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New Patient Packet (Pandas)
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Immunology Center in Plano, Texas

Enjoy a healthier, more active lifestyle with help from the Allergy and Asthma Treatment Center in Plano, Texas. Our immunology center offers asthma and allergy treatments to improve your health. To learn more about our treatments or to arrange your next visit, contact us today to consult with a helpful member of our team.

Effective Health Treatments
Allergy and Asthma Treatment Center is a health and wellness center that provides treatments for allergies, asthma, and other related illnesses in adults and children. We will identify, diagnose, and treat asthma, autism, allergies, and a variety of other issues that can negatively impact your health.

Dr. Rao, Board Certified Allergist
Dr. Rao is a doctor who is specially trained and experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of allergic diseases and related conditions. These include asthma, hay fever, sinusitis, hives, and certain kinds of allergic reactions to foods, insect stings, and drugs. Dr. Rao and his team will help you get tested, get treated, and get better!

What Causes Allergies?
Allergy problems arise when your immune system overreacts to an allergen—something that is usually harmless, such as plant pollen, dust mites, mold, insect stings, and certain foods. If you have an allergy, your immune system acts as if the allergens were dangerous, releasing a chemical called histamine that causes allergy symptoms. If the allergen is something you breathe in from the air, your reaction will most likely affect your eyes, nose, and lungs. If it's something you eat, it may affect your mouth, stomach, and intestines. Food allergies also can cause skin rashes or even asthma symptoms.

Happy Family, Allergy Treatments from Our Immunology Center in Plano, TX
Call or email our immunology center for autism, asthma, and allergy treatments that will help you live a healthier, more active life.