Help more allergy patients and keep your practice thriving
Achieving the best possible outcomes for your allergy-related surgical and other interventions is critical to your practice and patients. You can improve your success rates and still help patients who aren’t candidates for surgery, with allergy training about personalized sublingual immunotherapy.
For more than 20 years, Allergychoices has helped practices efficiently implement the leading published sublingual immunotherapy protocol in the United States, the La Crosse Method™ Protocol.
The La Crosse Method Protocol has been used in clinical practice since the 1960s to safely, effectively and affordably help patients build long-term allergic tolerance. Research shows that sublingual immunotherapy following the Protocol can also be an effective adjunct to improve surgical outcomes.1
Why do patients and ENTs choose the La Crosse Method Protocol?
- Dose specificity – personalized based on patient testing, exam, and history to minimize reactions
- Dose frequency – dosed three times a day, every day to stimulate key cells and build allergen tolerance
- Dose simplicity – doses are escalated as the patient builds tolerance, but the dose regimen stays the same
- 50+ years of clinical use and supporting research
- Streamlined protocol, processes and services to help your practice do more with less time and investment
Allergychoices can get your practice up and running with the La Crosse Method Protocol. With the support of our licensed pharmacy, we make providing personalized treatment effortless and affordable to your patients without adding to your workload or practice overhead. We also offer diagnostic options with blood or skin testing, which can add practice revenue options.
Help more patients, and worry less about staffing and overhead expenses. We’ll help you do it now with no contracts, and the support and expertise of industry leaders in sublingual immunotherapy diagnostics and treatment.
1 Sublingual Immunotherapy for Allergic Fungal Sinusitis, Melzer, Clenney Gesser; Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology 2015. Vol 124(10) 782-787.
Allergychoices Changed the Way She Treats Allergy
“Basically, we now offer to our patients both allergy drops as well as allergy shots, with a high recommendation towards allergy drops for all of the reasons we mentioned before. It’s easier. Even though it’s three times a day it’s much more tolerable for patients. They don’t get stuck. It’s less costly for commercial patients as well because they don’t have a copay every week.
“It has really broadened the way we treat allergy in terms of offering it to more patients. In addition, allergy drops tend to have a lower reactivity rate, so there are less patients having anaphylaxis in your office. It tends to be much safer in your office and an opportunity to just broaden the scope of what you do.”
— Lorraine Williams, MD, FACS, ENT, Georgia