Dec 21, 2018


Safe and effective medications remain the cornerstone of treatment for most allergic conditions. Non-sedating antihistamines, topical (inhaled, intranasal, or cutaneous) corticosteroid preparations, bronchodilators (asthma rescue inhalers), and various other medical therapies can be safely and effectively used to control most allergy and asthma symptoms.

Early, appropriate and regular use of appropriate controller or anti-inflammatory medications for asthma, allergic rhinitis, and atopic dermatitis have been shown to dramatically reduce symptoms, improve quality of life, and decrease long-term complications from these common and often life-long conditions

Your Snö allergy team shares your goal: the least amount of medication required to adequately and appropriately control your condition. It is important to understand that as much as we would all love to eliminate your need for treatment, there is no “cure” for most allergic conditions, and it is possible you or your child will require medication for a long time. Your allergist will work with you to ensure a safe and effective treatment plan, which will be continually reassessed and adjusted over time