We treat these common illnesses, and more:
- Allergic conjunctivitis (“pink eye”)
- Allergies to stinging insects, foods, pollen, medications, etc.
- Aspirin sensitivity
- Eczema, skin rashes (atopic dermatitis) and hives (uticaria)
- Chronic cough
- Gastrointestinal disease related to white blood cells (eosinophilic)
- Immune deficiency disorders, including HIV/AIDS
- Latex (rubber) allergy
- Nose polyps (small growths in the nose)
- Pneumonia and lung disease
- Food allergy & anaphylaxis
- Eosinophilic esophagitis
Food Allergies in Children
Allison Freeman, MD, Director, Allergy & Clinical Immunology at Janet Weis Children's Hospital describes the procedure for diagnosing and treating eosinophilic esophagitis - food allergies in children.