Allergy Center

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With a simple test you can find out if you or a family member has an allergy, do something about it and start feeling yourself again.

So, why should you choose to get an Allergy Test?

Allergies often heat up in the summer, when allergens such as grass, mold and ragweed pollen bring on symptoms like watery eyes and sneezing. Outdoor picnics and activities can pose more serious dangers for people who are allergic to certain foods or stinging insects.

It may seem that discovering what you are allergic to is a guessing game. However, testing performed by an expert can diagnose what does and what does not trigger your symptoms. For example, you don’t have to get rid of your cat if it is actually mold that is causing your itchy eyes and throat. Once you know exactly what you are allergic to, you and your doctor will be able to develop a treatment plan to reduce or eliminate your allergy symptoms.

Types of allergy tests

Allergy tests are the best and safest way to tell exactly what triggers your symptoms. Common triggers include: dust mites, animal dander, molds, pollen, cockroach droppings, stinging insects, foods, latex and drugs.
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This is the most common kind of testing. In this test, a small amount of allergen is placed on your skin, and this area is pricked or scratched. If you are allergic, you’ll experience a little swelling at the site of the prick test.

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Intradermal tests are more sensitive than prick tests, and may be used when prick test results are inconclusive. In this test, your specialist will use a syringe to inject some allergen under your skin.

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Challenge tests are sometimes used when the doctor suspects you have a food or drug allergy. In this test, patients eat or inhale a very small amount of possible allergens under the close supervision of an physician.

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For this test, blood is drawn and then tested for allergies. This test is much more comprehensive than the other tests. However, it only takes a few days to receive a thorough, detailed result.

Should I be tested?

  • Itchy eyes, nose and throat
  • Nasal congestion or runny nose
  • Watery eyes
  • Hives, itchiness or other skin conditions
  • Severe reactions to insect stings
  • Abdominal pain or diarrhea after eating certain foods

Many people with untreated allergy symptoms aren’t aware of how much better they can feel once their symptoms are properly diagnosed and managed. If you are troubled by any of these nagging symptoms, contact us today for immediate relief.


Do you regularly feel tired and sluggish? Have you lost your energy or worry about what you can eat? It could be as simple as a food allergy, with our tests you can eliminate the foodstuffs holding you back.


Thousands of patients trust us in delivering comprehensive results. We have been helping people all over Chicagoland to improve their health & well-being.

Did you know?

Headaches, bloating or stomach cramps? These are just some of the symptoms of allergies and intolerance. We can give you everything you need to know about improving your health and lifestyle!

If you suffer with Headaches, Nausea, Bloating, Stomach cramps, Diarrhea, Constipation, Fatigue, Skin disorders, Brain fog, Lethargy or constant tiredness – These are just some of the symptoms of allergies and intolerance. We provide a simple, sophisticated test that can identify the potential causes and allow you to make changes to your diet or your life that can ease these symptoms.

Our tests are non-invasive and uses the very latest technology. In addition, we will interpret and review your results with you. Our test is the most comprehensive testing available; and it tests you against over several hundreds of items including food items like Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, Lactose and Nuts and much more.

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