2251 Eldorado Pkwy, Suite 150
McKinney, TX 75070
Welcome to McKinney Allergy & Asthma Center, your trusted healthcare partner for comprehensive and compassionate medical services. We are dedicated to providing high-quality care that is tailored to your unique needs, with a team of skilled medical professionals practicing the most up-to-date expertise based on recent research and clinical findings.
At McKinney Allergy & Asthma Center, we understand that your health and well-being are of the utmost importance. That's why we offer a wide range of services, including allergy testing, asthma management, immunotherapy, and many other specialized treatments. Our team is here to provide you with the personalized attention and care you deserve.
Thank you for choosing McKinney Allergy & Asthma Center as your healthcare partner. We look forward to serving you and your family and helping you achieve optimal health and wellness.
When common over-the-counter and prescribed medications fail to offer relief from allergy symptoms, an allergist can help identify specific triggers (like pollens, molds, dust mite, animal dander) through allergy skin testing and/or allergy blood testing. A treatment plan can be formulated and, if necessary, allergy shots (immunotherapy) may be recommended.
80% of asthma is related to environmental allergy triggers, and
daily medications like steroid inhalers may be reducible if specific
allergies are identified and effectively controlled. Other asthma medications, including omalizumab (Xolair), may be included in the treatment plan.
When severe, food allergies can be life-threatening. It is
also possible to outgrow food allergies. Allergists help identify food allergies and determine whether it is safe to reintroduce foods back into the diet. We also extensively discuss and review food avoidance measures and Emergency Action Plans.
Sometimes allergies are not the cause of frequent sinus and respiratory infections. An allergist is also extensively trained in the field of immunology and can help determine problems with the
Also called atopic dermatitis. There may be an allergic component to the dry, itchy, flaky patches seen in eczema flares. Topical medications help to control the symptoms, but an allergist can help identify the specific triggers of eczema flares.
Hives & Swelling
Also called urticaria and angioedema. Possible
triggers include allergies to medications and foods as well as infections. An allergist can help isolate the cause and also devise treatment plans for controlling skin flare-ups.