You can start offering Allergy Testing Services in your office with easy to use non-invasive Allergy Test Kits and see the results in 20 minutes.

How many of your patients suffer from allergies?

  • Over 50 million people suffer each year from allergies
  • Allergy prevalence is increasing affecting as many as 30 percent of adults and up to 40 percent of children.
  • Allergic rhinitis, often called hay fever, is a common condition that causes symptoms such as sneezing, stuffy nose, runny nose, watery eyes and itching of the nose, eyes or the roof of the mouth.
  • Approximately 17 million adults and 7 million children have been diagnosed with hay fever in the last year.
  • Allergic rhinitis can be seasonal or perennial. Symptoms of seasonal allergic rhinitis occur in spring, summer and/or early fall.
  • Nasal allergies are usually caused by allergic sensitivity to pollens from trees, grasses or weeds, or to airborne mold spores.
  • People with perennial allergic rhinitis experience symptoms year-round. It is generally caused by sensitivity to house dust mites, animal dander, mold spores or other irritants.
  • Underlying or hidden food allergies rarely cause perennial nasal symptoms.

The Benefits of Proper Diagnosis of Allergies

Once diagnosed there are several options for the patient to reduce or eliminate allergic reactions caused by specific allergens.

  • Avoidance by eliminating or decreasing the patient’s exposure to the irritants that trigger the symptoms
  • Sublingual  Immunotherapy – allergy drops that are taken daily to minimize the effects of the allergen to the patient building up the immunity with the goal of eliminating the reaction completely.
  • Immunotherapy allergy shots helps reduce hay fever symptoms in about 85 percent of people with allergic rhinitis.
  • Over the counter medications to reduce the symptoms as they present to patients.

Allergy Testing Can Be A Valuable Ancillary Service for Your Practice

Allergy testing has become much easier to administer in the clinical setting.  Therefore the need to send a patient to an allergist should only occur in more difficult hard to diagnose cases.  Now the primary care physician, family practice physician, pediatrician, dermatologist or ENT can easily make a diagnosis of some of the most common allergies in their office without having to send out for blood tests. Our FDA cleared tests provide the results from 70 allergens that are the most common irritants that can cause of allergic rhinitis.

  • These allergy tests are covered by most insurance
  • These allergy tests provide a specific sublingual immunotherapy treatment protocol that can help eliminate the allergen in as little as 12 months
  • Patients will return for routine follow ups every 3 months for evaluation of treatment and compliance

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