Allergy Testing

Allergy testing, also known as skin, prick or blood testing, is a method for determining to what substances a person is allergic. … A skin allergy test determines specific allergens based on skin reactions. You don’t have to wait long to find out what is triggering your allergies.

Frequently Asked Questions

One in five people suffer from allergies. The cost of treating allergy symptoms can be quite significant from expensive medications designed only to numb allergy symptoms to loss of time at work. Immunotherapy provides a convenient method of decreasing or even eliminating allergy symptoms from the comfort of your own home.
  • Breathing Issues
  • Scratchy Throat
  • Difficulty Smiling
  • Pet Irritation
  • Sneezing
  • Itchy Nose
  • Dry Skin
  • Headaches
  • Runny Nose
  • Watery Eyes
  • Constant Colds
  • Fatigue
  • Indigestion
  • Chronic Pain
  • Hay Fever
  • Rhinitis
  • Sinusitis
  • Chronic Cough
  • Malaise
  • Urticaria (Hives)
  • Joint and Muscle Pain
Ages 2 and up, initially qualify for this testing before a medical necessity is provided. The Airborne Sensitivity Test is a great tool to assist your physician in diagnosing patients. Allergies have been proven to be contributing factors to many health issues patients suffer from on a daily basis.
An airborne study is performed for the top allergens geographically specific to the area that has been proven to trigger chronic allergies and contributing issues related to allergies.
Airborne Sensitivity Testing is virtually pain free. Testing feels like a hairbrush is being lightly pressed against the skin. A small allergy applicator filled with airborne allergens specific to the geographical region, is applied to the skin to abrade/scratch the skin to cause a local reaction within 10-15 minutes and ultimately reveal the true airborne sensitivity you have been suffering from on a daily basis.
The testing takes approximately 25-30 minutes from start to finish, including results.
Airborne Immunotherapy is the treatment and desensitizing to the allergens you show a positive reaction to during the Airborne Sensitivity Test. These allergens are introduced into the system in very small increments. The immune system then creates antibodies against these allergens to produce desensitization.
The Immune response and initial results to the Airborne Immunotherapy varies from patient to patient, but the majority of patients see some relief within the first five months of treatment. Studies have proven Airborne Immunotherapy is a 1 to 5 year desensitizing treatment plan to allergen sensitivities depending on severity and effectiveness of Immuno-response to the antigen regimen created for the patient.
The initial Airborne Immunotherapy regimen created is for a 1 year regimen.