Allergies are the most common health issues affecting children in the U.S.In 2015, 8.2 percent of adults and 8.4 percent of children were diagnosed with hay fever.
The seasonal “cold” is often an allergic rhinitis. This condition will not respond to typical cold remedies or antibiotics. Allergic rhinitis or “hay fever” is typically more common in the spring when pollen counts are highest. Symptoms range from a mild irritation of the ears, nose and throat to heavy congestion, cough and fatigue.
Although rarely life threatening, allergies can be extremely debilitating. Our ENT specialists are here to help. We will conduct a comprehensive examination of your sinuses to determine if infection or other abnormalities are contributing to your condition and determine the appropriate course of action. Our team has an array of minimally invasive treatments to treat allergy sufferers including home drops and immunotherapy injections and more. If you’re looking for relief from allergies contact one of offices to make an appointment today.