• Allergy Skin Testing

    Our immune system makes specific IgE-antibody proteins to substances like pollen, animal dander, mold, flying insect venom, food or medications. The allergen works like a key that when it fits in the appropriate lock, it triggers the release of a number of different chemicals that cause allergic symptoms.

  • Pulmonary function testing.

    Spirometry is a form of pulmonary function testing that is a non-invasive, painless test performed in order provide measurable information in order to assess the function of your lungs. It can be used to help diagnose and monitor such conditions as asthma and chronic obstruction pulmonary disease (COPD).

  • An exhaled nitric oxide test.

    An exhaled nitric oxide test can help with the diagnosis and treatment of asthma. It measures the level of nitric oxide gas in an exhaled sample of your breath. This sample is collected by having you breathe into the mouthpiece of a machine that performs the measurement.

  • Patch Testing: Allergic contact dermatitis is tested by a procedure called patch testing

    Allergic contact dermatitis is an uncomfortable and irritating rash that is caused by a substance (allergen) contacting the skin. It is often difficult to determine the specific cause, because chemicals, fragrances and preservatives in everyday products are frequently to blame, and there is often a delay between exposure and a rash developing.

  • Penicillin Allergy Testing

    Ten percent of the population suspects they are allergic to penicillin, when in fact less than 1% actually are allergic. Furthermore, 80% of penicillin allergic individuals appear to lose that allergy after 10 years.