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How to Reduce Allergens in Your Yard this Fall

Ragweed pollen and lingering mold can create double the symptoms for some allergy sufferers while prepping their yards this fall in Central IL. Taking allergy medication long before heading into the yard can help suppress allergy symptoms. Allergists recommend taking medication two weeks before symptoms start, and continue well after the first frost. To help … Continue reading

Summer is Actually the Perfect Time to Think About Fall Allergies

It’s the end of July and you’re finally settled in to summer. The hammock is hung, you’ve worn a hole in the pool pass, and your barbecue technique is perfect. Cue sound of record scratching. Now you need to think about fall allergies? Yes – and although summer is actually the perfect time to think … Continue reading Summer is Ac

Sneezing Through the Summer: When a Cold Could be Allergies

We all know the feeling. We’re preparing to spend the weekend outside in the 80 degree weather when we suddenly fall victim to sneezing and a runny nose. A summer cold can damper any warm weather event. But in fact, these symptoms can be the sign of something more. Allergies affect 50 million Americans, and … Continue reading Sneezing Through

Four Things to Know About Improving Your Asthma

It’s easier than you think Peoria IL.   May is Asthma and Allergy Awareness month, and the first thing you need to know is that getting your asthma under control, while challenging, isn’t as hard as you may think. Asthma prevalence in the United States is at an all-time high, with 26 million people – including … Continue reading Four Things to Know About Improv

It’s a War on Pollen during Spring Allergy Season

Some Weapons Work Better than Others to Keep Your Suffering at Bay  Peoria IL – While many people eagerly anticipate spring to see the last of cold weather and snow drifts, others dread the sneezing, wheezing, itchy eyes and coughing spring allergies bring. They understand the arrival of pollen – whether counts are high or … Continue reading It’s a War on Pollen

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6615 N. Big Hollow Road Peoria, Illinois 61615

Ph: 309-691-5200

Fax: 309-691-5201

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Princeton Office

Perry Memorial Hospital 530 Park Avenue East, Suite 409 Princeton, Illinois

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Macomb Office

Medical Arts Building 527 E. Grant Street Macomb, Illinois
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Pekin Office

2355 Broadway Pekin, Illinois
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OSF Medical Group Building
(across from Parkview Golf Course)

Current Office Policy in light of Covid-19 Precautions

Now offering Telemedicine Appointments for Routine Follow ups.  Please call 309-691-5200

  • If you have a fever or other flu-like symptoms, call your PCP. We are unable to provide the necessary testing and treatment.
  • Only healthy patients are asked to come for their routine appointments
  • Routine allergy follow-up appointments can be seen or rescheduled at patient preference.
  • Asthma appointments should still be kept.
  • We are allowing allergy shot patients to wait in their cars (if they prefer) after injections as long as they have their Epipen or AuviQ and wait 30 minutes.

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