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Asthma, Allergy & Immunology

Allergy

Need help with asthma or allergies?

Visit our board-certified Ear, Nose and Throat specialist Eric Reed, D.O. in Mt. Pleasant.  Dr. Reed completed his Otolaryngic Allergy Fellowship at Oklahoma State University and can diagnose and treat these conditions.  His clinic is located at 301 W. 19th Street, Mt. Pleasant, TX 75455.  Call 903-577-1101 to make an appointment. 

We offer the following allergy related treatment at UT Health ENT Clinic in Mt. Pleasant, including:

We provide patients with individualized care to treat symptoms associated with asthma, allergies and immune-system disorders. Our goal is to help our patients find relief by easing symptoms and preventing complications. We are committed to treatment that gives patients freedom to live more full, active lives.

Conditions we commonly treat include:

  • Seasonal allergies or drug allergies 
  • Sinusitus
  • Rhinitus
  • Allergic rhinitus or hay fever
  • Severe allergic reactions
  • Chronic cough
  • Recurrent respiratory tract infections

Allergy skin testing

Allergy skin testing involves exposing skin to 40 of the most common inhalent allergens for this area and 16 food allergens, measuring the reaction. The testing is done in the clinic and usually lasts about one hour. These tests help determine what may cause allergic reactions.

Immunotherapy (allergy shots)

Immunotherapy, or allergy shots, is a way to decrease sensitivity to allergens, the substances that trigger allergies when patients are exposed to them. Patients receive weekly allergy shots with increasing amounts of allergen each week, and over a period of two to three years. The goal is to achieve long-lasting allergy relief after treatment is complete. Although foods are tested for, we do not provide treatment for them.

Sublingual therapy (allergy drops).

Sublingual immunotherapy, or allergy drops, desensitizes patients to their allergies through medication taken under the tongue in a liquid form rather than through an injection or shot, making allergy drops an excellent alternative for allergy sufferers young and old.