Fall means the start of the school year and also the start of allergy and flu season
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New Orleans, LA (Vocus) October 4, 2010
What if your child’s allergies could be controlled without injections? Or drugs that caused drowsiness? What if your child did not have to miss important days at school or skip vital opportunities to be active in P.E. or soccer because of asthma, earaches or sore throats? What if you could let your child enjoy social events like birthday parties, play dates and field trips without worrying about allergy triggers?
Don’t let allergies sideline your child. Dr. David Schneider, Louisiana’s leading allergy specialist can help your child lead a full and active life without potentially harmful medications. “Ragweed season is at its peak right now through the end of October, which can trigger asthma and allergy symptoms. Mold spore counts are elevated as well further exacerbating the problem. Flu shots are important now for the upcoming season as patients with asthma, bronchitis or heart disease are especially at high risk,” continued Schneider.
David Schneider, M.D. is the allergy and asthma specialist other physicians and specialists often turn to for help with their patients allergies. With over 20 years experience, Dr. Schneider is noted throughout the region for his expertise in pediatric allergies, asthma and sinus as well as treating adult patients. He is Board Certified by both the American Board of Pediatrics and the American Board of Allergy & Immunology. Schneider also conducts research studies and clinical trials to help advance prevention and treatment options. He has pioneered a unique Rush Immunotherapy approach that lessens overall treatment time and brings immediate symptomatic relief.
“Fall means the start of the school year and also the start of allergy and flu season,” says Dr. Schneider. “Allergies are the number one cause of chronic illness in children and a leading cause of absences from school. But exciting innovative research in this area has given us new ways to help manage allergies without the subjecting children to painful injections or medications intended for adults.”
A thorough medical practitioner who constantly researches and evaluates new medical discoveries in immunology and allergies, Dr. Schneider aims to keep allergy treatment as safe and manageable for children as possible without restricting their activities.
“Physical education and sports are a big part of life for school-age children. Having asthma does not mean eliminating these activities. Children with asthma and other allergic diseases should be able to participate in any sport with simple steps to prevent allergic reactions,” Dr. Schneider says.
The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology states,
- Allergies are common in children.
- Many childhood problems are made worse by allergies.
- Treatment of your child's allergies will make them happier and healthier.
Help your child enjoy a full happy childhood. Let Dr. David Schneider help you help your child by managing allergies with the most effective and most natural scientifically sound methods available today. Call Dr. Schneider’s Allergy, Asthma and Sinus Center for an appointment or more information. Dr. David L Schneider, a professional medical corporation, has offices in Metairie and Hammond, Louisiana.
New Orleans Office Address: 3225 Danny Park, Suite #100,New Orleans, LA 70002 504/889-0550
Hammond Office Address: David L Schneider APMC, Suite A, Hammond, LA 70403 985/429-1080
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