Millions of people all have the same goal as you – to live a normal life without the worry that allergy issues will continue to tie them down. The idea of being free from allergies is so far in the rearview mirror that now the aim is to simply survive the day.
We believe your life is worth so much more than just surviving and your allergy relief is easier than you might think or even likely experienced!
At Aspire Allergy & Sinus, we free people from a life bound by allergy issues so that they can once again become an active participant in their own life and get back to doing the things they love to do.
With just three drops under the tongue daily, our customized drops are just as effective as allergy shots. The best part about allergy drops is the convenience – they can be taken at home, on the go, or anywhere in between.
In just three easy treatments, you can knock out your allergies for good. Clinical studies report a long-term success rate of 87% and are shown to be just as effective as three years of allergy shots.
Allergy shots can be used to treat seasonal and environmental allergies like molds, pollen, dust, and animal dander. This is a clinically proven method for allergy treatment and a good option for many people.
We are so passionate about getting you back to the life you want to live that we are always developing and introducing new treatment options to our patients. We are a group of highly experienced allergists, surgeons, medical providers, and support teams all under one roof – that means you come to one place for the best treatment available.Your friends need you.
Your family needs you. You need you. It's time to stop feeling bound by your allergy & sinus issues and instead free to live the life you want to live and do the things you love to do.
Your body can react to different particles in the surrounding environment and treat them as something foreign, triggering an auto-immune response. This allergic response can come with a host of symptoms and can be tough to live with.
Some of these allergens are present year-round, and some only occur at certain times of the year. Seasonal allergies are typically caused by pollen in the air, like mountain cedar or ragweed. Other allergens can be omnipresent and can pop up under the right conditions any time of the year, like dust mites.
There are many names for seasonal allergies -- hay fever or cedar fever, for example. One thing is universal: allergy symptoms are no fun.
Typically, environmental or seasonal allergens affect the nasal passages, sinus cavities, throat, and lungs. Inflammation of the mucosal membranes within the nose and sinus results in congestion, coughing, wheezing, itchy or watery eyes, and a runny nose.
Certain allergens can also cause skin reactions as well. The rash caused by contact with an allergen is commonly known as contact dermatitis. Chronic skin irritation can also manifest as eczema.
Additionally, contact with an allergen can cause hives, or asthma-like symptoms in some people. Wheezing and shortness of breath can be potentially life-threatening.
There are many approaches to managing your allergy symptoms, from checking daily pollen counts to managing allergic reactions with over-the-counter medications.
If you're ready for long-term relief, know that there are options! Learn more about allergy drops, allergy shots, and our new, fast-acting allergy procedure known as ExACT Immunoplasty.
Whatever you choose, your road to an allergy-free life starts with an allergy test at one of our clinics.
Check out our additional resources below, too. Download our allergen calendar or take a quiz to determine if your symptoms are from a cold, or if they are allergies.
Just as your respiratory system can respond to stimuli in the environment with an allergic reaction to foreign particles, your body may trigger a similar reaction in the presence of certain foods. Research has shown that 4% to 6% of American children and 3% to 5% of all adults have true food allergies.
Don’t be fooled by common non-allergic adverse food reactions such as gluten intolerance, lactose intolerance, or food poisoning. These are not true “allergies” caused by a histamine response. These typically occur further along in the gastrointestinal tract and need to be treated and diagnosed separately from true food allergies.
The most severe food allergy reactions involve the body going into anaphylaxis, in which the tongue, throat and other tissues swell. Many experience hyperventilation or shortness of breath. This type of reaction can constrict breathing and pose a serious, immediate threat.
In addition, hives, cramping, vomiting, or other gastrointestinal distress may accompany an allergic reaction to certain foods.
Yes, there are! We are on the cutting edge of food allergy treatment with Oral Immunotherapy.
Research has shown that controlled introduction to trace amounts of food allergens, under the watchful supervision of a physician, can reduce and eliminate food allergy reactions.
Learn more about Food Challenges and what OIT can do for you or your child.