You and your child will be greeted by our friendly staff and we will go through their pediatric medical history, allergy symptoms, any current medications your child is taking, and your family’s general allergy history. The allergist will then examine your child. When necessary during the evaluation, other procedures may be utilized to make sure we find the cause of any pediatric allergy symptoms. If asthma is a consideration, the allergist may perform a breathing test (known as spirometry) which typically involves having the child blow into an airflow measuring device.
Our board certified allergists are not only physicians but are also caring parents who understand how difficult this may be for your child and this is why our staff will do everything possible to make your child feel safe and comfortable during their visit.