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Office Hours

 

Monday: 9 - 6

 

Tuesday: 9 - 5

 

Wednesday: Closed

 

Thursday: 10 - 7

 

Friday: 9 - 5

 

Closed for lunch each business day from

12 to 1 p.m.

 

Patients taking

allergy shots

who come close to closing should be here no later than

15 minutes before lunch or the end of the day when we close.

 

Office Numbers:

 

Tel: 248.651.0606

 

Fax: 248.651.5335

 

 

Hospitals Affiliated with:

 

Beaumont, Troy

 

Crittenton

 

Mercy St. Joseph's

 

 

*New Patients Welcome

 

*Same Day Appointments

 

*Most Insurances Accepted

 

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Allergy Avoidance Counseling

 

Avoidance counseling is the mainstay in treating allergies. We counsel our patients about how to avoid exposure to house dust, mites, mold, animal dander, pollens, as well as drugs and foods they are allergic to.

 

Advice for Allergy Avoidance

 

House Dust Mites:

 

--Encase the mattress and the pillow in an allergy-impermeable cover.

--Reduce indoor humidity to less than 50 percent.

--In children's beds, minimize the number of stuffed toys and blankets.

--Use air-cleaning devices, such as HEPA and electronic precipitating filters.

--Have air ducts cleaned.

--Remove carpets and use hardwood or linoleum floors in bedrooms.

--Use a pollen mask when vacuuming.

 

Animals:

 

--Keep animals out of the house or at least out of the patient's bedroom.

--Bathe animals at least once a week.

 

Molds:

 

--Use a dehumidifier to keep humidity at 50 percent or less.

--Avoid cutting the lawn, raking leaves, taking hay rides, and playing in sandboxes.

--Prevent water accumulation in basements and in bathrooms.

 

Pollen:

 

--Stay indoors shortly after sunrise and before sunset. Use air conditioning in the house.

--Use (sun)glasses when driving a car, riding a bike or motorcycle.

--Use a pollen mask when cutting the lawn.

 

Feather:

 

--Avoid feather pillows and blankets, as well as feather-containing garments.

--Avoid exposure to birds.

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Allergy and Asthma Center of Rochester

1135 West University Dr. #135

Rochester, Michigan 48307

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