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Philadelphia Allergy, Pediatric Allergy & Asthma
Center City Philadelphia
205 N. Broad Street, Suite 300
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Monday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 11:15 AM
Thursday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Allergy & Asthma Center in Philadelphia, PA
In our Center City Philadelphia office our allergy, pediatric allergy and asthma specialists focus on comprehensive care for adults and children. We customize each evaluation, diagnostic, and treatment program to manage every patient’s specific allergy, asthma, and sinus symptoms. Our board-certified physicians, all specialists, offer the highest-level of service to keep patients out of the hospital and living healthier, symptom-free lives.
Our allergists offer a full range of clinical services in our Philadelphia office, including:
- Allergy shots (allergy immunotherapy)
- Allergy skin testing
- Drug reaction testing & desensitization
- Flu shots
- Food allergy testing & desensitization
- Patch testing for contact skin reactions
- Local pollen, mold, & ragweed counts
- Pulmonary function testing (breathing tests)
- 24-hour on-call medical care
With decades of medical experience, our allergists, pediatric allergists and asthma doctors are experts diagnosing and treating allergy, asthma, immunology, and sinus symptoms. All of our physicians are board-certified allergists. We are often are recognized as Top Doctors and Super Doctors, and receive excellent reviews from our patients.
Philadelphia’s Pollen, Mold, and Ragweed Counts
Certified by the National Allergy Bureau (NAB), The Asthma Center is Philadelphia’s only official source for today’s pollen, mold, and ragweed counts. We operate our official monitoring station on the rooftop of our location here in Center City. We also operate a second monitoring station in Mt Laurel, NJ covering South Jersey.
During the pollen season, The Asthma Center team collects, analyzes, and publishes the region’s official daily pollen count. We often share our research with local and national media (check out our allergists’ latest coverage in the news here), and use our expertise about local pollen conditions to understand the air you breathe so we can treat our patients better, especially those suffering from seasonal allergies.
During the spring, summer, and fall, we post daily pollen counts to our website, the NAB website, and to our pollen count subscribers via email.
Philadelphia Board-Certified Allergists & Immunologists
Beyond the typical training and licensing that all US doctors receive, board-certification assures the public and medical community that the physician has completed an additional accredited educational program and passed evaluations to provide patients with high-quality care in allergy and immunology. This includes a multi-year fellowship specializing in allergy and immunology, passing certification examinations, and maintaining certification with continuing education. The allergy and immunology training prepares doctors to identify and treat immune system disorders that can cause allergies, asthma, chronic lung disease, skin diseases, and immune deficiencies. From the extensive medical training and specialization, allergists are best able to detect and treat a patient’s allergens and discern which other conditions can masquerade as allergies.
Our Philadelphia patients typically meet with the following board-certified allergists:
allergen(s):Pollen, Ragweed & Mold Spore Counts will Return in the Spring of 2018