We are dedicated to improving your health and keeping you well. We provide the highest quality medical care in the treatment of allergies and asthma.
We are located in Dallas, Texas and specialize in allergic dermatologic diseases. At Park Cities Allergy & Asthma Associates we are dedicated to improving your health and keeping you well. We provide the highest quality medical care in the treatment of allergies, asthma and immune disorders. We treat adults and children of all ages. Our providers and staff strive to give the best possible care wit
Operating as usual
Despite the recent lift in face masks beginning next week, we will still require masks in our office to maintain the safety of you, our patients, and our staff. Thank you for your cooperation!
Spring allergies will be here before you know it! They can come as early as February depending on weather patterns. Prepare early and start eliminating sugar and dairy from your diet. Do your best and keep your sugar intake to under 40 grams per day while eliminating dairy altogether. Instead you should start consuming apples, garlic, and fatty fish. These 3 anti-inflammatory foods will help kick those allergies right out!
Looking for holiday desserts to cook for family and friends? Check out these gluten and allergy free homemade treats!
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Want to get rid of your allergies ASAP? Well here's 8 natural remedies for treating the allergy quickly!
1. Apple cider vinegar: It affects the allergy by cleaning the lymphatic system and reducing the production of mucous.
2. Local honey: Those of you who are allergic to pollen, consuming local honey can help get your body familiar with these things. This method works slowly but is much more effective.
3. Exercise: Some dangerous allergies appear due to a weak immune system. According to experts, devoting 30 minutes a day to exercise is highly beneficial. It makes the immune system stronger and provides lots of health benefits.
4. Nasal Sprays: Nasal sprays are highly beneficial in eliminating all types of harmful elements from nasal passages. A small dosage provides lots of benefits by which anyone can reduce the effects of allergies on nasal passages.
5. Acupuncture: Acupuncture is a specific technique which is considered for treating different types of issues including digestive issues and immune deficiency.
6. Probiotics: Using probiotics is helpful in improving the condition of the immune system and provides lots of benefits. For consuming probiotics, you need to choose foods such as kombucha or kimchi.
7. Dietary changes: Diet plays the most important role when it comes to maintain a good health condition. Sometimes, due to one's diet, allergic issues take place. Changes in your diet can make a lot of things easier. If you opt for a healthy diet then you are able to overcome different types of allergies and provide strength to your body. (Eliminate sunflower seeds, pineapple, cucumbers, melons, peanuts, bananas, and shellfish).
8. Nettle Leaf: this is highly beneficial in stopping the production of histamine in the body. Consequently, the body starts working on getting relief from the allergy. It becomes the best natural way to treat allergies. Try consuming it with an herbal tea.
Looking for recipes for the holidays to accommodate food allergies and sensitivities? Choose from multiple filters (allergens, holiday, season, specific diet, etc) and find tasty recipes for every occasion!
allergicliving.com Gluten-Free Apple and Pear Crisp Gluten-Free Apple and Pear Crisp Mary Schaefer 9 We pick the season’s best fruits to create a delightfully easy and aromatic dessert.
Antibiotics aren't needed for and won't help colds, flu, bronchitis, and runny nose. Treat the symptoms with nasal sprays, antihistamines, decongestants, fluids, and rest!
However, people with asthma aren't more likely to catch a virus than people without asthma, but when they do, the illness is longer and more severe. If you are asthmatic and develop a couch, wheezing, or congestion please see a medical provider as soon as possible.
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Don't forget to get your flu shots, it's not too late!! Flu activity generally peaks between December and February, getting the vaccine at the end of October or early November gives the body enough time to prepare. No worries if you aren't able too yet, the vaccine is still effective for those who prefer to wait to get the shot until later in the season, the CDC said.
Allergy season is at its peak in our area. Here's 5 helpful tips to prevent your allergies from getting worse! 1) Keep your windows in your car and home closed 2) Avoid line-drying your clothes and bedding 3) Limit exposure in the morning when its warm and dry 4) Wash your hands well after being outside 5) Minimize contact with humans & dogs that have spent a lot of time outdoors
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Flu shots will be available starting Monday the 17th. 💉
Please make note of the hours for July 2nd-5th!! We hope everyone has a FUN and SAFE holiday! 🇺🇸💥💙
It's not just you- find out why your hay fever symptoms may be at an all time high this year!
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Did you know that 1 in 13 children in America have food allergies?? That's 2 in every classroom! Get prepared this summer for the upcoming school year and come see us at Park Cities Allergy and Asthma- We can help!
