Medical Services Provided

The Allergy, Asthma and Clinical Research Center offers the most advanced treatment options for Asthma, Allergic and Non Allergic Rhinitis, Chronic Sinusitis, Atopic Dermatitis(Eczema), Food and Drug Allergies, and Immunodeficiency. Treatment options available include:

  • State of the Art Asthma and Allergy Treatment
  • Immunotherapy
  • Food Challenge
  • Food Desensitization
  • Drug Desensitization

What is Immunotherapy?

Commonly referred to as allergy shots, immunotherapy is a treatment option for individuals who have allergic rhinitis, eczema or allergic asthma triggered by pollen, mold, dust mite or pet dander, as well as venom (insect sting) allergies.

Immunotherapy (allergy injections) is the process of introducing small amounts of the allergens to which one is allergic and progressively increasing the doses to lessen an individual's allergic response. Allergy injections have been used for over 100 years and are an FDA-approved therapy.

In a Rush? Do RUSH!

Accelerated or RUSH immunotherapy is where allergy shots are given in an accelerated fashion.

What is the Advantage of RUSH Immunotherapy?

While regular immunotherapy takes 3 1/2 months to get to maintenance, RUSH immunotherapy takes a shorter time (about 4-5 weeks) to achieve maintenance. There will be a faster improvement in the allergy symptoms. Ask your healthcare provider or contact our office for more details.

In the News

Dr. Tarpay featured on KFOR-TV

According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, Oklahoma City, OK, is one of the worst cities in the nation for allergies. Dr. Tarpay offers tips to keep pollen at bay:

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The incidence of peanut allergy has significantly increased during the last 2 decades. A new study, the LEAP trial suggest that eating peanut early( during the first year of life ) may be associated with reduced risk of peanut allergy. Ten international medical organization created a " Consensus Communication "  an interim guidance for high risk infants. We expect new guidelines regarding feeding practices for healthy and high risk infants.  

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