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Allergies can be present with several different symptoms; the typical symptoms include congestion, runny nose, sneezing, and itchy eyes.  Sore throat, skin rashes, headaches, and swelling may be present as well. In rare cases, allergies, such as allergy to a food, may lead to anaphylaxis, which can be a life-threatening reaction.  Allergic reactions can be easily treated so they do not impede your child’s lifestyle.

We can help you determine the cause of your child’s allergies through allergy testing, education and discussion of treatment options related to your child’s allergic reaction.

Asthma Care

Treatment & Management

Asthma is one of the most common chronic diseases of childhood.  Pediatricians are well trained to care for almost all cases of asthma.  We have the technology and experience to track and manage mild and moderate cases.  We ask for help with more severe cases from our Pediatric Pulmonology colleagues.  We have the ability and skill to perform and analyze Spirometry and teach you all you need to know to help manage your child’s asthma at home.  Our goal is for kids with asthma to do everything they want to every single day.  Asthma is common, manageable and almost always gets better with time and good care. In-person visits are usually needed for asthma, but often follow-up care, teaching, and “tune-ups” can be done via telemedicine.