Drops help woman get past her seasonal allergies

San Antonio, TX – April 13, 2016 – Allergy drops offer San Antonio resident, Tina Falvey, a way to get over her allergies and start living.

Falvey suffered from symptoms that many Texans have from seasonal allergies like sneezing, runny nose, and itchy eyes. Falvey started with allergy injections but said, “It was expensive and it wasn’t feasible for me to go in weekly to get injections.”

The convenience that came with starting daily allergy drops a year ago gave her the ability to build a resistance and stop suffering from her allergies.

 “With allergy drops , you don’t have to come in every week, pay a co-pay to have an injection, and then have to wait thirty minutes,” states Dr.Thompson, Allergist and co-founder of Texan Allergy & Sinus Center. "Drops are given in smaller, more frequent doses and are much safer."

Falvey now can enjoy the simple pleasures of gardening and playing with her dog without having to worry about her health

About Texan Allergy & Sinus Center:

Texan Allergy & Sinus Center is a statewide allergy and sinus clinic that started in 2012 under the care and supervision of Dr. Christopher Thompson. The company has grown exponentially since then, adding several locations in Austin, San Antonio, Waco, Midland, El Paso, and Dallas-Fort Worth. Having cared for tens of thousands of patients,Texan Allergy & Sinus Center specializes in sublingual immunotherapy for allergies by creating personalized allergy drops that can be taken by severely allergic patients of all ages.

About Christopher Thompson, MD:

Dr. Thompson is a Board Certified Otolaryngologist, Head & Neck Surgeon with over 20 years of experience practicing medicine in Texas. He earned his undergraduate degree in Biomedical Engineering from Texas A & M University in College Station and went on to receive his Doctorate of Medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. Dr. Thompson completed his residency with the Department of Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston.

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