No matter if you are experiencing symptoms for the first time or if you’ve put off visiting the allergist for years, we’re excited to meet with you and begin the journey to restored health.
If you are a new patient, are considering visiting our office for the first time or simply searching the internet for “allergist near me,” we would like to help make your time with us as profitable and helpful as possible. Our office is located in Ahwatukee; you can find our location information here as well as find directions via Google Maps here.
Upon arrival, you will be asked to provide some preliminary information for our doctors and staff. To expedite your visit, you can complete the forms through the links on this page and either e-mail them to our office (firstname.lastname@example.org) or print and bring them with you to your appointment.
You will find our staff warm, friendly, and committed to providing the highest quality medical care for you and your family.
Your family history, past health history along with some additional information is going to be key to diagnosing your symptoms as well as prescribing treatment. Please complete these forms and either e-mail (email@example.com) or print and bring with you to your first visit.
Do you treat children?
Yes! We treat children and adults. All ages.
Do you test for food allergies?
Yes. We provide allergy skin testing as well as blood tests for food allergies. We also provide testing for gluten sensitivity.
Will my insurance cover my treatment?
Yes. Most services offered by our office are covered by your insurance. If you have any questions about charges and how services are covered by your insurance, please call our office at 480-705-8844
Can I leave with treatment that same day?
Yes. Treatment based on your history, physical examination and any diagnostic tests such as allergy testing or breathing tests will be started at your first visit.
What if I’ve seen a different allergist in the past?
We frequently see patients who have been under the care of another allergist. For questions regarding continuation of allergy immunotherapy, please call our office at 480-705-8844.
Can my allergies be cured?
One of the primary objectives of an allergy evaluation is to identify the source of your allergy symptoms. Once this is done, treatment may include avoidance of what you are allergic too (if this is possible), medications to relieve symptoms, and allergy immunotherapy. The goal of allergy immunotherapy is help you develop a natural tolerance to the things on your allergy list so that you no longer have symptoms when exposed. This is probable the closest we are likely to get to a cure for allergies.
Do you offer allergy drops?
In the United States, there are two forms of allergy immunotherapy approved by the FDA and covered by insurance for the treatment of allergies: immunotherapy by injection (allergy shots) and two sublingual (under the tongue) tablets. We provide both forms of immunotherapy.