Sublingual Allergy Drops
Tired of suffering from your allergy symptoms? Sublingual immunotherapy, or allergy drops, may be right for you. This effective treatment can not only help reduce the overall severity of your symptoms, it can improve your quality of life.
Allergy & Asthma Treatment
Whether you’re living with asthma or allergies, our innovative treatment plans combine traditional medicine with functional medicine to focus on finding the root cause of illness and improving your quality of life.
Fed up with the relentless struggle against allergy symptoms? Consider allergy shots, a form of immunotherapy designed to alleviate your suffering. These injections, administered regularly, work to desensitize your immune system to specific allergens, ultimately leading to a reduction in the severity of your symptoms.
We now offer oral immunotherapy to treat food allergy!
Patients with reactions triggered by food typically have either a food sensitivity or a food allergy. At AAPRI, we’re proud to be the only practice in Rhode Island to offer oral immunotherapy (OIT), which can effectively help you overcome your food allergy.
We can do an assessment to confirm if you have a true food allergy and treat you with OIT when appropriate. Contact us today to find out if OIT might be right for you!
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At AAPRI, we’re excited to offer oral immunotherapy (OIT) for people with certain types of food allergy. The goal of OIT is to not only provide greater protection against accidentally eating the allergen, but to make it possible to consume the food without any reaction. Is OIT right for you or your child with food allergy? In this article, we talk with Dr. Vikram Malik, AAPRI’s food allergy specialist about OIT testing and what AAPRI’s OIT protocol entails.Read More
Let’s face it, a traditional Thanksgiving feast is packed with some of the worst offenders when it comes to inflammation-causing foods. “The good news is that it’s fairly easy to prepare and enjoy your delicious holiday favorites by swapping out the inflammatory ingredients for healthier ones,” says Yoko Kawashima, functional medicine certified health coach at the AAPRI Center for Functional Medicine. Here are some tips and recipe ideas to help you enjoy healthy holidays—without sacrificing flavor.Read More