The Allergic Fingerprint

Your fingerprint is complex, comprehensive, and entirely unique to you. Your allergies are, too.

When diagnosing a patient through the La Crosse Method Protocol, your “allergic fingerprint” is identified through a thorough exam, history, and testing.When diagnosing a patient through the La Crosse Method Protocol, your “allergic fingerprint” is identified through a thorough exam, history, and testing. Based on the outcome, your provider develops your treatment based on your specific level of sensitivity to the precise items that cause your reactions.

Allergy drops are customized to your needs in an optimal dose that allows you to build tolerance, and because they are unique to you, there’s a better margin of safety. It provides enough antigen to help you build tolerance, but not enough to cause an unnecessary reaction. It’s not a one size fits all approach.

And since the majority of patients have more than one allergy, patients receive treatment for multiple allergies at once. We use a glycerin preservative base that keeps antigens stable at room temperature. As your allergy treatment journey progresses, we work with your provider to formulate stronger doses as your tolerance builds to individual allergens. It’s a personalized treatment approach with your allergic fingerprint at the forefront.