Protecting Your Health at Center for Allergy and Asthma of Georgia
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many Georgians to focus on their health and ways they can protect themselves. One of the easiest ways to eliminate confusion about your symptoms is to seek allergy treatment with our board-certified specialists at Center for Allergy and Asthma of Georgia.
In recognition of World Health Day, learn how we can help protect your health through our various services — offered in-person and virtual.
To diagnose your allergies and work towards a proper treatment plan, our board-certified specialists at Center for Allergy and Asthma of Georgia will first perform an allergy test. Once complete, we will be able to learn about the scope of your allergies, help you make lifestyle changes, and create a treatment plan that will likely feature either allergy drops or allergy shots.
Treating Your Symptoms
Diagnosing the source of your symptoms helps eliminate the possibility of other respiratory conditions such as the common cold, the seasonal flu, and COVID-19. Once we confirm your allergies, our next step is to help you seek relief.
Allergy Shots and Allergy Drops
Our immunotherapy program is directed by our board-certified, highly experienced allergists. As a result, our allergy shot treatment program reduces allergy symptoms by 80-90% for most people.
Allergy shots gradually desensitize the immune system to certain allergens through regular, monitored substance exposure. Allergy drops build up your long-term immunity and help to reduce symptoms from allergies, sinus problems, or asthma. Our allergists will talk you through your options to choose an option that best suits you.
Whether you have an environmental allergy such as pollen or a food allergy such as dairy or shellfish, you may need to make some adjustments to your daily routine or diet. Our specialists will help advise you to make this transition as easy as possible.
Our services don’t just stop at allergy testing and treatment. There are many other conditions that develop alongside allergies, including:
- Sinus conditions.
- Skin conditions (such as eczema).
- Gastrointestinal conditions.
- Other ear, nose, and throat conditions.
- Immune deficiency disorders.
Book Your Same-Day or Next-Day Appointment With Center for Allergy and Asthma of Georgia Today!
Our team of board-certified allergy specialists will discuss your options and recommend an appropriate course of treatment. Contact us at (770) 459-0620 or visit us online to book your appointment.