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Allergy and asthma symptoms are different for everyone. This is why you need treatment tailored to your health needs. At PeaceHealth, you’ll get care from specialists who are trained in allergy and immunology. These specialists are often called allergists and immunologists.
These doctors work closely with ear, nose and throat (ENT) doctors, pulmonologists, dermatologists, rheumatologists and other specialists to give you complete care. They treat everything from seasonal allergies to autoimmune disorders and life-threatening allergic reactions in children and adults.
Your doctor may refer you to an allergy and immunology specialist if you have:
Allergic reactions such as swelling, nausea, trouble breathing or a skin rash
Asthma symptoms such as wheezing and shortness of breath
Sinus problems such as sneezing, watery eyes, a stuffy nose or nasal congestion
Tiredness, achy muscles, swelling and other symptoms that are common in autoimmune disorders
Allergy and immunology specialists at PeaceHealth are experts at finding what triggers your symptoms and creating a treatment plan to help you feel better.
PeaceHealth uses advanced immune system testing to find the cause of your symptoms. You’ll get a treatment plan that's created to fit your health needs and give you the power to take control of your symptoms.
Allergy and immunology specialists at PeaceHealth work with a wide range of specialists to give you comprehensive care. They work with ENT doctors, dermatologists, rheumatologists, pulmonologists and respiratory therapists to give you one-on-one attention and a care plan tailored to your needs.
Doctors at PeaceHealth draw from a wide range of advanced treatments to create your treatment plan. You’ll work with a team that’s focused on giving you the power to feel better, faster. You’ll also get ongoing support to manage your health for the long term.
At PeaceHealth, you work with a team that knows how to put your child at ease. You and your child will know what to expect along the way — from diagnostic tests to managing their symptoms for the long term. Together, you and your child’s care team will design a treatment plan that fits your child’s needs.