Catering to the increasing number of patients consulting medical specialists for a wide range of allergic and immune diseases, MedPark offers comprehensive treatment specifically designed for each age group by highly experienced allergy specialists. We are committed to providing our patients with compassionate, state-of-the art medical care in a warm and friendly environment.
At MedPark, our specialists have extensive expertise in diagnosing and treating conditions from common allergies to complex and rare pathologies as well as those related to immunosuppression and immunodeficiency that can drastically affect an individual’s quality of life.
Recognizing that each patient has unique needs, the specialists look at family background, health history and undertake a physical examination to find the root cause of the symptoms so they can address the real problem. Short, medium and long-term treatment plans tailored to the individual are then prescribed.
Our team of physicians apply various advanced techniques in diagnosis including the skin prick test, also called a puncture or scratch test, which uses needles that barely penetrate the skin’s surface. This testing is not painful and causes no bleeding, with the patient experiencing no more than momentary discomfort. Other diagnostic tools include a blood test, a spirometry test to diagnose lung conditions and modern lab tests which enable the physician to build a profile of the patient’s health information and plan treatment over the next five years.
To help children and infants with food allergies, the specialists work closely with pediatricians and GI specialists to analyze reactions to cow’s milk, eggs, soybeans, peanuts, wheat flour, seafood or irritants. The specialists focus on restoring the body’s functions to improve immunity rather than merely relying on allergy medication.
Today, adults and even children with allergies can safely take oral medicine or use a nasal spray over a prolonged period. Nevertheless, our specialists place emphasis on changing the patient’s behavior especially in relation to food and environment to reduce allergic reactions. The ultimate goal is to have patients manage their allergic symptoms without continual reliance on drugs.