Concorde Medical Group PLLC

Allergy, Asthma & Clinical Immuology

The last 20 years has seen an upsurge of allergic disease worldwide from food allergy to allergic asthma and atopic dermatitis. The Concorde Medical Group believes that allergic disease is a tremendous burden on the quality of life for its patients as well as incurring a tremendous amount of excess costs for the health care system if not managed appropriately. Prevention is the keystone of treatment be it through pharmacological, immune modulatory or environmental interventions. With the use of topical preventive therapies one is able to treat the allergic reaction in the lung, the skin or the upper respiratory tract the majority of the time obviating the need for systemic steroids. Food allergy is another area of this specialty which can assist patients in prevention and minimize the dangers in this potentially life threatening area. Drug testing too is an area of medicine which is awash in misconceptions by both the physician and the patient. By doing directed testing one can increase the repertoire of antibiotics that can be used in treatment affording the patient the opportunity for more affordable and less harmful drugs in their armamentarium. Allergic eczema is another disease where allergy and its detection can bring about significant decreases in disease morbidity.

Services We Provide

With the above in mind, Dr. Mazza and the Concorde Medical Group offer allergy evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of the following condition in both adults and children:

  • Allergy testing (skin, in-vitro) + treatment for foods, environmental: pets, seasonal, dust, molds, etc.
  • Drug allergy diagnosis, testing + desensitization
  • Venom allergy diagnosis + immunotherapy
  • Atopic (allergic) dermatitis
  • Chronic itching
  • Acute + chronic hives
  • Asthma (allergy, exercise induced)
  • Anaphylaxis
  • Evaluation of Immune competence (for patients with an unusual number of infections)
  • Recurrent/chronic sinusitis
  • Immunotherapy for seasonal + environmental allergens

David Mazza, MD

David Mazza, MD