White-Wilson Medical Center

Are you ready to enjoy life without constant allergy symptoms? Our comprehensive allergy program is here to provide you with a long-term solution that allows our specialists to identify the triggers behind your allergy symptoms and create a treatment plan that is specific to you. Whether you’re suffering from seasonal allergies, skin or eye irritations, sinus infections, chronic coughing or asthma, White-Wilson’s Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic offers answers and relief.

Key Program Features:

  • Non-Invasive Allergy Treatment – Experience a new approach to allergy relief without invasive tests or procedures. Our program prioritizes your comfort and wellbeing.
  • Painless, Needle-Free Skin Test – Our advanced skin test examines 78 of the most common airborne and environmental allergens. No needles, no pain – just clear insights into what’s triggering your allergies.
  • Personalized Treatment Plan – Based on your individualized results, we will create the right treatment for you, ensuring targeted, long-term relief from your allergy symptoms.

Why Choose White-Wilson Medical Center

  • Expert Guidance – Benefit from the knowledge and expertise of our Ear, Nose and Throat professionals dedicated to guiding you toward lasting allergy relief.
  • Holistic Approach – We don’t just manage symptoms; we address the root cause of your allergies, offering a comprehensive solution for improved well-being.
  • Convenient Testing – Our easy, pain-free process ensures a seamless experience, so you can focus on the path to relief without unnecessary discomfort.

Are any of the following allergy symptoms bringing you down?

  • Runny/Stuffy Nose
  • Itchy/Watery Eyes
  • Congestion
  • Sinus Proglems
  • Coughing
  • Skin Rash/Hives
  • Eczema
  • Wheezing
  • Asthma
  • Shortness of Breath

How It Works

Our team of Ear, Nose and Throat specialists are available to discuss your symptoms and health history. From there, they may recommend a simple, onsite test for a range of common allergens. These results will allow them to understand triggers and irritants and develop a strategy customized to you. With one call to the White-Wilson Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic, you can be on your way to relief.


What causes allergies

Allergies are caused by an immune system response to substances that are typically harmless. These substances, known as allergens, trigger the release of chemicals like histamines in the body, leading to allergic reactions. Common allergens include pollen, dust mites, pet dander, certain foods, insect stings and mold. The immune system’s overreaction to these substances can result in symptoms ranging from sneezing and itching to more severe reactions like difficulty breathing or anaphylaxis in extreme cases.

What treatment options are available for allergies?

Several treatment options exist to manage allergies based on their type and severity. Over-the-counter or prescription antihistamines counteract histamines, alleviating symptoms like itching and sneezing. Decongestants reduce nasal congestion, while nasal corticosteroids address inflammation. Immunotherapy, administered through allergy shots or sublingual tablets, desensitizes the immune system over time. For severe allergic reactions, epinephrine autoinjectors provide rapid relief. Allergen avoidance, lifestyle adjustments and topical treatments also play crucial roles in managing allergies. It is essential to consult with your health care provider to determine the most effective treatment plan tailored to your individual needs.

What is the skin test?

An allergy skin test is a diagnostic procedure used to identify specific allergens that may be causing an individual’s allergic reactions. During the test, a physician, nurse practitioner or allergist introduces a small amount of common allergens such as pollen, dust mites, pet dander or certain foods that are applied to the surface of the skin. The skin is then scratched to introduce the allergens just beneath the skin’s surface. If you are allergic to a particular substance, you will develop a small, raised bump or redness at the test site within 15-20 minutes. The size of the reaction helps determine your degree of sensitivity to each allergen. This test is valuable in pinpointing specific triggers and guiding your health care provider in creating an effective allergy management plan.

How long does the test take to complete?

Your visit and test may be completed in as little as 30-minutes.

Is this covered by insurance?

Yes. This program is covered by Medicaid, Medicare and many other insurance plans.

How do I sign up?

Call the White-Wilson Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic to learn more about this program and see if it is the right for you.

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