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The AllergyCorp Group clinics serve as a state-of-the-art medical facilities with the latest diagnostics and treatment for allergy, sinus, nasal, asthma, and allergic skin disorders.

  • By combining the two specialties of Otolaryngology (ear, nose, and throat) and Allergy/Immunology, we offer a unique integrative approach in the field of allergy, rhinology and respiratory diseases. We also treat the full range of smell and taste disorders, and oral and throat conditions such as dry mouth (xerostomia), mouth burning syndrome (MBS) and infections.

The AllergyCorp Group staff is committed to superior, high-quality patient care. We strongly encourage preventative care and place a strong emphasis on patient education and counseling. We offer a full range of in-office diagnostic and treatment services for both adult and children (5 yrs. and older).

Dimitri Z Pitovski, MD
Otolaryngology / Allergy


Allergy / Asthma Clinic

“Clinic for Evaluation and Management of Adults and Children with Allergy and Asthma Disorders”     

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Allergic Skin Disorders Clinic

“Diagnoses and Manages Cases of Allergy Skin Disorders”

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Nasal / Sinus Clinic

“Comprehensive Care Clinic for Nasal Disorders and Sinus Infections”

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Smell and Taste Clinic

“Dedicated Solely for the Diagnosis and Management of Smell and Taste Disorders”

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FAQ

What insurance plans are accepted?

We accept most major health insurance plans, including BCBS, Cigna, Aetna, United Healthcare and Humana. We also accept most Medicare, Tricare and VA plans.

How can I tell if I have allergies or a cold?

Common allergy symptoms include: sneezing, runny nose, congestion, post-nasal drip, itchy, watery eyes and sometimes dark circles under the eyes. One way to tell if your symptoms are related to a cold or allergies are if your symptoms last longer than 10 days. If so, it’s usually allergies. Also, general aches and pains and fever are symptoms that are never associated with allergies. Staying indoors to avoid pollen, staying away from conditions that stir up pollen (like fresh cut lawns) and planning outdoor activities later in the afternoon when grass pollen is lower can help manage allergy symptoms.

Are the allergy test and treatment covered by insurance?

Yes, most insurance plans will cover allergy testing and treatment. Your insurance policies will be verified prior to testing.

What can I do to minimize my allergy symptoms?

Staying indoors to avoid pollen, staying away from conditions that stir up pollen (like fresh cut lawns) and planning outdoor activities later in the afternoon when grass pollen is lower can help manage allergy symptoms. If you are outdoors for a long period of time, shower and change into new clothes when returning inside. If you have a furred pet, frequently bathe or wipe them down to help keep the pollen from coming indoors. Make sure to change your air filters in your home and keep your windows shut. If you are affected, immunotherapy can improve your immunity to allergies in addition to relieving symptoms.

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