Now is the the best time


A number of my patients who receive allergy immunotherapy (allergy shots) mentioned to me that this past spring, despite the high pollen counts, was their best yet. No sneezing, eye itching, runny nose, nasal congestion etc. They were able to go outside and enjoyed doing so. Perhaps using an oral antihistamine on an as needed basis was all it took to control their symptoms, as the allergy injections took care of the rest. This therapy is available to all but it needs time to work. Schedule a visit today to get evaluated and to learn more about our allergy immunotherapy program and let the next spring be your best one too!

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