Find the best allergy doctor in Seattle from the list below. Read real reviews and reach the most suitable allergist near you in Seattle easily. There are 42 allergy doctors in Seattle with an average rating of 5.0 stars.

Allergy is a reaction of our immune system response against any allergen. Our natural defense mechanism starts producing antibodies (IgE) against invaders. The overreaction of our immune system resultant allergic reaction. Therefore, allergy and immunological reactions are interlinked with each other. Immunotherapy prescribed by allergists or immunologists through the diagnosis of the allergen decreases the sensitivity reaction of the immune system against particular allergens. Allergists or immunologists are the medical professionals who have completed 4 years medical school degree with 3 years of hospital training after completion of the schooling and then join two or more years of specialized training in Allergy and Immunology at an accredited fellowship program.

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Archana K. Chandra

Swedish Center for Comprehensive Care - Allergy
515 Minor Avenue
Seattle, WA, 98104, USA

Allergy Immunology

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Arvin Mokha, MD


904 7th Ave
Seattle, WA, 98104, USA

Allergy Immunology

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Cara Wade, ARNP

Virginia Mason Hospital & Seattle Medical Center
1100 Ninth Avenue
Seattle, WA, 98101, USA

Allergy Immunology

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David Robinson, MD

Virginia Mason Hospital & Seattle Medical Center
1100 Ninth Avenue
Seattle, WA, 98101, USA

Allergy Immunology

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Ayars

Dr. Andrew Ayars

Association Of University Physicians
3752 Montlake Blvd Ne
Seattle, WA, 98195-0010, USA

Allergy Immunology, Internal Medicine

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Mokha

Dr. Arvinder Mokha

The Polyclinic
1145 Broadway
Seattle, WA, 98122-4201, USA

Allergy Immunology

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Jerath-Tatum

Dr. Ashley Jerath-Tatum

Northwest Asthma And Allergy Center
9725 3rd Ave Ne
Seattle, WA, 98115-2024, USA

Allergy Immunology

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Kourosh

Dr. Atoosa Kourosh


1100 9th Ave
Seattle, WA, 981012756, USA

Allergy Immunology

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Park

Dr. Audrey Park

Northwest Asthma And Allergy Center
9725 3rd Ave Ne
Seattle, WA, 98115-2024, USA

Allergy Immunology

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Davis

Dr. Benjamin Davis

Swedish Health Services
1101 Madison St
Seattle, WA, 98104-1321, USA

Allergy Immunology, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics Gynecology

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Petroni

Dr. Daniel Petroni

Northwest Asthma And Allergy Center
9725 3rd Ave Ne
Seattle, WA, 98115-2024, USA

Allergy Immunology

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Jeong

Dr. David Jeong

Virginia Mason Medical Center
4575 Sandpoint Way Ne
Seattle, WA, 98105-3999, USA

Allergy Immunology

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Patterson

Dr. David Patterson

Swedish Health Services
1101 Madison St
Seattle, WA, 98104-1321, USA

Allergy Immunology, Gastroenterology, Internal Medicine

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Robinson

Dr. David Robinson

Virginia Mason Medical Center
4575 Sandpoint Way Ne
Seattle, WA, 98105-3999, USA

Allergy Immunology

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Hsu

Dr. Florence Hsu

The Polyclinic
904 7th Ave
Seattle, WA, 98104-1132, USA

Allergy Immunology, Rheumatology

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Virant

Dr. Frank Virant

Northwest Asthma And Allergy Center
9725 3rd Ave Ne
Seattle, WA, 98115-2024, USA

Allergy Immunology

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Goodman

Dr. Gary Goodman

Swedish Health Services
1101 Madison St
Seattle, WA, 98104-1321, USA

Allergy Immunology, Hematology Oncology, Pediatrics

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Krouse

Dr. Howard Krouse

Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Of Washington
200 15th Ave E
Seattle, WA, 98112-5260, USA

Allergy Immunology, Internal Medicine

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Sprenger

Dr. Jay Sprenger


1959 Ne Pacific St
Seattle, WA, 981950001, USA

Allergy Immunology

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Welch

Dr. Jon Welch

Swedish Health Services
1101 Madison St
Seattle, WA, 98104-1321, USA

Allergy Immunology, Internal Medicine

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Schiffer

Dr. Joshua Schiffer

Association Of University Physicians
4060 E Stevens Way
Seattle, WA, 98195-4410, USA

Allergy Immunology, Infectious Disease

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Rampur

Dr. Lahari Rampur

Association Of University Physicians
1959 Ne Pacific St
Seattle, WA, 98195-0001, USA

Allergy Immunology, Internal Medicine

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Corey

Dr. Lawrence Corey

Association Of University Physicians
4060 E Stevens Way
Seattle, WA, 98195-4410, USA

Allergy Immunology

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Altman

Dr. Leonard Altman

Northwest Asthma And Allergy Center
9725 3rd Ave Ne
Seattle, WA, 98115-2024, USA

Allergy Immunology

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Peng

Dr. Marlene Peng

Swedish Health Services
1101 Madison St
Seattle, WA, 98104-1321, USA

Allergy Immunology, Pediatrics

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Treatment usually recommended by allergists or immunologists

Allergists or immunologists usually recommended immunotherapy to decrease the sensitivity reaction. But before prescribing specific allergen, allergy testing is necessary. The prescribed allergy shots or immunotherapy depend upon the test result obtained from the allergy test. It does not contain medication, but the aim of the prescribed immunotherapy build tolerance against the specific allergen/s. The accurate detection and referred immunotherapy provide long term relief after completion of the recommended dosing.

