Dr. Christopher Couch completed his Fellowship Training in Allergy and Immunology June of 2016 and joined the Allergy Asthma Clinic in July of 2016 after completing a fellowship in Allergy & Immunology at the University of Michigan. Dr. Couch has passed the boards in Allergy & Immunology and is now a Diplomate of The American Board of Allergy and Immunology. Congratulations Dr. Couch! Read about it here.
It’s that time of the year again, children of all ages are preparing to go back to school. Children are not the only individuals preparing, many parents of allergic children are preparing too. The back-to- school season is a time of high pollen and mold levels, and exposure to both (and additional) allergens and viruses at school can take a large toll on children’s health. Read about what you can do to help prep your children for the new school year.
Nothing pairs better with nice tan than a runny nose and red eyes during the summer months. Summer allergies can hit anyone and any age, even if you’ve never before had allergies. It is a wise idea for individuals to visit the Allergy Asthma Clinic if these undesirable signs accompany your beach towel and flip flops. Read more here.
Dr. Mark S. Schubert has once again been recognized as one of the Top Docs in the April 2016 Phoenix Magazine. Congratulations Dr. Schubert! Read about his media here.
Congratulations to Dr. Leyko for being awarded the Patient’s Choice 5th Anniversary Award. The Patients’ Choice Award – 5 Year Honoree is recognition granted only to 1% of US doctors whose ratings have reflected excellence in care for five years in a row. Read about it here.
Announcement: Dr. Mark S. Schubert, MD, PhD, Recognized as All-Time Specialty Leader by Phoenix Magazine Top Docs: 2015
Allergy Asthma Clinic is proud to announce that Dr. Schubert was recently featured in Phoenix Magazine’s April 2015 Best Doctors Issue as being an all-time leader in Allergy & Immunology. Congratulations to Dr. Mark Schubert and his great work.
Dr. Ahn spoke at the recent Immune Deficiency Foundation meeting in Tempe on April 26th, 2014. The talk was called: “Management of Chronic Sinus Disease in Immune Deficient Patients.” Keep up with all of our physicians' research, talks and publications.
Urticaria is the medical term for hives. Urticaria usually appears as red bumps or round welts on the skin. They may be associated with episodes of lip, tongue, or face swelling, called angioedema. Treatment of chronic urticaria can be frustrating at times for both the patient and the clinician because even a combination of several different medications may only lessen the severity or frequency of hives, but not lead to complete resolution. Read more about urticaria and what can be done about it.
Congratulations to Dr. Schubert who was selected again this year in Phoenix Magazine’s “Top Doctors 2014.” He was also selected for the national “Best Doctors in America 2014.” Read about his successes here.