St. Louis MO

Allergist near St. Louis MO

We are here to help you take your life back! Allergies can cause disruption with your daily activities. They can interfere with the quality of your life. Allergy Associates, Inc specializes in providing options for treatment. Our allergy doctor at Allergy Associates, Inc, works to customize an experience for you and your family while educating you regarding your allergy symptoms. When you and your family require a doctor in St. Louis who specializes in the diagnosing and treatment of allergic issues, Allergy Associates, Inc., is committed to providing a qualified family allergist to accompany you during your journey.

It is important to note that the scope of allergic diseases can include allergies, asthma, and primary immunodeficiency disease. A basic understanding of each of these can benefit most sufferers. Patients with allergic disease symptoms receive testing, by a qualified specialist, in order to identify the culprits or rule them out entirely.

Allergies may include one or more of the following:

  • Anaphylaxis
  • Drug allergy
  • Eye (ocular allergy)
  • Food allergy
  • Hay fever/Rhinitis
  • Latex allergy
  • Mold allergy
  • Pet Allergy
  • Sinusitis
  • Skin allergy
  • Stinging insect allergy

Additionally, the immune system can create a most common allergic reaction in response to a type of false alarm. This perceived threat is triggered, in a person who is allergic, by materials that are not, necessarily, harmful such as pollen or dust.

Asthma may be induced by environmental factors that cause swollen airways. These include things such as exercise and worsened by dry or cold air. Also, the ailment may be brought on as an occupational hazard and induced by gases, chemical fumes, or dust in the place of employment. Then there is asthma that is triggered by allergies due to substances that are airborne such as waste of cockroaches, pollen, mold spores that are released into the air, and tiny bits of skin shed by any animal with fur or feathers. Asthma cannot be cured. But it is possible to control the symptoms by working with a doctor to keep track of signs. An asthma doctor can, also, alter a plan of treatment as often as necessary. According to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, more than 70% of people with asthma, also, suffer from allergies. It is important to discuss an asthma action plan with a physician.

Primary immunodeficiency disease includes various rare but serious disorders. These, usually, show up in childhood or early adulthood. They may include, according to the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development: at least eight ear infections, more than two serious sinus infections, and more than two occurrences of pneumonia on a yearly basis.

Making an evaluation of your immune system by means of a physical examination is an important step in determining an appropriate therapy or health regimen. Specific tests can be administered to examine symptoms of duration and character assignment in connection with various medical issues. Body systems are complex even as they respond to diseases of an allergic nature. As a result, the approach to options for treatment should be, thoroughly, explored by an allergist including a personalized treatment program.

Allergy Associates Inc. has two convenient locations in the St. Louis area: Chesterfield and St. Peters. Contact us to schedule an appointment with one of our allergy specialists!