In the United States, allergies are the sixth leading cause of chronic illness. The skillful providers of Prominis Medical Services offer comprehensive allergy testing and have extensive knowledge of allergies and allergy triggers. Prominis Medical Services offers a wide range of allergy treatment methods at 12 convenient locations across Brooklyn, Staten Island, Glendale, and Queens, New York, to diminish or alleviate your symptoms and give you much-needed relief. Call your nearest office or book an appointment online today.
When you come into contact with an allergen, you might experience several symptoms, such as:
You might also feel a tingling sensation in your mouth.
Some of the most common allergy triggers are:
Allergies can lead to snoring, sleep apnea, and breathing difficulties.
Prominis Medical Services provides convenient in-office allergy testing and a plethora of effective services, including medications, skin testing, and a food elimination test. For example, your provider might test for pollen allergies via a skin prick test or an IgE blood test.
Your Prominis Medical Services provider discusses the different types of allergy testing in detail to help you determine what’s best. Your provider might also suggest additional testing, such as inflammatory markers, pulmonary function tests, or breathing and asthma tests.
Prominis Medical Services offers helpful medications to treat your allergies. Your provider can also show you how to avoid your allergy triggers. Medications and treatments are typically designed to prevent allergic reactions, block histamine receptors, reduce inflammation, or increase your body’s tolerance to the allergens over time.
Your provider might recommend nasal sprays, eye drops, topical steroids, inhalers, bronchodilators, antihistamines, anti-inflammatories, or other treatment options to cope with your symptoms.
Allergy immunotherapy or desensitization involves allergy shots that work like a vaccine where your body responds to injections of controlled doses of a particular allergen over time. Your provider gradually increases the doses to help you develop an immunity or tolerance to the allergen. Injections are typically administered once or twice a week.
Take control of your allergies with the highest standard of personalized medical care. Call Prominis Medical Services or request an appointment online.