Immunotherapy, Asthma & Allergy Treatments in New Jersey

Once we’ve identified your specific condition or symptoms, our healthcare professionals will tailor a treatment plan specific to you and your needs.

Personalized Treatments We Offer

At Impact Medical, we offer several treatment options that aim to alleviate symptoms of allergies, asthma, and other conditions, and to prevent those symptoms from returning. Your healthcare professional will recommend a treatment plan that is tailored to your specific symptoms by utilizing your medical history and diagnostic testing results. Read more about some of our treatment options below:

Allergen Immunotherapy

Target allergies with gradual exposure, building tolerance for lasting relief from allergic reactions.

Venom Immunotherapy

Combat severe insect allergies through desensitization, reducing the risk of life-threatening reactions.

Biologic Therapies

Harness advanced medications targeting specific pathways, offering effective relief for chronic conditions like allergies.

 

Gamma Globulin Infusions

Boost immune function with concentrated antibodies, aiding individuals with immune deficiencies for enhanced protection.

Medications

Provide quick relief during emergencies and long-term management with medications for stable control of allergies, asthma, and skin rashes.

Allergen Avoidance Medications Allergen Immunotherapy Biologic Therapy Gamma Globulin Infusions
Environmental Allergies (Dust, Mold, Danders, Pollens)YYYNN
Food AllergiesYNY (only FDA approved for peanut allergy)NN
Medication AllergiesYNNNN
Insect or Bee Sting AllergiesYYYNN
Allergic Chemical Contact DermatitisYNNNN
AsthmaYYYYN
Chronic Urticaria (Hives)YYNYN
Atopic DermatitisYYYYN
ImmunodeficienciesNNNNY

Treatment FAQs

Although strict avoidance is the primary treatment for allergies, other treatments may include allergen immunotherapy (allergy shots) or medication dependent on the type of allergy.

The best treatment for asthma is dependent on what is causing your asthma and how severe your asthma is.

Explore our treatment options with a trusted healthcare professional today.