Common allergic disorders

Some common allergic disorders are hay fever or allergic rhinitis, eczema and another allergic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, urticaria, asthma, and food allergy. Allergic diseases can also be classified depending upon the nature of the allergen, the affected body part or symptoms like a food allergy. For example, food allergy is an allergen dependent allergy. Whereas allergic rhinitis occurs with a runny nose, asthma occurs due to allergen attacks lung.

FAQs about Allergist in Seattle

You can check the profile of Allergist in Seattle from list above, most of them are accepting new patients.

There are many website to look for Allergist reviews like Google, Facebook, HealthSoul.

The best way to find out is call the doctor office directly about insurance acceptance. Even one insurance may offer different products and coverage can be different for each individual. You can check the website of your insurance company if the Allergist chosen by you is in network or not.

There are a few things you must remember while visiting a Allergist in Seattle: Always bring a list of your current medications, a list of Doctors you visit, your medical history, your family’s medical history, and a list of questions you have about your condition.

Most Allergist in Seattle are available from 8am to 5pm in office and there is always somebody available 24/7 for emergencies. Please call the office to check the availability of a particular doctor.

There are many factors when considering best Allergist in Seattle. These included experience, education, certifications, Allergist reviews. Some of the best Allergist in Seattle can be seen from the list above based on the patient feedback.

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Allergy shots have the potentiality to provide long term symptomatic relief. This therapy differently works from regular intake of medications, as the shots act on the immune system and regulate immune response against the allergen. Thus, this therapy mitigates the underlying cause of the condition. If you administer allergy shots, then you need not take regular medications and also reduce the frequency of allergic attacks. Seasonal asthma patients are often benefitted by administering allergy shots.

Your general physician helps to guide you by determining the illness. He will refer you to allergist by finding any positive immunological issue. Based on the frequency of symptoms recommended allergy tests can confirm the type of allergy. A proper remedial treatment approach can control the condition.

Deciding on these is always tough since it's never easy to find a good allergist. The process is time taking and the final call should be taken after a lot of considerations such as how much experience does the allergist holds? Are they board certified in Allergy and Immunology? What do the patients have to say about their services? Are the treatment options effective? And how much they charge? However, you can do these and more to find out the best allergist near you and also request an appointment on HealthSoul.

Springtime or pollen season when flowers bloom is considered as the season of allergy. But another season like summer produces allergen like weed pollen and grass and autumn also considered as allergic season due to ragweed and mold allergies. In winter, the air of Southwest American countries like cedars has pollen, which causes allergy. Apart from these, dust mites, mold, cockroaches, and pet dander causing allergies are examples of perennial allergies, which can occur throughout the year. Some patients have the misconception that hay fever can occurs only during pollen season, but perennial hay fever can occur at any time on exposure to molds, dust mites or animal dander.

The list of allergen is specific for allergic patients. But most common allergens are pollen, dust mites, mold, spores of molds, cockroaches, animal dander, latex, etc. Some food items like milk, nuts (peanuts), eggs are very common food allergens. Some individuals also have medications like penicillin allergy.

Any foreign substance, which triggers the immune system to overreact is termed as allergens. Allergens are usually portentous substances like pollens, dust mite feces, molds, and many other natural and synthetic substances, etc. The immune system of the susceptible individual has mistakenly produced antibodies against the entrance of these harmless or least harmful substances by considering them as dangerous invaders. The attack of these foreign substances is referred to as allergens, and the symptoms are termed as an allergic reaction.

Allergist recommended the treatment depending upon the allergy test result finding. The commonly prescribed medications are mainly anti-inflammatory and steroidal medications. However, recently many allergic patients have chosen allergy shots to relieve from the repeated attack or avoid the side effect burden of regular medications or intolerability of the prescribed medications.

If you have previous experience of food allergic episodes, then take an appointment from a food allergist near you as soon as possible. He/She will suggest appropriate remedial management. However, in general, maintain a food intake diary and note down the ingredients which generate the symptoms like skin rash, skin itching, coughing, breathing difficulty, hives, lips swell up, abdominal pain, sudden fall of blood pressure, convulsions, loss of consciousness.

Allergy can occur at any age. Children often tend to develop a seasonal allergy, whereas some have a food allergy. Allergy testing is the best method to identify repeated illnesses, which can be done at any age. Allergy shots usually prescribed after the age of eight to handle needle phobia.

After arrival in the immunology department, a patient needs to fill up the patient information sheet, with details of medical history, current medication, family history, the reason for the visit to the allergist, etc. During the consultation, allergist evaluates the form along with analyzes the sign and symptoms. Then depending upon the patient complaint, order for an allergy test, blood test and lung function test if required. Depending upon the test report allergist suggest you the treatment and management of the allergic condition.

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