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Allergy Center

When over the counter medication is just not working for you or your loved one, it may be time to be tested for perennial and seasonal allergies that cause common, inconvenient allergy symptoms including sneezing, coughing, and watery eyes. The Allergy Center of Decatur ENT strives toward permanent allergy relief with comprehensive treatment plans customized to your symptoms, allergens, and triggers.

Each patient at the allergy center receives a thorough evaluation from an allergy specialist. The evaluation will be used to determine his or her symptoms and allergy triggers and then prescribed the best course of action to provide relief and improved quality of life. In some cases, medication may be the ideal corrective step, while other patients would benefit most from changing things in their environment that are acting as triggers. For instance, some common causes of allergies are frequently allowing pets in the bedroom, dust collecting in the home, or too infrequent washing of bedding. By discussing your unique situation with you in detail, your allergy specialist will be able to approach your allergy issues from all possible angles.

If you’ve tried allergy medications in the past and were unsatisfied with your results, there are more advanced options your allergy specialist can recommend. Allergy shots, home immunotherapy, and sublingual immunotherapy (injection-free treatment) are all offered by Decatur ENT. Read more about our allergy treatment.

Hear from actual Allergy Center patients that have experienced lasting relief from recommended treatments including environmental changes, medication, sublingual immunotherapy, and allergy shots. These patients suffered from constant and seasonal allergies causing sinus headaches, pain, watery eyes, itchy nose, eyes, ears, and throat, sneezing/nasal congestion, postnasal drainage/drip, clogged ears, sore throat and coughing. Hear from them the lasting results they have experienced from the treatment programs of the Allergy Center of Decatur ENT.