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Welcome to Asthma Allergy & Sinus Center

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Dedicated to treating Asthma, allergies & sinus problems in both children and adults.


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It’s that time of the year again. Spring is usually the time for tree pollens. Grass pollen usually is present in the late spring and early summer. In warmer climates, each of these seasons may start earlier; vice versa for colder climates. Some parts of the country have less weed pollens than others, so their prime pollen season may end earlier.


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Summer is a beautiful time of year full of flowers, trees, and hay fever. The most common items causing summer hay fever are flowers and weeds. The best way to prevent Summer hay fever is to visit your local Allergy Care Center to help you prevent, control, and beat that Summer hay fever with out those painful scratch tests.


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Fall allergies comprise mostly of mold. Molds are the most common and one of the oldest forms of life on the planet and cause allergies by releasing their spores into the air. These mold spores can affect you anywhere in the world except for the North and South poles. It is important to identify the molds you are allergic to so you can prevent the fatigue, runny nose, and itchy eyes.


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While you may be very grateful for the first frost or snowfall because it usually means an end to your allergies, you may be surprised to know that you may still be experiencing allergies from your indoor environment. Because your house is usually kept warm and sealed against the cold air, you create a great atmosphere for dust mites, cockroaches, rodents, fleas, ticks, moths, pets and even molds…

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Allergy Shot Season

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Allergy Shots are given on a WALK-IN basis (except at the Rockville office). Please arrive at least 30 minutes before closing. We require that all patients wait in the office for 20 minutes after each injection is given to ensure your safety. We also encourage patients to have EpiPen®.