Advanced diagnosis & personalized solutions for allergy, asthma & immunology
Finding the solution that’s right for you starts with a thorough evaluation of your medical history, lifestyle and symptoms. If you need testing, you’ll be glad to know that we offer the latest techniques in the comfort of our offices, including diagnostic procedures not available at all practices in the area. Available tests include:
  • Skin testing for environmental allergens such as: pollen, dust, mold, dog and cat dander, as well as food allergy
  • Specific blood test for allergies (if appropriate and needed)
  • Blood tests for patients with recurrent infections (evaluate the immune system )
  • Food allergy evaluations and oral food challenge testing
  • Drug allergy evaluations, testing & challenge
  • Patch testing for identification of rashes (for contact allergy)
  • Skin biopsy
  • Rhinoscopy to examine the nasal passages and throat
  • Pulmonary function testing (breathing capacity test)
  • Methacholine challenge for asthma diagnosis
  • Advanced treatment options. Our doctors stay up-to-date in the specialty of allergy and immunology and offer only the safest, most effective FDA-approved treatments. You may benefit from medications, lifestyle modification, dietary changes and education on how to prevent and control your symptoms. Your Allergy Asthma Specialists physician and clinical team will answer all your questions and make sure you understand your condition and treatment plan. Remember, we work in partnership with you. Your feedback and involvement in management of your disease are important to us.
  • Immunotherapy/allergy injections/vaccination against the allergen.
  • Allergy Asthma Specialists provide expert allergen immunotherapy (allergy shots) to increase your immunity, therefore decreasing your allergy response and symptoms to the substances that trigger your allergies. Our providers prepare vaccine (allergen material) that is completely customized for your precise need. Allergy shots are given by our trained clinical staff. Read more about immunotherapy.
  • Immunotherapy/allergy injections/vaccination against the allergen.
  • Oral Immune Therapy ( OIT)
    This is the desensitization for allergy to specific foods such as peanut, or other nuts, milk. The process is done over an extended period of time. This is of a great benefit to children attending school. Food restrictions affect their quality of life.
  • Sublingual Immune Therapy (SLIT)
    This is a type of therapy when a small quantity of antigens(drops) are placed under the tongue each day and can be done at home, this often works well for people that travel or find it difficult to come in for injections but want to treat their allergies.

Please call the Allergy Asthma Specialists of Central Florida office nearest you to schedule a consultation. Altamonte Springs: 407-339-3002 | Orlando: 407-351-4328 | Ocoee: 407-219-3620 | Clermont: 352-243-6767