Allergy Treatment

Experienced With All Allergy Treatments.

Are you looking for allergy treatments? Come to Express Healthcare Urgent Care today and meet with our board-certified doctors and experienced staff. We can help you with your allergy symptoms regardless if they only affect you during certain seasons or if it is a year-round problem. We are always available to help treat your symptoms at our state-of-the-art clinic!



Your first step is to see a specialist. You can get a referral from your primary care physician or ask for recommendations.


Your allergist may perform skin or blood tests to determine what type of allergic disease you have and the causes of your symptoms.


This is the step where you take control of your allergies and get relief from your allergic symptoms.

Allergies exist in many different forms.

You might be surprised to learn how many different types of allergies there are. Find out more about the allergy you suffer from:

Food Allergy

An allergy occurs when your body’s natural defenses overreact to exposure to a particular substance, treating it as an invader and sending out chemicals to defend against it.

Skin Allergy

Bumps, itching, redness, and other skin conditions are common, and their cause may not be easily identifiable. A board-certified allergist can help determine if your symptoms are the result of allergies.

Pet Allergy

A pet allergy can contribute to constant allergy symptoms, as exposure can occur at work, school, daycare, or in other indoor environments, even if a pet is not present.

Drug Allergies

As with other allergic reactions, these symptoms can occur when your body’s immune system becomes sensitized to a substance in the medication, perceives it as a foreign invader, and releases chemicals to defend against it.

Dust Allergy

People who have dust allergies are familiar with sneezing—but sneezing isn’t the only uncomfortable symptom. Dust allergies also give many people a stuffy or runny nose or cause their eyes to itch or become red and watery.

Mold Allergy

Molds live everywhere—on logs and on fallen leaves, and in moist places like bathrooms and kitchens. Some people are allergic to these molds. An allergy occurs when you react to things like mold or pollen that don’t affect most people.

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If you have never been diagnosed with allergies but think you might have them or aren’t sure what causes your allergy symptoms, see an allergist.


Specialist Care

With the help of an allergist, symptoms can usually be prevented or controlled to improve your quality of life.


Sublingual Immunotherapy

Sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) is a preventive treatment for allergic reactions that doesn’t require injections.



Immunotherapy is a preventive treatment for allergic reactions to substances such as grass pollens, house dust mites, and bee venom.


Allergy Medicine

earn about the medicines that can help control allergy symptoms. Allergists can now offer another relief option for certain types of allergies by prescribing allergy tablets.

Can Express Healthcare Urgent Care help me with seasonal allergies?

Seasonal allergies are common and people can suffer them during a single season or multiple times during the year. Often, patients will report feeling fatigued day in and day out and always congested. At our facility, we can help treat you for these symptoms to make your day easier until the seasonal allergy passes. There’s no need to wait out a seasonal allergy tired and congested. Come in today for help!

Can you cure me of my year-round or seasonal allergies at your clinic?

Unfortunately, there is no cure for allergies. At our walk-in clinic, we can treat your symptoms to make them less severe until the allergy passes. Ideally, you should try to limit your exposure to the allergens causing your allergic reaction.

What can Express Healthcare do to treat my allergies?

While there is no cure for year-round or seasonal allergies, we can help treat symptoms that are worse than usual. Sometimes, allergy symptoms can be mistaken for the flu, a sinus infection, or strep throat. Come in today for an evaluation, as these illnesses can be effectively treated. These illnesses, unlike allergies, can be contagious, so they need to be addressed immediately.

If the cause of your symptoms is allergies, we can prescribe some effective medications to help ease your symptoms. Medication combined with our recommendations above should help reduce your symptoms to get through your allergic reaction.

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