Contact Us to Request an Appointment with an Allergist in Little Rock
Our team at Arkansas Allergy & Asthma Clinic, PA, would love the opportunity to help you regain control over your health. We help patients across the Conway and Little Rock, Arkansas, regions control or eliminate their asthma and allergy symptoms to improve their quality of life.
Services We Offer to Our Valued Patients
Our team is well-versed in identifying allergen triggers and treating allergy symptoms of all kinds, including skin reactions. We also help our patients control their asthma symptoms and create effective emergency action plans for severe adult and child allergies. Our full range of care services includes:
We utilize specialized allergy testing procedures to identify the allergens causing our patients so much trouble. Through the identification of allergen triggers, we can help our patients avoid reactions and find their ideal treatment plans. We treat childhood allergies and those affecting our adult patients to control symptoms through every life stage.
In an effort to eliminate serious allergy symptoms, our patients can select our immunotherapy treatments to increase their resistance to problematic allergens. The immunotherapy process requires weekly injections that taper off to monthly shots as your body responds to the allergy treatment plan. Many patients notice an abrupt decrease in their allergy symptoms while undergoing the immunotherapy treatment process.
Our asthma patients can remain in control of their symptom frequency, severity and duration by acquiring our respiratory therapy services. Our team works hard to eliminate symptoms caused by all types of asthma during the therapy process.
Schedule Your Appointment Today for Quality Care and Support
If you would like to consult with a skilled allergist in Little Rock, contact our team today by calling 501-227-5210.
At your consultation appointment, you can learn more about the diagnostic tests and treatment procedures available for the control or elimination of your allergy and asthma symptoms.