Quality Allergy Services

Providing expert care in allergy medicine to rural Nebraska

Attention allergy sufferers: long-term allergy relief is possible! Quality Healthcare Clinic has partnered with United Allergy to help you with all your allergy-related problems. Our onsite allergy clinic makes it convenient to get tested, get treated, and get to feeling better! The first step in taking control of your allergies is conducting an allergy test. 

Why United Allergy? 

We are all familiar with the typical allergy symptoms: sniffling, sneezing, congestion, itchy eyes, sore throat… but did you know that allergies can also be the culprit behind fatigue, trouble focusing, depression, memory problems, slowed thinking, ear infections, and dark circles/puffiness under the eyes?

Since its founding in 2009, United Allergy has conducted more than 575,000 allergy tests and served over 350,000 patients with over 36 million immunotherapy treatments administered. 

After Treatment 

 

 

  • 95% of patients had improved allergic rhinitis scores
  • 82% of patients reported diminished use of medications
  • 86% would recommend allergy testing and immunotherapy to friends and family
  • 82% feel comfortable administering immunotherapy injections
  • 85% of people treated with immunotherapy for hay fever may achieve symptom relief within the first year 
  • After 3-5 years of complete immunotherapy treatment, most patients experience little or no allergy symptoms

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does an allergy test take?

Your allergy test appointment will take approximately 30-60 minutes. Once the test has been administered it takes about 15 minutes for positive results to appear.

Who can be tested?

Children over the age of two can be tested in our allergy center. This is an especially helpful diagnostic tool for patients who suffer with allergic asthma, allergic bronchitis, allergic conjunctivitis, chronic cough, atopic dermatitis, insect allergy, allergic rhinitis, sinusitis, urticaria (hives) and angioedema (swelling that affects deeper layers of the skin).

Which allergens will I be tested for?

You will be tested for 48 allergens specific to our geographical location, both seasonal and perennial. We test for trees, grasses, weeds, animals and insects. We do not test for food or stinging insect-related allergies.

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.

How is an allergy test performed?

The gold standard of allergy testing, the Skin Pick Test, is non-invasive and not painful. The testing device gently abrades the skin’s surface with the allergens being tested for, results develop in about 15 minutes. A positive test will appear as a raised, red bump on the skin, similar to a mosquito bite.

Is immunotherapy effective for children?

Yes, in addition to being 85% – 95% effective, allergen immunotherapy has been shown to prevent the development of allergic asthma.

Want to learn more about allergies? Then just click on one of the frequently asked questions below.

How long does an allergy test take?

Your allergy test appointment will take approximately 30-60 minutes. Once the test has been administered it takes about 15 minutes for positive results to appear.

Who can be tested?

Children over the age of two can be tested in our allergy center. This is an especially helpful diagnostic tool for patients who suffer with allergic asthma, allergic bronchitis, allergic conjunctivitis, chronic cough, atopic dermatitis, insect allergy, allergic rhinitis, sinusitis, urticaria (hives) and angioedema (swelling that affects deeper layers of the skin).

 

Which allergens will I be tested for?

You will be tested for 48 allergens specific to our geographical location, both seasonal and perennial. We test for trees, grasses, weeds, animals and insects.
We do not test for food or stinging insect-related allergies.

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.

 

How is an allergy test performed?

The gold standard of allergy testing, the Skin Pick Test, is non-invasive and not painful.  The testing device gently abrades the skin’s surface with the allergens being tested for, results develop in about 15 minutes.  A positive test will appear as a raised, red bump on the skin, similar to a mosquito bite.

 

Is immunotherapy effective for children?

Yes, in addition to being 85% – 95% effective, allergen immunotherapy has been shown to prevent the development of allergic asthma.

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