Springtime and allergy season are only a few weeks away. If you want to tackle allergy symptoms this year, make an appointment with Pleasant Grove Family Clinic to have allergy testing performed and to learn about medication options.
Are you trying to decide between tablets/drops and shots? While tablets or drops taken at home are convenient, results between this type of therapy and traditional allergy shots can be dramatic. We test patients for a variety of allergic reactions and mix a unique blend of allergens specific to each patient's results.
Because drops aren’t FDA-approved in the United States, doctors who choose this treatment method are often limited to guesses regarding the correct dose and duration of treatment. Plus, drops are not covered by insurance plans and can be expensive. The cost of allergy shots, on the other hand, is usually covered by insurance. Each injection typically promotes protection against many allergens, so only one weekly shot is necessary to cover a wide range of allergies.
We are currently accepting patient appointments for allergy testing. Call today to ensure you are tested and treated before allergy season begins.