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“Quality Ear, Nose, Throat, Sleep and Allergy Care
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  400 Patroon Creek Boulevard, Suite 205    Phone: 518 701 2000 |   Allergy Center Phone: 518 701 2093

Allergy Center

Albany ENT & Allergy Services offers comprehensive evaluation and treatment of allergic disorders affecting the ears, nose, throat and skin as well as asthma, animal and food allergies and chemical sensitivities.

Ear, Nose & Throat Doctors (Otolaryngoloists) play a leading role nationally in the management of patients with allergy-mediated respiratory, head, neck, and related problems.

Our physicians are Otolaryngic Allergists. An Otolaryngic Allergist is a physician specially trained to diagnose the cause of allergic disease and treat the specific condition. To become an Otolaryngic Allergist a physician completes:

Otolaryngic Allergy is the largest subspecialty field within otolaryngology, head and neck surgery in the United States and has been practiced for decades by otolaryngologists who complete the educational requirements of the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy.

One of the reasons otolaryngologists are involved in otolaryngic allergy is because many of the ear, nose and throat symptoms our patients experience are in fact allergy-mediated.

Being educated in the allergy specialty allows for a more comprehensive approach to providing the best possible medical care to our patients.


The Allergy Center is open weekdays from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm with extended hours 7:30 to 5:30 pm on Wednesdays. Our dedicated allergy nursing staff provides our allergy patients with personalized patient care and support. Immunotherapy (allergy shots and sublingual drops) and testing is provided to many patients each year.



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Contact

Joanna Baia, RN

jbaia@albanyentandallergy.com

Allergy Center hours:

Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri
7:30 – 5:00 pm

Wednesday
7:30-5:30


Services

Allergy Immunotherapy/Allergy Shots & Sublingual Drops

Intrademal Testing (IDT) Skin

Prick Testing

Pulmonary Function Testing

Exhaled Nitric Oxide Testing


Allergy Connection

Types of Allergies
Types of Treatments
What is Immunotherapy?
What Can I Expect from Allergy Shots?
Living with Pets
Meet our Staff

Additional Resources

American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery
American Rhinologic Society
American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network
Institute of Food Science & Technology
PeanutAllergy.com
The Gluten-Free Pantry
The Candida Page
AllergyDiets.com
An Introductory Guide To Celiacs Disease