What Does An Allergist Test For?
Allergist In Fort Worth And Southlake, TX. Now Serving Roanoke, TX
At Texas Regional Asthma and Allergy Center, our physicians help each patient in our Fort Worth and Southlake, Texas, offices, understand their body and how it works to better equip themselves for optimal health. Although the human body can defend itself against harmful viruses and bacteria, sometimes the defenses become too aggressive and mild substances such as dust and pet hair are recognized as threatening. Allergies can occur at any age and there are thousands of substances that may trigger them. Symptoms can be extremely unpleasant when they aren't treated in a timely manner.
What Conditions Does an Allergist Treat?
These are only a few of the conditions we treat at Texas Regional Asthma and Allergy Center:
- Drug allergies
- Food allergies
- Latex allergies
- Atopic dermatitis
When Should I Visit an Allergist?
You should make an appointment with one of our physicians at Texas Regional Asthma and Allergy Center if you encounter one or more of the following:
- You feel short of breath or tightness in your chest
- You frequently experience symptoms of congestion, sneezing, and wheezing
- Over-the-counter drugs don't provide any relief for symptoms of hay fever
- You often have ear or sinus infections, headaches, persistent cough, or runny nose
When you visit our Fort Worth and Southlake, Texas, offices, one of our allergists will develop a treatment plan based on your condition. The end goal will be to help you get back to your daily routine without interferences. Because it's difficult to avoid allergens entirely, we can help you minimize exposure.
If you are searching for an allergist in North TX, we have two convenient locations for our patients. Texas Regional Asthma and Allergy Center has locations in Fort Worth and Southlake, Texas.