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The leaders in Allergy & Asthma Care.

We pride ourselves in taking the time to understand each patient’s concerns and work effectively alongside our highly skilled support staff to make certain we provide the highest quality care available.

Allergy Partners of the upstate

is a member of the nation’s largest single specialty practice in Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. Our dedicated Physicians will develop a comprehensive treatment program to bring your life into balance.


 Recent Posts

  • Our very own Allergy Myth Busters!
    September 15, 2015
    The Myth: Food Allergy causes ADHD.
  • Allergy Myth Busters: Local Honey
    September 8, 2015
    Allergy Myth Busters: Local Honey Inspired by one of our favorite television shows, Allergy Myth Busters looks at a number of popularly held beliefs about allergy. But are these myths just urban legends or are they true?
  • All Offices Closed Monday, September 7, 2015 in Observance of Labor Day
    September 4, 2015
  • Of Pharaohs and Bee Stings
    August 17, 2015
    Was the death of a pharaoh the first report of an insect sting reaction? In 1989, an article in Hospital Practice by Ovary stated that the death of Pharaoh Menes after a wasp sting in 2600 BC was the first reported account of an anaphylactic reaction to insect stings. According to Krombach, this was based on hieroglyphs found on his sarcophagus and tomb. Dynasties that came after Menes believed him to be the first Pharaoh and he is credited with many things, including the introduction of papyrus and writing. But Krombach and his fellow authors argue that he was likely a mythical figure who may not have even lived. Oh well -- so much for exotic origins. No matter when the first reaction was, it is likely that insect sting allergy started a very long time ago
  • New Rescue Inhaler Available
    August 14, 2015
    A new type of inhaler is now available to deliver albuterol for patients with asthma or reversible COPD. The inhaler is called ProairRespiclick and is available for patients 12 years or older to treat acute symptoms of airway constriction (bronchospasm) or as prevention of exercise induced asthma symptoms. Most patients refer to albuterol inhaler as the “rescue” or “emergency” inhaler.

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