Services & Procedures

We are committed to providing a comprehensive, professional, and patient-focused care in the field of allergy & immunology with the goal is to improve patients’ quality of life. Our board-certified allergist & immunologist specialists offer a wide variety of advanced specialty care in diagnosing and treatment of allergy related diseases and diseases of the immune system.

Below are services, procedures and specialty clinics we offer at Texas Allergy, Clinic for Allergy Asthma Sinus and Immunology Diseases.

Specialty Clinics


Allergic Inflammation Clinic

In the US, there are about 30% – 40% of adults and 40% of children living with allergy. When allergy symptoms first start, many OTC medications work well in controlling the symptoms. Later on, it becomes an inflammation process that many OTC allergy medications would not work or only relieve or mask your symptoms temporarily.

Eczema Clinic

Eczema is a chronic relapsing, itching skin inflammation that usually starts in childhood. It presents with different severity. When the skin is inflammed, it breaks down the natural barrier that the skin provides to our body. With this breaking down of the barrier, the skin and the body in general are vulnerable to several invaders, including bacteria, viruses, fungal spores, and allergens.

Food Allergy Clinic

Food allergy carries a significant burden on yourself and your family’s quality of life. In case of children, it brings extra burden on the growth and welfare of your child due to limitation of foods your child can take and the inconvenience of avoiding several foods at school and at other extra curriculum activities.

Chronic Urticaria Clinic

Acute urticaria is transient and does not last more than 6 weeks. When hives last more than 6 weeks, it is called chronic hives or chronic urticaria. Hives or urticaria is not a disease, but it is rather a symptom reflecting several underlying medical conditions or diseases. Thus, a multitude of triggers can cause a same presentation, which is hives. 

Allergy Test (Skin Test)

Allergy skin test is used to detect if you are sensitized to or allergic to certain allergens so your physician can formulate an effective treatment to your allergy / sinus, asthma, eczema and other allergy related diseases like many of the types of chronic urticaria.

Allergy Shot

Allergen specific immunotherapy or commonly known as allergy shots is the only true long term treatment to relief your allergy and allergy related diseases that can last even after completing a shot program.

Allergy Drop & Allergy Tablet

Allergy drops are off-label use sublingual form of allergen specific immunotherapy for many years. It is an effective allergy treatment for certain type of environmental allergy.

Patch Test

Patch testing is a form of allergy testing to detect a second form of allergy that is mediated by immune cells but not by antibodies like in previous tests.

Lung Function Test

Lung function test is used to see how well your lung work by looking at HOW MUCH air volume it can hold and HOW FAST you can move air out of your lung.

FeNO Measurement

Higer than normal nitrite oxide level is released in several inflammatory processes including asthma. It is seen in asthmatic conditions with epithelium damage or eosinophilic proliferation.

Oral Food and Oral Drug Challenge

Oral food and drug challenge are used as an ultimate method to rule out the food or drug allergy in question.

Food Desensitization

In the last few years, many investigations have shred light into the safety and efficacy of food desensitization. Today, many selected foods can be safely desensitized in many allergy clinics. 

Penicillin Allergy Testing

Penicillin family of medication is an important class of antibiotic. It is also the most common reported allergic drug.

Local Anesthetic Allergy Testing

Local anesthetic has been used to provide anesthesia or local numbing and pain relief since the 19th century since the discovery of cocaine. Those can be used topically like in some topical pain relief creams, pastes or patches, as a local nerve block in minor surgeries or dental procedures.

Drug Desensitization

In some patients who have drug allergy, it is possible that such medications can be used if there is an absolute need for it.

Aspirin Desensitization

Aspirin desensitization is the most effective method of treating AERD or aspirin / NSAID sensitivity. It is indicated in patients with recurrent nasal polyps, hard to control asthma who also have aspirin sensitivity.

Insect Allergy Desensitization

Insect allergy desensitization is indicated when there is evidence of anaphylaxis after getting insect sting and confirmed by allergy testing.

Sinus CT Imaging

Sinus CT imaging is a helpful tool in aiding with the diagnosis and treatment of sinus diseases.


Rhinoscopy uses a thin flexible fiberoptic cable to enable direct viewing of the nasal passage, sinuses, septum, vocal cord, the larynx and nearby structures to diagnose recurrent, resistant sinus infection, nasal polyps, other structural defects.

Biologics Monoclonal Antibodies

Nucala® (mepolizumab) and CinQair® (reslizumab) are approved by the FDA in November 2015 for the treatment of severe asthma and in patients with history of severe asthmatic attacks who are 12 years and older.

Immunoglobulin Replacement Therapy

Immunoglobulin or antibody replacement therapy is indicated for use in several conditions of antibody deficiency, a form of primary immunodeficiency that can cause chronic recurrent sinusitis, bronchitis and severe bacterial infections like pneumonia, deep-seated abscesses, osteomyelitis.