Allergy & Immunology Health Services is a private allergy and immunology practice in North Olmsted, OH. We are dedicated to better understanding what your allergies are and how best to treat them so you can start living a happier, healthier life.
Testing patients for allergies and providing the appropriate therapy is how we are able to help them overcome or reduce their allergy symptoms. We also specialize in biological drug therapy to help manage certain immunological diseases. Some of the different services we provide include:
Allergy Testing – Food, Drug, & Environmental
Dedicated to a Healthier You
There are various subtypes of asthma that do not respond to traditional forms of therapy. Dr. Panuto, our allergist-immunologist, understands this and is ready to take on these difficult cases to help you find a treatment.
Biological therapy, for example, is the new innovative therapy that is providing a solution for a lot of allergic and immunologic disorders that are not responsive to conservative and traditional forms of therapy. There is a vast array of biological therapy treatments available for allergic, asthmatic, and immunologic disorders and we can help find the right solution for your case. Trust Dr. Panuto and his staff to provide you with an effective allergy treatment.
Immunotherapy (allergy shots) help reduce hay fever symptoms in about 85% of the people with allergic rhinitis.
Peanut is the most common allergen followed by milk and shellfish.
Insect sting allergies affect 5 percent of the population.
Allergies are the 6th leading cause of chronic illness in the U.S. with an annual cost in excess of $18 billion. More than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies each year.
Immunotherapy (allergy shots) helps reduce hay fever symptoms in about 85% of people with allergic rhinitis.
It’s been around for a long time! Asthma was first recognized and named by Hippocrates, circa 450 BC.
Cats rule! Cat allergies are twice as common as dog allergies.
According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, as many as 30 percent of people with allergies have pet allergies. Cat allergies are twice as common as dog