Allergy Treatment Tucson
Allergy treatment can be a challenging a complex puzzle to solve. Each patient can have very unique reactions to the environment around them and what affects one person may not affect another, or affect them differently. Our process is to work with every patient to develop a comprehensive overview of what is specifically causing these allergic reactions.
From environmental elements to topical contact to food or allergens, our physicians can help you identify what is causing your symptoms and develop a strategy to properly treat them. You do not have to suffer needlessly. Get relief today!
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Explore how we can help you below through various categories or types of allergy causes, diagnosis or treatment. We also work with patients suffering from asthma related issues. If you’d like to learn more about asthma, click here.
Allergy & Asthma Treatment Options in Tucson, Arizona
We completely understand patient’s frustration with their allergy and asthma symptoms and we strive everyday to make people’s lives more enjoyable by providing them with a solution.
We’re on your side! Check out some of our other options for the treatment of allergy and asthma. Allergy Asthma Associates, P.C. has been serving the Tucson, Arizona metropolitan and Casa Grande areas for more than 15 years.
We provide respectful, quality care to adults and pediatric patients with up-to-date medical knowledge in the fields of allergy, asthma, and immunology. We also accept most medical insurance plans.
Allergic and Non-allergic (Nasal and sinus inflammation Due to allergic triggers, or infections caused by bacteria, viruses, or fungi). Treatment for allergy of this type can be difficult to treat, but with the help of our physicians, it can be achieved.
Inflammation of the Eye and Eyelid Lining
Due to allergic or environmental exposures). Older adults and young children can have an allergic reaction to certain things and have a difficult time discovering a treatment for allergy of this type.
Asthma and Other Allergic Diseases
In many cases asthma can be a representation of an allergic reaction or asthma exacerbation triggered by the exposure to allergic factors.
Eosinophilic Esophagitis, Peanut induced Anaphylaxis, Etc.
Identification of a list of possible offender food component and its subsequent removal from your diet can lead to significant improvement in food allergy related symptoms.
Penicillin, Local Anesthetics, Aspirin, Latex, Etc.
Many drugs cause localized reaction. others can lead to more severe systemic reactions. Treatment for allergy of this type can be life-threatening and cause anaphylactic shock so we want to treat you right away.
Atopic Dermatitis/Eczema, Etc.
Especially in children, and young adults when allergy can be a major stimulus for eczema flare ups.
Otherwise Known as Hives
It is always important to rule out allergic triggers, although many chronic urticaria cases have unknown triggers and can be unresponsive against the treatment for allergy.
Recurrent Infection Due to Non-HIV
Recurrent infections can be due to major or minor immune deficiency caused by an inherited or acquired disorder.
Prevention and long-term control is the key to preventing asthma attacks. The first step in treating the asthma is learning to recognize your triggers and taking steps to avoid them.
EIA is the most ignored diagnosis in medicine. While 4% of the population has asthma, 12% of the population has EIA. Yet very seldom do I get a referral from a primary care physician for EIA.The right environment to trigger EIA is to exercise in cold weather. People who have EIA shy away from exercise.