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Allergy and Asthma Medications
At Allergy Asthma & Immunology Institute, we are committed to providing allergy and asthma relief to patients through effective, personalized care. Dr. Laura Ispas-Ponas uses knowledge and expertise gained through more than 10 years of allergy and immunology treatment and research to develop treatment options best suited to each patient’s individual needs.
Prescription allergy and asthma medications may provide significant relief to patients. Such medicines include nasal sprays, antihistamines, oral tablets, shots, and other therapies. These treatments can be used for relief of both short-term and long-term conditions and symptoms.
Some medicines may be taken out-of-office for continued management of allergy symptoms while other treatments should be administered by a trained medical professional. Dr. Ispas-Ponas will discuss your allergy and asthma symptoms, diagnose the causes of these conditions, and create a unique treatment plan suited to your needs.
Allergy and asthma medications that may be prescribed by an allergist include:
- Nasal Sprays
- Eye Drops
- Oral Tablets
- Topical Ointments and Creams
- Oral Medications
Other treatments may also be used in place of or alongside of allergy and asthma medications. The type of medicine, dosage, and frequency of use depend on a number of factors including the stage of the condition, triggers, environmental factors, age, and lifestyle.
Controlling Your Allergies or Asthma
Before beginning any sort of allergy or asthma treatment, consult with an allergist or immunologist to determine the specific cause and nature of your condition. An allergist has the tools, training, and knowledge to properly diagnose and treat both allergies and asthma.
At Allergy Asthma & Immunology Institute, Dr. Ispas-Ponas carefully works with each patient to find the best treatment options available for allergies and asthma. Follow-up visits help to mark the progress of treatment. Based on effectiveness, adjustments can be made to tailor treatment for the best possible results.