|Three Convenient Locations|
|North Andover, MA
Welcome To Allergy & Asthma Specialists!
Since 1977, Allergy & Asthma Specialists, P.C. of Massachusetts and New Hampshire, has specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of allergy, asthma, and immunologic diseases for children and adults. We are dedicated to providing our patients with the highest quality of care in order to improve their quality of life.
Our physicians are all board certified in pediatric/adult allergy, asthma, and immunology. We offer a full service allergy practice including having hospital staff privileges. All of our physicians are on staff at Lowell General Hospital in Lowell MA, Holy Family Hospital of Methuen MA and St. Josephs Hospital of Nashua NH. . Our practice offers an array of diagnostic testing and prepares individualized therapeutic plans. We specialize in pediatric asthma, adult asthma, allergic rhinitis, eczema (atopic dermatitis), food allergy, chronic sinusitis, hives (urticaria), immunodeficiency and drug allergy.
Our office has been an early adapter of electronic medical records.
We are one of the few practices that are on call EXCLUSIVELY for our patients 24 x 7.
Allergy & Asthma Specialists, PC will be closed on Tuesday July 4th, 2017 in observance of Independence Day.
Vitamin D deficiency is found in mainly northern climates and these geographical areas correspond to areas where there are a large numbers of patients with hayfever, asthma, eczema and food allergy. Serving a population in the Northeast of the United States, we commonly see vitamin D deficiency.In a study of over 1000 children with mild asthma those who were Vitamin D deficient had an increased risk of a major asthma attack over a 4 year follow up period.
For parents of kids with food allergic kids holiday treats-from candy to cookies are frightening. Common allergens such as peanuts, tree nuts, milk and egg are often ingredients in many treats. Some kids may experience a rash or red, itchy skin, vomiting, a stuffy, itchy nose, or diarrhea or stomach cramps if they eat a food to which they are allergic. For children who are severely allergic, a single bite of these foods may cause a life-threatening reaction termed anaphylaxis.