a physician skilled in the diagnosis and treatment of allergies.
A healthcare professional who treats allergies.
A specially trained physician who treats individuals suffering from allergy of the eyes, nose, throat, and sinus; asthma and other lung disease, allergic skin disorders (poison ivy, eczema, etc.); and problems of the immune system (frequent infections). An allergist also evaluates and treats individuals with drug allergy, insect reactions, food allergy, autoimmune disorders (lupus, vasculitis), and allergy to materials in the work environment. The physicians at The Asthma Center are Board Certified Allergists and Clinical Immunologists. This means the doctors have completed 4 years of medical school, 3 years of residency in Internal Medicine or Pediatrics, and 2 or more years of specialized training in Allergy and Immunology at leading medical institutions. In addition, the doctors have passed certification examinations for Allergy and Immunology as well as Internal Medicine or Pediatrics. All are certified by the American Board of Allergy and Clinical Immunology as well as the American Board of Internal Medicine of Pediatrics.
a physician who has been specially trained in the diagnosis, management, and treatment of allergic diseases. Bacteria: single-celled microorganisms that can live on their own or as parasites, or hosts on another organism. For example, the Streptococcus pneumoniae bacteria are often responsible for community-acquired pneumonia.
a physician with specific training and experience in the field of allergy and its treatment who is thus qualified to establish a precise diagnosis and to prescribe allergen immunotherapy*.
a doctor of adult and pediatric medicine who gets additional training in an allergy and clinical immunology accredited program
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a medical doctor who has completed three years of residency training after medical school in the fields of pediatrics or internal medicine
a pediatrician or an internal medicine doctor who has undergone an additional two to three years of training in allergic/immunologic disease
a physician specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of allergies
a physician trained to Allergy Eye Drops
a physician trained to determine the cause of allergies, whether they are related to or caused by foods, environmental factors (such as pollen), drugs, or topical substances
a physician who is especially trained to care for patients with allergies , asthma and immunology
a physician who specializes in allergies and asthma
a physician who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of asthma and other allergic diseases
a physician who would diagnose and treat asthma and allergy related condiitons
a specialized physician trained to diagnose, treat, and manage asthma and allergy-related conditions, whether they are related to or caused by foods, environmental factors (such as pollen), drugs, or topical substances
(al-er-jist) - a doctor who specializes in allergies.
A physician who specializes in diagnosis and treatment of allergic disorders, including asthma, allergic skin rashes, allergic rhinitis, and sometimes food allergies.
A physician specializing in treating allergies.
A doctor who specializes in treating people suffering from allergies. Pediatric allergists specialize in treating children.
a doctor whose main practice is diagnosing and treating allergies.
A doctor that diagnoses, treats, and manages allergy-related conditions.
A physician who treats allergic diseases.
a medical doctor who has first specialized in internal medicine or pediatrics and then has obtained additional subspecialty training required to qualify as a specialist in allergy and immunology.
A physician who has completed medical school, post graduate training sufficient to qualify as a pediatrician or an internist, and who has completed at least a two year fellowship in the subspecialty of allergy/immunology.
A doctor that has specific training in the care of asthma and in some cases may be more familiar with current clinical guidelines than a pediatrician or general practitioner.