Roswell Allergy Doctor
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Roswell Pediatric & Adult Allergy Services
Looking for a Roswell allergist? At Chacko Allergy, Asthma and Sinus Center, we are committed to providing first-class care for our patients. Dr. Chacko is a board-certified allergist and immunologist with extensive experience in allergy treatment, immunotherapy, asthma and sinus care. Throughout your treatment, we are dedicated to providing a personalized and comprehensive solution every step of the way.
Full-Service Roswell Allergist
Our office is home to the highest quality allergy treatment solutions available for Roswell, encompassing everything from allergy testing to treatment planning, asthma care – and much more. We know allergies cannot be cured, but we firmly believe it’s possible to effectively deal with them so they do not interfere with your day-to-day life. Some of our areas of focus are as follows.
An allergy is a hypersensitivity to many possible substances that can include food, dust, pollen, insect stings and mold. Due to the diversity of allergens and the scale of allergic responses, it’s important to provide a personalized allergy treatment for each patient. Practically, this approach will involve gaining an understanding of your medical history and allergy symptoms. We can then find an effective allergy treatment that delivers the best results.
Roswell Allergy Treatment Services
Allergy testing is one of the keys to finding the best treatment. If you have experienced an allergic reaction, it is highly likely you have an idea of the trigger. However, allergy testing is used to gain a precise diagnosis that can rule out other issues. The types of allergy testing we offer Roswell residents include a skin prick test, blood test and oral challenge food test. During a consultation, Dr. Chacko will recommend the best allergy testing solution for you or your child.
Asthma is a common disease in Roswell and across the country, causing breathing difficulties, coughing, wheezing and chest tightness. Asthma may be triggered by factors such as allergens, sinus infections, flu, exercise, smoke and medication. With effective treatment, it’s possible to keep asthma under control. However, poorly controlled asthma can lead to severe problems. Contact us if you are concerned about asthma symptoms.
Sinus problems are fairly common and will often clear up with rest and self-care. Unfortunately, chronic sinusitis, nasal polyps and severe sinus headaches may require alternative treatments. If you visit us at our allergy treatment center, we can diagnose the cause of persistent problems and find an appropriate sinusitis treatment. Allergies are a frequent cause of sinusitis, and you may need to treat the allergy to put an end to your sinus issues.