Does your Allergy Immunotherapy program check all the boxes?
Turn-key allergy testing and immunotherapy program.
No cost for supplies and no long-term contracts.
Fully compliant in all 50 states.
We’ll have you set up and testing patients within 7 days.
STATE OF THE ART TESTING
Cutting edge but simple and powerful molecular immunoassay blood test that tests for 120 allergies from just four drops of blood.
Latex and penicillin
*In addition, non-invasive, painless skin testing is also available (upon request).
STATE OF THE ART TREATMENT
We know that every patient is different.
Each responds differently to different allergens.
That’s why every dose of our allergy treatments are made specifically for the individual patient.
Our innovative treatment program is designed with the patient and prescriber in mind to maximize simplicity and patient success.
Find out more about subcutaneous and sublingual therapy options.
HOW IT HELPS
Benefits for the patient and the practice
Testing and treating allergies in your practice make sense for both you and your patients.
According to studies, patients would rather get help from their PCP than having to see a specialist. Seeing their trusted Primary Care Provider is not only more convenient but also saves the patient valuable time and money. We work closely with the Primary Care Provider and their existing staff on an ongoing basis to ensure successful patient and practice outcomes.
Not only is clinical training provided, but office routine, implementation, compliance, and billing support. We're with you every step of the way. Does your Allergy Immunotherapy program check all the boxes?
ALLERGY TESTING AND TREATMENT
Allergy immunotherapy, which comes in various forms such as allergy shots (SCIT), and drops under the tongue (SLIT), is a treatment that decreases allergy symptoms for many people with allergic rhinitis, allergic asthma, conjunctivitis (eye allergy) or stinging insect allergies.
Allergy immunotherapy (sometimes called Allergen Immunotherapy) decreases sensitivity to allergens and often leads to lasting relief of allergy symptoms even after treatment is stopped. This makes it a cost-effective, beneficial treatment approach for many people.
It is often asked who can benefit from Allergy Immunotherapy. Both children and adults can receive allergy treatment, however, it is not typically recommended for children under age five. This is due to the difficulties younger children may have in cooperating with the program and in articulating any adverse symptoms they may be experiencing.
Nationwide Allergy works closely with pediatricians, family practice doctors, internal medicine doctors, integrated medicine chiropractic doctors, and other primary care prescribers to bring the safest and most advanced treatments to their practices and patients.
Our Blood Spot Test, which is a form of the specific IgE test, measures the concentration of specific IgE antibodies in the blood from just 4 drops of blood.
Testing these antibodies help determine if a patient is allergic, and to what. The results of our Blood Spot Test, together with a detailed medical history and a physical examination, help a healthcare provider develop a treatment plan that can end a patient’s suffering and lead to long-term remission of allergy symptoms.
One of the many advantages of this test is that allergy medications do not interfere with the accuracy of the results. In addition, it is also quick to administer and has a low footprint on a practice’s staff needs.
Primary Care Practices that would prefer to add additional testing options such as the now painless skin testing (replaces scratch testing of the past) may do so in our program.
Allergy Testing and Allergy Testing go hand in hand. In the USA, but until recently, they were often only in the office of the allergist or immunologist. Our program makes testing for allergies quick, simple and easy to implement in a Primary Care setting.