San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) November 12, 2013
For many, over-the-counter allergy medications simply do not work, which is why TPC Family Medicine now provides testing of the skin in order to determine what exactly is causing one's sneezing, congestion and itchy, watery eyes. Skin tests are conducted by applying small samples of allergen to one's skin, then several days later, a delayed reaction might be present that will help the doctor determine the type of allergy present. It's a very safe and generally painless test and can be done on kids with allergies as early as 1 year of age.
"We're happy to be offering allergy testing for our patients. San Antonio's high pollen count can be brutal sometimes, but in a few instances, I'll test someone who thinks they are allergic to this pollen, but it turns out that they are allergic to something else entirely," says Certified Physician Assistant, Chris Montoya. "This skin test will let us know exactly which allergens are affecting you."
For more information about TPC Family Medicine's services, go to http://www.tpcfamilymedicine.com or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/TPCFamilyMedicine. TPC Family Medicine can be reached at 210-240-4854.
About TPC Family Medicine
TPC Family Medicine is a primary and urgent care clinic that handles general wellness, acute/chronic illnesses, disease management, vaccinations, thyroid problems and much more. It also offers on-site concierge medical services, weight loss management and testosterone therapy. TPC Family Medicine is located at 3107 TPC Parkway, Ste. #102, San Antonio, TX 78259 on the corner of TPC Parkway and Bulverde Road.
Owner Chris Montoya is a Physician Assistant Certified with a Family Medicine background and many years of experience in Emergency Medicine. Chris recently retired from 20 years of service with the Army. He has served several tours in Iraq and earned two Bronze Stars and a Purple Heart; he goes where he is needed, when he is needed - regardless of the environment.
Chris is passionate about medicine and taking care of people, not only during an 8 am to 5 pm shift, but when anyone needs medical care. He offers 24/7 phone and email access and promises same-day or next-day availability.