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Allergy & Immunology Services. Our in-office patient screening program provides a complete solution and an additional source of revenue for your practice. We test for both airborne and food allergies and offer treatment options to patients at your clinic, eliminating the need for referrals to an allergist.

We Offer an Advanced Turnkey Approach to Allergy Service in Medical Practices. Allergic rhinitis is considered a rising epidemic with one in five Americans seeking medical relief. Consider adding Allergy Testing and Immunotherapy to your primary care practice. Allergy testing and immunology therapy in primary care or multispecialty clinics can potentially address a wide range of medical conditions, including:

1. Allergic Rhinitis (Hay Fever): An allergic reaction to airborne allergens, causing symptoms like sneezing, runny nose, and itchy eyes.

2. Asthma: A chronic respiratory condition characterized by airway inflammation and bronchoconstriction, often triggered by allergens.

3. Food Allergies: Adverse immune reactions to specific foods, which can range from mild to life-threatening.

4. Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema): A chronic skin condition associated with allergies, causing red, itchy, and inflamed skin.

5. Allergic Conjunctivitis: Inflammation of the conjunctiva in the eyes due to exposure to allergens.

6. Anaphylaxis: A severe and potentially life-threatening allergic reaction that requires immediate medical attention.

7. Drug Allergies: Hypersensitivity reactions to certain medications or drugs.

8. Insect Sting Allergies: Allergic reactions to insect stings, such as from bees, wasps, or ants.

9. Urticaria (Hives) and Angioedema: Skin conditions characterized by itchy welts or swelling caused by allergic reactions.

10. Immunodeficiencies: Conditions in which the immune system is weakened, making individuals more susceptible to infections.

11. Autoimmune Diseases: Conditions where the immune system mistakenly attacks the body's own tissues, leading to various diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, etc.

12. Immunotherapy: Treatment such as allergy shots to desensitize the immune system to specific allergens.

Allergies and immunology specialists, known as allergists or immunologists, are trained to diagnose and manage these conditions through comprehensive evaluations, allergy testing, immunotherapy, and personalized treatment plans. They play a crucial role in improving the quality of life for patients with various allergic and immune-related disorders.

Why We're Different:

We are able to provide your practice with a fully trained, credentialed, and qualified allergy technician that will implement the process and maintain complete employee oversight under your supervision. In addition, we also provide our own medical billing entity that will provide weekly, fully detailed reimbursement reconciliation reports for your review before payment. 

Allergies and Diabetes

Allergies, COVID, and the Flu have different levels of concerns, especially for people with diabetes. Allergies themselves may or may not affect blood glucose, but medications to treat allergies may. Almost all medications whether over the counter or prescribed may impact blood sugar. Medication side effects such as drowsiness, hyperactivity, nausea, diarrhea, and dizziness impact blood sugar. Unfortunately, diagnosing, managing, and treating allergies in seniors is tricky because they often take many medications for chronic diseases. 

Managing diabetes can affect the body's immune system and how it responds to allergies and medications. Even when blood sugar levels are in check, it can be tough to maintain good habits like getting enough sleep, taking medication or insulin on schedule, and exercising. When we feel unwell, it can be even more challenging. Allergies in older adults can manifest in various ways, such as skin rashes, respiratory problems, and digestive issues. These symptoms can be confusing and often lead to misdiagnosis. It's crucial to identify the specific allergen that causes the reaction to provide the most effective treatment. Additionally, older adults may have other underlying health conditions that can complicate allergy management. Therefore, it's essential to work closely with a healthcare provider to manage allergies in older adults safely.

Pain and Inflammation

One way to expand on the importance of allergy screening, testing, and therapies in pain clinics would be to educate patients on the potential long-term consequences of undetected allergies. Providing information on the link between allergies, chronic inflammation, metabolic disorders, chronic pain, and mood disorders could help patients understand the value of these services. Additionally, highlighting the role of pain clinics in addressing these issues and offering support and treatment options could help patients feel more confident in their healthcare decisions.


Individuals with allergies may be at a higher risk of developing autoimmune disorders due to the immune response triggered by an allergic reaction. This response can cause the body to attack its own tissues and organs, leading to conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and multiple sclerosis. It is crucial for those with allergies to be aware of their symptoms and seek medical attention promptly if they experience any signs of an autoimmune disorder. Early detection and treatment can help manage these conditions and improve quality of life.

Metabolic Disorders

Managing allergies is crucial for individuals with metabolic conditions as it can exacerbate inflammation and pain throughout the body. It is important for patients to take proactive measures to control their allergies to prevent further complications and improve their overall health. Seeking guidance from medical or healthcare providers can provide valuable insight into allergy management and treatment options tailored to each individual's specific needs. By taking proper precautions, individuals with metabolic conditions can help alleviate their symptoms and improve their quality of life.

Mental Health

Taking care of our physical and mental well-being should always be a top priority, especially for those who are dealing with allergies. Allergies can have a significant impact on our day-to-day lives, causing discomfort and even affecting our mood. Recent studies have shown that there may be a correlation between mood disorders and inflammation in the brain, highlighting the importance of taking care of not just our physical health but also our mental health. By prioritizing both aspects of our well-being, we can lead healthier, happier lives.


Patients with respiratory issues often have concerns about their health and well-being. It's important to take these concerns seriously and address them with appropriate care. Allergy testing is an important tool for identifying potential triggers for respiratory symptoms and can help patients better manage their condition. By understanding the underlying causes of their respiratory issues, patients can work with their healthcare provider to develop an effective treatment plan and improve their quality of life.


Allergy testing is a vital aspect of dermatology as it helps identify the underlying causes of skin conditions. Skin allergies can manifest in various ways, such as rashes, hives, itching, and swelling. Identifying the allergen responsible for these symptoms can help prevent future outbreaks and provide relief. Allergy testing can also aid in the diagnosis of conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, and contact dermatitis. Proper diagnosis and treatment can significantly improve the quality of life for individuals with skin allergies. Therefore, allergy testing should be considered an essential part of dermatological evaluation.

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