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Why Choose Mount Nittany Health Allergy and Immunology?

If you’re struggling with allergies or immune system-related challenges, our dedicated team stands ready to help. Whether you’re contending with serious symptoms like asthma, or food allergies, we are well-equipped to offer support. Our providers are committed to uncovering the root causes of your ailments and tailoring a treatment plan to restore your well-being and comfort.

Our Approach

Our approach to treatment includes looking at every patient as a whole person. Your allergies may be caused by things in your environment or in the food you eat. Determining what those things are is the first step in treating and getting relief from allergy symptoms.

Allergy and Immunology Conditions We Treat

  • Respiratory diseases – environmental allergies, asthma, and sinusitis
  • Eye diseases – allergic conjunctivitis and other allergic eye disorders
  • Skin diseases – hives, eczema, and other rashes
  • Reactions – to medications, food, vaccines, or insects

Allergy Testing

Common testing procedures we use to help you get relief include:

  • Oral challenge testing for food and drug allergies
  • Methacholine challenge testing for asthma
  • Skin tests to penicillin and other drugs
  • Venom skin testing
  • Environmental allergy prick/scratch/intradermal skin testing
  • Patch testing
  • Pulmonary function testing
  • Blood testing to diagnose immune disorders

Allergy Treatments

You can get relief from the symptoms of many common allergies with lifestyle changes and over the counter medicine. Staying indoors when pollen counts are high, taking allergy medicine on a regular basis, and generally avoiding the things you’re allergic to, can have a big impact.

If your allergies are more severe and impact your quality of life, you may qualify for more advanced treatments like immunotherapy or “allergy shots.” Our allergists are here to get a proper diagnosis and create short and long-term treatment plans just for you!