Present with seasonal or
chronic nasal blockage, sneezing, runny nose.
Sometimes associated with itchy ears and
roof of the mouth.
Symptoms of eye irritation include itching, watery discharge and redness, usually from airborne allergens.
Symptoms are similar to and a complication of nasal allergies. May have facial discomfort, inability to smell and headache.
Variable degrees of shortness fo breath, cough or wheezing. May occur with exercise or cold air. Misdiagnosis is common
Caused by asthma, allergies, sinus infections and acid reflux
Red, itchy swellings on the skin. Can be caused by food and drug allergies, viral infections or autoimmunity.
Deep tissue swelling of the lips, face, tongue or extremities. Common with some medications, rarely deficiency of certain blood proteins.
Chronic patches of inflamed, scaly, darkened, thickened and itchy skin. Associated with food and environmental allergies or chemical contactants
Common food allergies in adults and children, including peanuts, gluten, tree nuts, seeds, seafood and unusual food allergies.
Is the sudden onset of a severe allergic reaction, with swelling, itching, difficulty breathing and collapse.
Scratch and intradermal skin testing
Detects allergies to foods and airborne allergens.
Detects the cause of contact dermatitis or eczema
A breath is forcefully exhaled. Flow rates are measured to diagnose and monitor asthma and related lung disorders.
Passage of a flexible fiberoptic scope in office to visualize the nasal cavity, sinuses and throat.
Exhaled nitric oxide
for asthma diagnosis.
Is the injection of allergens under the skin at increasing doses at regular intervals. Used to enable tolerance to airborne allergens. It is suitable for all people with allergies, especially those not obtaining the desired relief with medication and environmental control.