Comprehensive Allergy Control Services in Little Rock and Conway, Arkansas
Here at Arkansas Allergy & Asthma Clinic, PA, we remain focused on helping our valued patients conquer their allergy symptoms once and for all. We strive to identify allergen triggers, present effective treatment options and help our patients understand the importance of having an anaphylaxis emergency action plan.
Types of Allergies We Diagnose and Treat
Our Arkansas team focuses on diagnosing and treating allergies caused by every indoor and outdoor allergen. We can help patients control or overcome their allergies to pet dander, pollen, dust, food and any other triggers that cause a reaction.
Our team regularly treats patients allergic to:
- Tree nuts
- Bee stings
- Pet dander
We are skilled in identifying the main triggers through allergy testing to create a personalized treatment plan for each patient we see.
How Immunotherapy Can Help Reduce Allergic Reactions
Immunotherapy treatment remains an effective part of the control or elimination plan for most problematic allergies. This innovative treatment utilizes allergen injections to reduce your body’s reactivity to those substances.
Over time, your body adjusts to the presence of the allergens and stops producing a histamine reaction. The immunotherapy process only takes approximately four to six months to start decreasing the allergic response. After that, monthly maintenance shots continue to keep allergies from affecting your quality of life.
Importance of an Anaphylaxis Emergency Plan
If you suffer from severe or worsening allergies, our team will help you create an anaphylaxis emergency action plan. Since anaphylaxis happens at such a rapid rate, you must be ready with treatments in hand to halt the reaction and stop the swelling. Without treatment, anaphylaxis can cause your airways to constrict and prevent oxygen from reaching your lungs.
The emergency action plan will start with the identification of the allergens that cause you the most trouble. You will then receive help compiling your emergency contact info, including your healthcare professionals’ phone number and address.
You will receive a prescription for epinephrine auto-injectors to keep with you at all times. You can share your anaphylaxis emergency action plan with teachers, employers, family and friends to remain safe from severe allergic reactions.
Schedule Your Allergy Appointment in Little Rock Today
If you are ready to identify your triggers and create an allergy treatment plan, contact our team at Arkansas Allergy & Asthma Clinic, PA, by calling 501-227-5210 or 1-800-256-5844 (Toll Free).
We will work hard to help you regain control of your health through the reduction or elimination of your allergy symptoms.
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