Allergy & Asthma
Do you have a runny or stuffy nose, loss of your sense of smell, cough, wheezing, shortness of breath or repeated sinus infections?
We can help.
Peanut, Milk, and Egg
New approaches to desensitizing patients to peanut, milk and egg now exist
Our office is open for all patients by Appointment Only. Access is limited to the patient only or to a child with a parent. A mask is required.
Every person is different. Therefore, the symptoms of asthma and best asthma treatment may be quite different for you or someone else with asthma.
New approaches to desensitizing patients to peanuts now exist. For most patients, they can be desensitized to peanuts so that they are able to eat them without the risk of an allergic reaction.
Dairy allergies are the most common food allergy in infants and young children. Dairy and milk allergy can be successfully treated so that you or your child will be able to consume dairy and not have an allergic reaction.
Of the 8 most common food allergies, egg allergy is the most likely to be outgrown and more than half of the children diagnosed will outgrow it by age 7. For most people who are continuing to have egg allergy, they can be desensitized to eggs so that they are able to eat them without the risk of an allergic reaction.
Our Doctor – Dr. George Gottlieb, MD
An Atlanta “Top Doctor”
“I would really like to express my heartfelt appreciation to Dr. Gottlieb and his staff for the loving care they have given me over the last twenty or more years!”— Read more from Ginny
“If you’re struggling with a reaction to your chemotherapy, I highly recommend the Chemo Desensitization program.”— Read more about chemotherapy desensitization
“Now, after peanut desensitization, I can try new restaurants and new foods and not worry. I wish this had been available when I was younger because it would have been a big relief for me and my parents.”— Read more about peanut desensitization