Pediatric and Adult Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
A personalized approach to identifying your triggers and managing your allergy symptoms.
Find Relief for Itching, Sneezing and Congestion
Anyone who has ever experienced environmental allergies, which often trigger rhinitis, asthma, sinus problems and eczema, knows the debilitating effects that allergies can have on daily life. Allergies can hinder your ability to function and take you out of work or school. While over-the-counter medications can provide some relief, sometimes you need a physician specializing in allergy, asthma and immunology to help you effectively control your symptoms.
Life-Threatening Food Allergies Affect All Ages
We’re seeing an increase in food allergies in recent decades, especially in children. The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) reported a 50 percent increase in food allergies among children between 1997 and 2011. Whether you’re an adult or a child, it is very important to identify any food allergies, as they can cause a life-threatening immune response within minutes of exposure.
Help for Allergy-Induced Asthma
Allergies can cause constriction in the lungs that makes it hard to breathe. This condition, known as asthma, also may be treated by a board-certified allergist.
A Focused, Personalized Approach
Debora Geller, MD, is known for her focused, personalized approach to helping patients manage their allergy symptoms on a daily basis. Education is key. Dr. Geller takes the time to ensure that her patients fully understand their condition, the preventive measures that may be taken, and the medications that can help. She optimizes treatment for a proactive approach in order to keep allergies fully under control. Her goal is to keep you healthy and active.
Talk to us about how we can help with:
- Allergic rhinitis
- Nasal and eye allergies – seasonal and year-round
- Acute/chronic sinusitis
- Asthma care
- Food allergies
- Gastrointestinal allergies
- Skin conditions – eczema or atopic dermatitis, hives, angioedema
- Bee sting allergies
- Medication allergies
- Allergy testing
- Medication management
- Immunotherapy or allergy shots