The La Crosse Method Difference

Not all forms of sublingual immunotherapy are the same.

At Allergychoices, we advocate the La Crosse Method™ Protocol because it offers a comprehensive, safe, and effective approach to treat a broad range of allergic conditions.

In use since 1970, this treatment protocol has been used to help more than 200,000 people live healthier, happier lives. In addition, Protocol authors participate in research studies and keep up on the latest available research literature. We have helped train thousands of physicians around the country using this Protocol.

Dose Amounts

The La Crosse Method focuses on the specific allergen dose for your unique allergic fingerprint. Your specific test results, along with medical history and exam, are used to create a custom allergy drop dose for you — high enough to be effective, but not unnecessarily high to increase risk of reactions or expense. Just as no two patients, and no two fingerprints, are identical, your dose is optimized to create an effective dose uniquely for you.

Dose Frequency

Research shows that dose frequency may be as important, or more important, to patient success than the dose amount. A hallmark of the La Crosse Method lies in the three times a day dosing — every day — that provides constant stimulation of the key cells under your tongue that are critical to building long-term allergen tolerance.

Dose Simplicity

The La Crosse Method offers the simplicity of consistent patient instructions throughout treatment. Patients follow consistent dosing instructions and are prescribed one bottle for specific environmental or food allergies. Each prescription contains a 90-day treatment supply which is adjusted in strength throughout treatment as you build tolerance.