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(262) 657 - 9390
4906 39th Avenue
Kenosha, WI 53144

Allergy Treatment

Get customized care for your complications

No two people are alike, just like no two allergy cases are alike. Rather that living with your condition, seek the assistance you need to feel better and get back to your normal life.

At the Allergy & Asthma Clinic of Kenosha, you can always count on assistance for numerous conditions, including:

  • Food and drug allergies
  • Insect venom and contact allergies
  • Allergic rhinitis
  • Latex allergies

No matter what allergies you have or what symptoms you are displaying, no one can help you like we can – guaranteed.


Immunotherapy

Subcutaneous Immunotherapy (allergy shots). Allergy injections are given just under the skin (subcutaneous).
Allergy shots are given only when complete avoidance is not possible (e.g., pollen, molds, house dust, animal danders and insect venoms) and medications do not completely control symptoms. Allergy shots treat the cause of the disease by modifying the body's response at the molecular level to resemble a non-allergic state. Medications generally control the body's response (and therefore symptoms) but do not prevent the response, and therefore are not a substitute for injections. Medications and injections are complimentary to each other.

Subcutaneous immunotherapy is well tried, standard treatment, used for well over hundred years and virtually all insurances pay for it.

Sublingual Immunotherapy (no shots): under the tongue drops or tablets are available, for some but not all allergy causing things, as an alternative to allergy shots. But, at present it is not an FDA approved therapy therefore insurances do not pay for it. Patient has to pay for it out of his/her pocket.

FDA approval is expected as soon as 2014.

Sublingual immunotherapy is a relatively new form of treatment.
Ask us for details.


Let our doctors design the right treatment for you

No matter what you’re suffering from, the right treatment is just waiting for you at the Allergy & Asthma Clinic of Kenosha.

Common treatments include:

  • Steroid nasal sprays
  • Antihistamines
  • Leukotriene inhibitors
  • Allergy shots (immunotherapy)
  • Topical ointments

Whether you’re itchy, swollen or stuffy, the answer for you is waiting. Call today to make an appointment!

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