Content reviewed by Marcy D. Markes, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC | AE-C, National Asthma Educator Certification Board (NAECB) Certified Asthma Educator
At Columbia Allergy and Asthma Specialists, we care about your health and quality of life. Through our services, we can test, treat, and reduce the impact of allergies and asthma on your life. Our qualified allergy and asthma specialists offer allergy screenings, allergy treatment, asthma treatment, and sleep apnea tests to ensure each of our patient’s needs are met. Feel free to learn more about each of our services below or contact us today to schedule an appointment with your allergy and asthma specialists.
Allergy screenings, or an allergy test, is performed to see what allergens are causing an allergic reaction. We use needle-less scratch testing that not only is less painful than intradermal testing, but we believe it to be more accurate due to a reduced dermographic response. Our allergy specialists can test for 58 of the most common airborne allergens and 50 food allergens. Through allergy testing, we can determine whether your symptoms are due to an allergic response or something different. If airborne testing is positive, we will develop a treatment plan that is designed with your specific needs in mind. To learn more about allergy screenings, click the button below or contact us today to schedule an allergy screening appointment.
If the allergy screening reveals any allergies, we will determine which allergy treatment would be best for you and your lifestyle. We offer several allergy treatment options, from allergy medication to allergy immunotherapy. Allergy medication can include over-the-counter medication or prescription medication, depending on what our allergy specialists recommend. Allergy immunotherapy is a treatment process that uses controlled allergy shots to create immunity to your allergy over time. To learn more about our allergy treatment options like allergy medication or allergy immunotherapy, click the button below or contact us today to schedule an allergy treatment appointment.
Sublingual Immunotherapy helps to relieve your allergy symptoms without the use of shots. If you are looking for a non-invasive allergy treatment option, Sublingual Immunotherapy might be the right option for you. This non-invasive allergy treatment option works by consuming small, safe doses of the allergen to build up your tolerance, which, in return, will reduce the severity of your allergy symptoms. To learn more about Sublingual Immunotherapy and how it can relieve your allergies, feel free to click the button below or contact us today to schedule a Sublingual Immunotherapy allergy treatment appointment.
Skin Allergy Treatment
Skin allergies include hives, eczema, angioedema, and more. Through each of these skin allergies, there are various treatments to relieve your skin from feeling itchy, red, and bumpy. Our allergy treatment specialists can help evaluate, test, and provide treatment options for you. Please note that if you ever experience hives all over your body or difficulty breathing, you should see a doctor right away. To learn more about skin-related allergic reactions, please click the button below or contact us today if you would like to schedule a skin allergy treatment appointment.
Asthma is a chronic lung disease that affects more than 17 million Americans. Asthma has many symptoms, which include coughing, chest tightness, shortness of breath, and wheezing. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, please contact us today so that we can start treating your asthma as soon as possible.
Our doctors at Columbia Allergy and Asthma Specialists provide our patients with several different asthma treatment options to meet their medical, physical, and individual needs. To learn more about our asthma treatment options, click the button below or contact us today to schedule an asthma treatment appointment.
Sleep Apnea Tests
Sleep apnea is a serious sleeping disorder that causes breathing to stop and start repeatedly. The symptoms of sleep apnea include loud snoring, episodes in which you stop breathing during sleep, gasping for air during sleep, awakening with a dry mouth, morning headaches, difficulty staying asleep, excessive daytime sleepiness, difficulty paying attention while awake, and irritability. If you are facing any of these symptoms, please view our sleep apnea test page below or contact us if you would like to schedule a sleep apnea test appointment.
At Columbia Allergy and Asthma Specialists, We Care About You
Here at Columbia Allergy and Asthma Specialists, we truly care about providing each of our patients with the correct diagnosis, treatment, and medical guidance. Through allergy screenings, allergy treatment, asthma treatment, and sleep apnea tests, our allergy and asthma specialists can ensure a quality way of life through accurate test results and treatment options. Please contact us or schedule an appointment below if you are experiencing any symptoms of allergies, asthma, or sleep apnea.