Our North Texas asthma doctor proudly serves Allen, McKinney, Plano, Fairview, Frisco, Celina, Denison, Sherman, and more.
Allergy & Asthma Associates of Allen specialized practice focuses on treating your allergy, asthma and immunology needs. We believe in educating our patients to help them understand their medical conditions. From allergies and asthma, to underlying immunological disorders, we offer the latest diagnostic evaluations to properly diagnose, and treat these conditions. After the initial evaluation, we give each and every patient an individualized treatment plan. Your visit to our office will not only be productive, but also pleasant and comfortable. Our state-of-the-art facility utilizes modern technology (including electronic health records and free Wi-Fi) to ensure you receive the best care available.
Dr. Reddy founded Allergy and Asthma Associates of Allen in 2004. The clinic has lived in our state of the art facility since 2010.
Dr. Reddy is the recipient of numerous honors and awards. He was selected by Governor Perry to serve on the Texas Medical Board in 2004 and continued with his appointment until 2016. Additionally, he was selected to represent the Texas Allergy Asthma and Immunology Society at the Texas Medicare Workforce Commission.
Maybe it’s not the pollen and pollution that trigger your allergies and asthma, but rather it’s something you ate. Can you pinpoint it? Did going gluten free fail to relieve the symptoms? Whether it’s a food allergy, or something else, allergy testing with an allergy specialist in Allen can pinpoint the problem, and create an individualized treatment plan. Why deprive yourself of the wonders of gluten if you don’t have to?
If your sinuses are okay, but your asthma triggers every time the wind blows, we can help. Dr. Reddy has a board certification in: asthma, allergies, and immunology. Above all, he will help you navigate triggers, symptoms, and treatment. Learn More
McKinney, TX allergies extend well beyond sneezing and itchy eyes. They are often the culprit behind skin problems such as eczema and hives (urticaria). Topical ointments are commonly used to treat inflamed skin, but they are often only marginally effective, and they don’t get to the heart of the problem. Learn More
Hay fever (also known as allergic rhinitis) occurs when your body overreacts to an allergen in the environment such as a plant pollen. Your body perceives that allergen as a dangerous enemy and unleashes chemicals in self-defense. But, these chemicals can cause inflammation of the various tissues of the eyes, nose and throat, leading to itchy eyes, a runny or congested nose, sneezing and a sinus infection or itchy throat. Learn More
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