With the heat on the rise, so are your chances for insect bites! Stay safe this summer and learn all you need to know about insect sting allergies!!
Summer temps mean more stinging insects. Knowing the difference between a normal reaction to an insect sting and an allergic reaction might save you a trip to the doctor’s office. https://acaai.org/allergies/types/insect-sting-allergies
Irritated skin can be caused by a variety of factors such as immune system disorders, medications and infections. When an allergen is responsible for triggering an immune system response, then it is an allergic skin condition. Not sure what's causing your rash or irritation - ? We can help!
pcaaa.com Although allergic skin reactions are very common, it is often difficult to determine what causes them. Irritated skin can be caused by a variety of factors. These include immune system disorders, medications and infections. When an allergen is responsible for triggering an immune system response, …
Is it or a ? sometimes it's hard to tell...
pcaaa.com In the cooler months, there are allergy triggers that will cause symptoms that mimic a common cold. Sometimes it’s hard to tell if it’s allergy, or a cold virus. However, once you know – it’s easier to formulate a long-term action plan to manage your …
👉🏼Feeling worse after you eat? 😩according to Women's Heath mag - Could be a symptom of something more serious...
Common myths about - as we go full-swing into Fall sports and Fall allergens - be on the SAFE SIDE:
pcaaa.com Is it asthma? Is it not? Sometimes it’s hard to tell and asthma effects each individual in a unique way. Is it related to athletic activities, exercise or exertion – or is it allergic? It’s important to receive a professional diagnosis and treatment plan, as …
✔️Gotta manage those allergies! 👉🏼13 Weird things that can trigger like making your bed 🛏or doing dishes 🍽 in a dishwasher?
✔️Things are changing for dealing with 🥜 - according to Self Magazine, doctors are now recommending introducing peanuts to infants as early as 4 mos old:
What to know about - from Dr. Schroeder's blog:
pcaaa.com Allergies end up being the cause of a multitude of ailments, from rashes to sneezing – and headaches and other unwelcome symptoms. One way to get to the bottom of it, and develop a treatment plan that will free your soul from it’s wrath – …
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✔️ are front and center - a growing and deadly threat. 👉🏼How restaurants are adapting to the food allergy problem
Do you suffer from a chronic - ? Chronic cough is usually caused by: Asthma, Chronic rhinitis with post-nasal drip, and acid reflux. We can help diagnose and manage all of these conditions - visit us to learn more!
pcaaa.com Chronic cough is usually caused by: Asthma, Chronic rhinitis with post-nasal drip, and acid reflux. Outlined below is a quick overview of each of these three common causes: Asthma Diagnosis is based on clinical history in conjunction with breathing tests like spirometry. Chronic Rhinitis with …
✔️Could your symptoms be ? Learn more about this and how we can help relieve some of the recurring symptoms: http://www.pcaaa.com/immune-deficiency/
with and - a routine visit with your allergist is a GREAT idea every year - and a great habit to teach your kids. Learn why on our blog:
pcaaa.com If your child has allergies or asthma, you are likely already in the routine of standard checkups, action plans and rescue medications. As our kids go back to school this Fall – whether it be a sweet kindergartner hitting the halls of academia for the …
Hurricane brings with it a host of potential health issues, including and other irritants in the water, and pests and viruses that arise from standing water.
keyt.com Even after Hurricane Harvey's immediate flooding threat goes away, Texas residents will still face a host of potential health problems from the water -- and from what the water leaves behind.
🌺 you CAN control the to a point and help prevent and flare ups. Here are some tips from the 👉🏼http://www.aafa.org/page/control-indoor-allergens.aspx
Are YOU ready for the ✔️The recommends an be listed with your child's school nurse ❤️
Being an - there can't be a box! Every patient requires individual analysis and an tailored treatment plan! Don't suffer with here in North Texas - visit the best Allergist in - Dr. Shroeder!
As you get ready to go - do you have your ready? Your school nurse will require this, along with your child's inhaler (s) - be prepared!
SO much about Management is this - test, try, test again, try again - and find the PERFECT plan to manage those allergy symptoms! Never give up - we can help!
SO true! Stay cool and protected! Visit our friends at Park Cities Skin Care for some Elta MD broad-spectrum sunscreen!!
Can you get in the summer!? YES! It can happen anytime you inhale an allergen.... the lining of the nose and membranes becomes inflamed and the rest, well - is uncomfortable. We can help!
pcaaa.com Allergic rhinitis (also called “hay fever”) affects 40 million people in the United States. It develops when you breathe in something you are allergic to, with consequent inflammation or swelling of the lining of your nose.
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