Where Can I Find Allergy Relief?
Itchy eyes, a skin rash, an upset stomach – these can all be signs of an allergy. You may have had one or more of these symptoms, but don’t know what triggers it. If you have an allergy, let a professional diagnose your condition.
Your allergist can also talk to you about treatment options, such as:
- Medical therapy
- Trigger avoidance
- Ways to reduce your allergies over time
Your Partner in Lung Health
Banner Health allergists treat patients with mild to severe allergies, including seasonal, food and drug allergies, and those with skin problems. We also work closely with pulmonary specialists on any serious allergy and asthma conditions in your lungs.
Immune deficiencies happen when the body can’t fight infection or illness. Most problems with the immune system develop over time – unlike HIV or AIDS, which you acquire – and affect adults and kids. If you notice an illness or infection that comes back often, schedule an appointment with an allergist immunologist.
Banner Health allergist immunologists work with you to identify your condition. We consider the different types of immune problems and the type of illness or infection you have. Once we make the diagnosis, we work with you on a custom treatment plan.
1501 N Campbell Ave
Tucson, AZ 85724
We can streamline the testing, diagnosis and treatment process for your allergy-related issues with total care in one location. Our allergists see and treat any severity or type of allergy, including seasonal, food and drug allergies, and skin disorders. The Sinus and Allergy Center at Banner – University Medical Center Tucson is the only one of its kind in Southern Arizona.
Sinus & Allergy Conditions in Adults
At our Center, you can see an ear, nose, throat, head and neck specialist, and an allergist on the same day. We specialize in nose-related disorders, such as:
- Sinusitis or rhinosinusitis
- Nasal airway obstruction
- Nasal polyps- tissue growths within the lining of the nose and sinuses
- Loss of smell
- Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) leaks – when the clear fluid surrounding the brain and spine leaks
- Sinonasal tumors – tumors within the nose and sinuses, both benign (non-cancerous) and malignant (cancerous)
Academic Medicine Difference
The partnership between Banner Health and the University of Arizona brings clinical care delivery, education and research to the forefront of the patient experience.