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Keeping You and Your Family Safe When You Have Food Allergies

If you or a loved one has a food allergy, the best thing you can do is to be prepared. The more precautions you take to avoid triggering foods and maintain easy access to care, the less likely your allergy is to become a serious threat. Arkansas Allergy & Asthma Clinic offers treatment and support for all adult and childhood allergies. By identifying your food allergies, assessing their severity, and developing allergy treatment plans, we can protect you from even the worst reactions.

Food Testing & Avoidance from an Allergy Expert

Awareness is the first step to managing your allergies effectively, which is why Arkansas Allergy & Asthma Clinic invests in quality testing methods. If you or a loved one suffers negative side effects from certain foods, we can perform a food allergy test Little Rock. This will not only confirm whether the problem is due to an allergy, but will determine what, specifically, you are allergic to. We can also assess how serious the issue is and what your reactions could be.

Once we know what you are allergic to and how serious the problem is, we will come up with a strategy to avoid that substance in all situations. We help you identify all the foods that are likely to obtain this allergen, especially those where it may not be obvious at first. The earlier you figure out what these foods are, the easier it is to avoid them completely.

Prudent Precautions to Restore Your Health After a Reaction

No matter how careful you are to avoid food allergies, there is always a risk that you could have a reaction. For this reason, Arkansas Allergy & Asthma Clinic will come up with a backup plan so you’ll know what to do in the worst of scenarios. An egg, milk, or peanut allergy treatment plan often involves proscribing an epinephrine injector, which you can use to relieve your worst symptoms. It also means providing you instructions on how to use the epinephrine injector and other steps you should take if you have a reaction. We strive to eliminate the guesswork, so that you can take swift, decisive action if you or a loved one is ever in danger due to allergies.

For more information on tests and treatments for food and all other allergies, contact Arkansas Allergy & Asthma Clinic today.

Meet Our Doctors


Kelly Burks, M.D.

Allergy & Immunology

Lori Kagy, M.D.

Allergy & Immunology

Eddie W. Shields, M.D.

Allergy & Immunology

Nancy Zuerlein, M.D.

Allergy & Immunology

Lindsay Still, M.D.

Allergy & Immunology

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