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Allergy Asthma & Immunology, PG

Established in 1979, we have specialty asthma & allergy practices in northern and southern Idaho as well as in northern Nevada. Based in Twin Falls, Idaho, Asthma & Allergy of Idaho & Nevada offers seven locations and convenient hours. Our staff members are dedicated to your care, and our physicians are board certified by the American Board of Allergy & Immunology and the American Board of Internal Medicine & Pediatrics..

Knowledge Center About Allergies​

Allergic Rhinitis / Conjunctivitis

Our offices are open Monday through Friday. We will make every effort to schedule your appointment in a timely manner, and at a convenient time and location. We have offices in St. Joseph, Benton Harbor and Dowagiac. Read More >>

Allergy Injections

If you have allergies, you may be wondering if allergy shots are the best treatment for you. After all, getting regular shots isn’t anyone’s idea of fun, but the possibility of being free from your allergy symptoms may be worth it. Read More >>


Anaphylaxis is a severe, life-threatening, allergic reaction which occurs in response to foods, insect stings, medications, IV contrast dyes, etc. Patients typically experience rapid onset of shock.. Read More >>


Asthma is a lung disorder characterized by chronic inflammation and constriction of the airways. If you have asthma your airways are always inflamed… Read More >>


Bronchitis means that the tubes that carry air to the lungs (the bronchial tubes) are inflamed and irritated. When this happens, the tubes swell and produce mucus. This makes you cough… Read More >>

Contact Dermatitis

Allergic skin reactions are very common, and it can be difficult to figure out what causes them. There are hundreds of different kinds of rashes that can be caused by many things… Read More >>


Wheezing Q & A

Wheezing is a high-pitched whistling sound that occurs when you breathe. It’s more common to hear it when you breathe out, but it also happens when you breathe in. Learn More >>

Allergy Symptoms Q & A

he first time you have an allergic reaction, the symptoms are likely to be mild. As you continue to be exposed to the allergen, your risk increases for having a moderate or serious reaction. Learn More >>

Asthma Symptoms Q & A

Asthma symptoms occur when airways are inflamed and narrowed due to a combination of swelling, increased mucus, and tightened muscles. The symptoms of asthma include: Learn More >>

Rash Q & A

A rash is simply defined as an area of skin with changes in color and texture, but rashes are not simple. Rashes may appear as one or more of the following: blisters, oozing sores, Learn More >>

We look forward to helping you feel better!


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