Allergy & Asthma Clinics Serving Little Rock, Conway, and Central Arkansas. Call 501-227-5210 to schedule an appointment.

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Quality patient care since 1930.
Two locations to serve you in
Little Rock and Conway.

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Allergy & asthma care.

For the entire family.

AR Allergy & Asthma prides itself on providing excellent care, convenience, and patient
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AR Allergy was established in 1930 by Alan G.
Cazort, M.D., considered the “Father of Allergy”
in Arkansas.

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Are you or a member of your family one of the nearly

30 to 40%

of adults and children
affected by allergies?

Meet Our Doctors

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Kelly Burks, M.D.

Allergy & Immunology
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Lori Kagy, M.D.

Allergy & Immunology
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Eddie W. Shields, M.D.

Allergy & Immunology
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Nancy Zuerlein, M.D.

Allergy & Immunology
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Lindsay Still, M.D.

Allergy & Immunology

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Spring Cleaning: How To Make Sure Your House Is Mold and Dust Free

The thought of spring cleaning incites mixed responses from those with asthma or allergies. Intensive cleaning is important for eliminating allergens in the air and reducing the potential for asthma or allergy flare-ups in your home. However, cleaning kicks up dust that can irritate your allergies. Follow these helpful spring cleaning tips to keep your…

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Why It’s Important to Keep Your Epinephrine Auto-Injector With You At All Times

Severe allergic reactions to food items, insect stings, and other allergens occur unexpectedly. If a reaction becomes life-threatening, then it is called anaphylaxis, or anaphylactic shock. This often begins with a feeling of faintness, flushing, and throat tightening. If you do not seek treatment immediately, then the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) specifies…

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