Syracuse / Fayetteville Allergists & Asthma Specialists

Make an appointment: (315) 663-0005


For over 37 years, it has been the desire of this office to provide you with the finest allergy and asthma care available, in a friendly, efficient and economical manner. The knowledge of a specialized team is required for proper diagnosis and treatment in the diseases of allergy and asthma. The physicians at Asthma & Allergy Associates have over 65 years of combined experience, have each received 2 or more years of specialized training in asthma and allergy, subsequent to receiving their medical degrees and initial training in pediatrics or internal medicine.

In addition, medical education is acquired continually. Through these efforts, the cutting-edge technology retained by our physicians provides you with the most up-to-date medical advancements in asthma and allergy care. Our physicians work with a team of highly trained personnel, all skilled in their particular responsibilities, to provide you with the best service possible.

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Syracuse / Fayetteville Asthma & Allergy Services:

  • Asthma, Allergy & Immune Evaluations for:
    - Chronic cough & asthma
    - Nasal allergies
    - Skin rashes
    - Frequent infections
    - Hives and swelling
    - Food allergies
    - Bee sting allergies
  • Prick (scratch) & Intradermal Testing
    The most commonly used allergy tests, scratch testing uses a Pick, a needle-less device to diagnose allergies.
  • Immunocap RAST (blood) Testing
    A special test of the blood may be used to help determine allergies.
  • Patch Testing skin testing
    Sticky patches are applied to the skin of the back to diagnose contact dermatitis
  • Allergy Shots/Allergy Immunotherapy
    Also known as desensitization
  • Pulmonary Function Studies
    Breathing tests to help evaluate lung health and asthma control
  • Food Challenges
  • Venom (bee sting)
    Testing and desensitization if required
  • Evaluation of drug/medication allergy
    Sometimes with testing
  • Clinical Research Studies
    Help us find new breakthrough treatments in allergic disease
  • Patient Education


Our Physicians are Allergists!

To become allergists, our physicians:

  • Earned their medical degrees
  • Completed two-to-three years of training in Pediatrics or Internal Medicine
  • Completed an additional two-to-three years of advanced training in the diseases of Asthma, Allergy and Immunology

Make an appointment:
(315) 663-0005

Syracuse / Fayetteville Office
84402 Medical Center Dr. Ste 402
Syracuse, NY 13066

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