McKinney’s Top Provider of Allergy Treatment Solutions
Are allergies getting you down? Whether it’s a stuffy nose from seasonal hay fever or itching from mold exposure, coping with an allergy often feels like an uphill battle. At TexasAllergyMD, we help patients break free from this cycle by providing the best allergy treatments in the McKinney/Prosper and Southlake communities. Guided by board-certified allergist Dr. Mireku, our patient-centered, innovative approach delivers the one thing those dealing with allergy symptoms truly want – genuine, long-term relief from allergies.
Get Relief From Allergies With Our Innovative Solutions
People with allergies (of all ages) face ongoing health issues and a lower quality of life. Many of those with allergies to pollen, dust, mold and pet dander suffer with these recurring symptoms, often unaware that practical help is available.
In response, the patient-focused allergy care we provide at TexasAllergyMD consistently yields positive improvements in our patient’s health. Continue reading to learn about the various types of allergies we treat.
Environmental allergies occur when the immune system overreacts to substances commonly found in our surroundings. These allergens include dust mites, pet dander, mold, pollutants, cockroaches and insect bites. As the millions of people who have suffered from environmental allergies already know, the symptoms are unpleasant and often persist indefinitely.
At TexasAllergyMD, we have a range of diagnostic and treatment solutions to help patients understand and overcome their allergies. Dr. Mireku has over 10 years of experience treating allergies, and works with adults and children suffering from the effects of substances in the environment. With environmental allergy treatments that may include antihistamines, and with immunotherapy at our disposal, you can count on us to restore your good health.
Do the changes in seasons bring endless coughing and sneezing? Or perhaps your eyes start itching as the weather warms up. If these symptoms sound familiar, you could be experiencing seasonal allergies. Pollen from trees, grass and weeds (even mold spores) are the likely sources of your discomfort, with the Texas wind spreading these allergens far and wide.
There’s no need to be like the many who leave their symptoms untreated. TexasAllergyMD offers personalized treatments for seasonal allergies like allergic rhinitis. Tackling allergies requires precision, and starts with identifying the exact allergens that cause your immune system to react. When you visit us in McKinney/Prosper or Southlake, we provide accurate allergy testing and long-term solutions to put an end to those irritating symptoms.
From infants to adults, skin allergies affect people of all ages. Conditions like eczema, skin hives and contact dermatitis are often itchy and painful, and can even lead to self-esteem issues for some people. With signs of an allergy including dry, flaky skin, red rashes, swelling, irritation and bumps or welts, you’ll want to seek specialized treatment as soon as possible.
At TexasAllergyMD we know there’s no single solution to a skin allergy. We work closely with patients to narrow down the causes of the condition, then create a comprehensive skin allergy treatment just for you. From lifestyle adjustments to targeted medication, the right solutions can help your skin flourish.
Why Choose TexasAllergyMD for Allergy Treatments?
Choosing the right allergist makes all the difference in the success of your treatment.
- A caring approach that puts the patient’s needs first.
- Empowering patients with easily understood allergy education.
- Innovative treatments driven by up-to-date allergy breakthroughs.
- Long-lasting therapies designed to make real change.
All these factors and many more are at the heart of what we do at TexasAllergyMD. Come see us at our friendly allergy treatment centers and put an end to itchy skin, nasal stuffiness and breathing difficulties.
Common Questions About Allergies
The long-term effects of untreated allergies can include persistent nasal congestion and worsening asthma symptoms. People may also experience complications from allergic reactions such as sinusitis and ear infections.
To determine the base cause of the skin irritation an allergist will look for signs of itchy, red rashes, hives or eczema. The allergist may then conduct tests and evaluate the results to provide an accurate diagnosis.
Many people do develop allergies as adults. Common reasons for later-life allergy onset include changes in the immune system, moving to a new environment with different plants, trees (and other substances) and so on.
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