Allergy Treatment Clinic in Staten Island, South Fallsburg, Boro Park, and Williamsburg, NY

If you are suffering from the year-round or seasonal allergies, then find the treatment for your allergies here at Chai Urgent Care. Visit us at a location near you. For more information, please call us or schedule an appointment online.

Allergy Treatment Clinic in Staten Island, South Fallsburg, Boro Park, and Williamsburg, NY
Allergy Treatment Clinic in Staten Island, South Fallsburg, Boro Park, and Williamsburg, NY

Allergies and asthma have strong, unpleasant effects on many of us. Rather than suffer from their inconvenient, sometimes painful symptoms, check into your nearest Chai Urgent Care to get treated by a knowledgeable allergy doctor fast.

What Causes Allergies, Asthma, and Allergic Asthma?

Allergies occur when you breathe in allergens, like pollen, mold, or dust mites, and your immune system tries to protect you from them. This protection can take many forms, including expulsion by sneezing, coughing, or watering eyes. Asthma happens when your immune system overreacts to target substances by narrowing and inflaming the bronchial tubes in your lungs. These conditions can occur separately or, in some cases, simultaneously.

When they coincide, a condition known as allergic asthma can sensitize your airways to one or more allergens. When you breathe these allergens in, your airway muscles contract and your throat becomes inflamed and coated in thick mucus. This overreaction made by your immune system can cause the following symptoms in varying degrees of severity:

  • Coughing
  • Wheezing
  • Inability to catch your breath
  • Quick, shallow breathing
  • Tightening of chest

When to Seek Help in NJ & NY

Even though there are many different rescue medications and at-home treatments for allergies, asthma, and their combination, it’s important to know when to seek the help of a medical professional. Seek help right away if you notice any of the following:

  • Inability to fully inhale or exhale
  • Acute shortness of breath and difficulty speaking
  • Bluish color in nails, lips, or face
  • Gasping
  • Rapid breathing, coughing, or wheezing
  • Pained chest muscles
  • Confusion or exhaustion
  • Fainting or collapsing

Depending on the severity of your symptoms, you may need to dial 9-1-1 to receive emergency medical transportation. However, if you are experiencing milder effects, visit Chai Urgent Care to get treated.

About Our Treatment in NJ & NY

At Chai Urgent Care, we offer an array of services, including treatment for asthma, allergies, and allergic reactions. Our friendly team of seasoned physicians is ready to help you feel better, offering the most up-to-date, effective treatment options.

To treat allergies and allergic reactions, our staff may recommend:

  • Allergen avoidance: Includes helping you identify and avoid your allergy triggers
  • Medications: Over-the-counter and/or prescription medicines in pill, liquid, nasal spray, or eye-drop from
  • Immunotherapy: A series of injections or sublingual tablets given over an extended period
  • Emergency epinephrine: EpiPen® injection(s) can reduce your symptoms until you receive emergency treatment

We also recommend a range of treatments for patients with asthmatic symptoms. Potential treatments include quick-relief medications, which provide swift, short-term relief during an asthma attack. In cases of allergic asthma, these may include certain allergy medications. Our staff may also prescribe long-term asthma control medications for patients, which keep symptoms under control on a day-to-day basis.

Why Choose Chai Urgent Care in NJ & NY?

When you come into Chai Urgent Care for your allergy and/or asthma treatment, you are choosing a friendly, experienced team that provides effective, community-based care. We boast a 98% customer satisfaction rate, so you can be confident that we will find a solution for you. Plus, we always prioritize your comfort and convenience, offering availability 365 days a year, accepting all insurance companies, and not requiring appointments or PCP changes. Contact us today or visit your nearest location to learn more.