sublingual immunotherapy

April 19, 2017

Allergic asthma: How sublingual immunotherapy treatment can impact asthma

By: Emily Martin, Allergychoices

According to the Center for Disease Control, more than 25 million Americans suffer from asthma and 56.3% of patients have asthma caused by allergy. How can you tell when asthma may be a problem, and how can treating your allergies with sublingual immunotherapy help?

Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease, and […]

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February 22, 2017

Beating Seasonal Allergies Before they Start

Which is the right preseasonal allergy treatment choice?

Each spring, pollen allergic people brace for the upcoming blast that will have them sniffling, sneezing, itching and suffering. You can take symptom relievers to take away the bite – but the resulting relief will be temporary. That’s why, for patients who suffer from strong symptoms […]

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November 2, 2016

When allergy doesn’t look like allergy

Author: Anne Hendrickson

Allergychoices recently hosted its annual provider education conference for those interested in adding or expanding their use of sublingual immunotherapy in their practices. The conference’s goal is to arm allergy providers with a sublingual immunotherapy treatment protocol that they can easily and safely put into practice so more patients can […]

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April 20, 2016

The Importance of Treating Atopic Dermatitis Early

By Theresa Lorenz, Allergychoices

You may have noticed your child’s symptoms before – their skin is dry, itchy, red, and swollen. Scratching only seems to make it worse and them more miserable as a result. You’ve tried topical creams, ointments, and lotions but for some reason the symptoms keep coming and going, leaving you stumped. […]

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February 24, 2016

Eosinophilic Esophagitis and Sublingual Immunotherapy: Our Experience

Author: Mary Morris, MD, ABIM

More frequently we hear about patients suffering with Eosinophilic Esophagitis (e-o-sin-o-FILL-ik uh-sof-uh-JIE-tis, or EoE) and concerns about using the La Crosse Method™ Protocol for allergy drop treatment where this condition is noted.

Eosinophilic Esophagitis is a build-up of white blood cells (eosinophils) in the lining of the tube […]

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October 7, 2015

Three is the Key to Development of Allergic Tolerance

Author: Mary Morris, MD, ABIM

Three is the key…this number holds a lot of importance in what believe makes the La Crosse Method™ Protocol safe and effective long term.

First, three times a day. Every day. That’s been our daily mantra for dosing with allergy drops for decades. Many patients and providers […]

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September 23, 2015

Glycerin: The Ideal Diluent for Sublingual Immunotherapy Allergy Drops

Author: Mike Kachel, RPh, Allergychoices Pharmacy Director

Using the La Crosse Method Protocol at Allergychoices, we believe that a critical point of under the tongue delivery of the antigens for sublingual immunotherapy is the vehicle in which the antigens are suspended. Our nearly 45 year history with custom sublingual immunotherapy allergy […]

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