Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology Services
AAAC Offers A Wide Variety Of Services
Arkansas Allergy and Asthma Clinic provides a full range of allergy, asthma, and immunology services. Our physicians and staff are dedicated to helping patients. We strive to empower you through education, support, and understanding of your symptoms and treatment plans. Our allergists will provide you with a detailed plan to treat your allergies or asthma.
Your plan may include treatments like medication, environmental control, or immunotherapy. We offer comprehensive treatment for patients by providing the following services:
Arkansas Allergy & Asthma Clinic treats chronic and seasonal allergies. Conditions like allergic rhinitis cause headaches, itchiness, fatigue, sneezing, and countless other symptoms, distracting you, and making you uncomfortable throughout the day. We can keep you free from sinus and nasal symptoms all year long through quality testing, prescriptions, and preventative advice.
Asthma is a life-long condition that needs expert treatment; Arkansas Allergy & Asthma Clinic has the training and experience to diagnose and help you manage your asthma. By taking advantage of the most advanced medicines and preventative methods, we can help you avoid triggers and breathe easier.
Our allergy doctors will guide you on how best to avoid that allergen in all situations if diagnosed with a food allergy. We can provide resources to help you identify all the foods likely to obtain this allergen, even ones where it may not be obvious at first. The earlier you figure out what these foods are, the easier it is to avoid them altogether.
Allergic reactions can be scary. It is important to have a plan to avoid and handle reactions if they occur. Our board-certified allergists can identify allergen triggers, present effective treatment options, and educate patients about the importance of having an anaphylaxis emergency action plan.
Hives and eczema are types of allergic reactions that occur on or below the skin. By identifying the cause of your hives or eczema, assessing the severity, and developing allergy treatment plans, we can help you find relief from your skin conditions.
Immunotherapy is a process that builds up your immunity to allergens. If avoidance is not possible, immunotherapy, also known as allergy shots, can help patients find relief. Over time, your immune system will learn to adapt to the allergens, reducing, or even eliminating your symptoms.
Although there is no cure for asthma, the main ways to help control your asthma symptoms are to avoid your triggers and take medications as prescribed. As allergists, we believe everyone who has asthma should feel good, be active all day, and sleep well at night.
People who have already experienced a systemic allergic reaction to an insect sting are at risk of a similar or worse reaction if stung again. Our allergists can test patients and may recommend immunotherapy to reduce the risk of a severe reaction.
Our physicians and nurses strive to empower patients with knowledge and resources to help in the understanding and management of their allergy and asthma conditions. Our website is also a resource that can help patients manage their conditions with educational tips and videos.