Your First Visit to the Allergy, Asthma & Sinus Center

Depending on your availability and preferences, we offer two different options for all new patient appointments.

Virtual Hybrid Visit

 Initial consult online

 Testing at our office as needed

 Follow up consult online

In-Person Visit

 All in-person at the office

 Extended visit for consult and testing

The vast majority of our patients have chosen our Virtual Hybrid Visit option as it offers the most flexibility in scheduling. Consults are done online from the convenience of your home or workplace, and the in-person visit for testing is much shorter in duration.

Instead of filling out paperwork, one of our nurses will call you to briefly review your medical history and put together a list of the medications you are taking. If testing is required, you may need to refrain from eating or drinking anything other than water for 3 hours prior to the appointment. Additionally, any skin testing requires that you do not use any antihistamines for 3-7 days prior to the appointment. Our nurses will discuss all of the information that applies to your situation via phone prior to your appointment.

We accept most insurances, but you should always check with your insurance company before any medical visit to find any referral requirements or to determine the financial obligations they require. We ask for your copay at the time of your visit.

Patient Education Resources

When you thoroughly understand your allergies or asthma, you can begin to take control of your symptoms. We firmly believe that this is the first step in being able to live your life as you wish - without being limited in any way. Please see the following videos and links for detailed educational information.

Side Effects of Meds
Herbal Supplements
Nasal Spray Technique
Inhaler Technique
Asthma Overview

Here are some additional sites that are you can find information on allergy, asthma or sinus issues:

American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) —
American Lung Association —
Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) —
Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) —
Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Connect Team (FAACT) —

Payment Information

Current patients can make a payment toward their balance by clicking the “Online Payments” button in the navigation bar of this website. Payments are handled through a third‐party secure payment provider for your convenience and security.

If you have discussed with our office manager that a payment plan is right for you, call us at (414) 529-8500 to setup recurring payments.