Blog Posts in January, 2015

Cold Weather Sinus Disease Prevention: Part 2

Turning on the Heat Many of my patients find their sinuses become more inflamed as soon as their offices or their apartments turn on forced hot air. This is not surprising, as the sinuses must adapt ...
Continue reading "Cold Weather Sinus Disease Prevention: Part 2" »

Allergic Rashes From Products We Touch In Our Daily Lives

Allergic Rashes and Everyday Products Allergic rashes are often caused by products we use on a daily basis. When a medical professional identifies a chemical allergy we call it contact dermatitis ...
Continue reading "Allergic Rashes From Products We Touch In Our Daily Lives" »

The Allergist's Role in Treating Chronic Cough - Part 2

The previous post I spoke about the causes of a chronic cough due to nasal congestion and post-nasal drip. Today, I want to discuss when a chronic cough emanates from the chest. It seems obvious when ...
Continue reading "The Allergist's Role in Treating Chronic Cough - Part 2" »

Candida, Acne and Antibiotics: A Diabolical Relationship

A recent article in the Wall Street Journal highlighted some issues with prescribing long-term antibiotics for acne. Acne is a common skin condition, and although it is usually associated with ...
Continue reading "Candida, Acne and Antibiotics: A Diabolical Relationship" »

Allergy Safe Hotels: A New Option if Your Travelling This Summer

I read an interesting article in USA Today from May 3rd titled, Hotels court allergy sufferers. I was surprised to learn that hotels offered special rooms for people that wanted a more hypoallergenic ...
Continue reading "Allergy Safe Hotels: A New Option if Your Travelling This Summer" »

Tree Pollen and Food Allergies... "The Forbidden Fruits"

The weather is gorgeous on this Mother’s Day, and I hope all of you are able to spend this day with loved ones. I know this has been a difficult time for patients with spring tree pollen ...
Continue reading "Tree Pollen and Food Allergies... "The Forbidden Fruits"" »

Pollen Plague: What is Your Best Defense?

Offense (Global warming) vs. Defense (Allergy drops) The recent cover of USA Today’s weekend edition on May 31st, 2013 read: Pollen plague: How Climate change is Affecting Every Breath You Take. ...
Continue reading "Pollen Plague: What is Your Best Defense?" »

Fruit and Pollen Allergies: The Double-Whammy

Thinking back to my childhood bible studies, the sin of Adam was eating the forbidden fruit from the apple tree. Today, it seems the sin of eating the apple lies with my patients who have pollen ...
Continue reading "Fruit and Pollen Allergies: The Double-Whammy" »

Cold-Weather Asthma and Sinus Help

March has come in like a lion…cold and snowy. Just when we thought spring was around the corner, we still need our winter coats. I thought this would be a good time to remind you that this type ...
Continue reading "Cold-Weather Asthma and Sinus Help" »

Food Allergy Treatment: "Failure is Not an Option!"

Today’s New York Times Magazine (March 10, 2013) has a lead story on the work of Dr. Kari Nadeau at Stanford and her ground-breaking research on food allergy. I had the pleasure to hear Dr. ...
Continue reading "Food Allergy Treatment: "Failure is Not an Option!"" »

Request An Appointment

Send My Info

Why Choose Us?

  • Board Certified Immunologist
  • Proven Holistic & Natural Treatments
  • Leading Expert in Sublingual Immunotherapy
  • Original 3-Step Treatment Process
  • Specialize in Solving Tough, Difficult Cases
  • Focus on Treating Whole Patient, Not Just Specific Organ
  • Treatment Using IV Vitamin Therapy
  • Trains Physicians Across U.S. on Allergy Drops

Request An Appointment

Send My Info

Follow Us On Social Media