity of concerns and management. Generally, with initial visits, people may be in the clinic anywhere from one to two hours.
The number of tests performed at a visit will depend on some factors including:
No. We do not want you to stop any inhaled medications unless you are specifically directed to do so by your physician or our clinic staff.
We are pleased to provide specialized medical care to individuals of all ages. Testing can be performed on individuals at almost any age but this is greatly affected by the patient's age (e.g. we perform less tests on the younger patient), the type of allergy we are evaluating and the ability of the patient to tolerate the tests.