Pediatric Allergy and Immunology

Patient Care

Is your child suffering from sneezing, runny nose or watery eyes? While these symptoms are often associated with the common cold, your child may actually be experiencing allergies. In this video, Dr. Mary Beth Hogan explains how to tell if your child has allergies. Dr. Hogan is a professor and board certified physician at the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine.

No parent wants their child to suffer needlessly from asthma, food allergies or other allergy related conditions. The allergists at the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine offer the latest treatments and are committed to helping your child get the relief they need. Our goal is to provide the very best individualized treatments for all pediatric patients; so don't wait - please see one of our specialists to stop the sneezing, itching and watery eyes today.

The allergists at the School of Medicine specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of asthma and allergy-related issues, including food allergies, seasonal allergies, pet allergies and chronic asthma. Our board-certified doctors are university-based, which means in addition to their expertise in pediatric allergy and immunology, they also draw from a full range of the most advanced diagnostic lab tests and imaging studies to help your child. Our specialists can perform a variety of allergy and breathing tests, analyze your symptoms and develop a treatment that will work for your child.

We are dedicated to helping your child improve their quality of life by working to prevent and control allergy, asthma or atopic dermatitis symptoms. Our allergy and immunology specialists will work with your child to develop the best possible treatment plan based on their individual needs and goals.

Make an Appointment

Please contact one of our care centers for more information or to make an appointment.