Did you know that Advances Men’s Performance (AMP) offers onsite Allergy Testing and Immunotherapy?
Our board certified family practitioners can help give you relief from your allergies!
NOTE: This facility currently treats environmental allergens only. We do not treat food allergens at this time.
You can reduce or eliminate your symptoms without medication and without living your life in a box. AMP now offers allergy testing and immunotherapy services. Ask your primary care provider about allergy testing, allergy shots, or drops. We really can help you feel better!
Your immune system provides a very valuable service in protecting your body from infection and disease. But your immune system can overreact to a harmless substance, releasing chemicals known as histamines, leukotrienes and prostaglandins. It is these chemicals that trigger the allergic symptoms you may be experiencing. An allergy can develop at any time in a person’s life, and they often develop when we’re young. Allergies often develop from a combination of factors, particularly genetics and environment. A child with one parent who has allergies has genetic predisposition that increases their risk of developing allergies by 50%. The risk increases to 70% if both the child’s parents are allergy sufferers.
Allergies can also lead to other medical conditions including:
Immunotherapy is the best way to manage your allergies with the least amount of medication. You can break free of antihistamines or steroid treatments and gain a long-term solution to minimize your allergy symptoms.
During Immunotherapy, your doctor will inject small amounts of the substances that are causing your allergies under your skin, or it can be placed directly under your tongue. This helps your body to adjust to the allergen causing you trouble. The result is less allergy symptoms when you encounter the allergen in your daily life.
At first, you receive the treatment once a week as you work your way to what’s known as a maintenance dose. Once you reach the maintenance dose, your treatment will eventually move to once a month. After 1–3 years of therapy, you will have greatly reduced or eliminated your allergy symptoms and the need to take expensive medications to control them. It’s that simple.
A recent study demonstrated the following cost reductions from receiving Immunotherapy versus other treatment options without Immunotherapy: