Allergy Testing in Irving, TX

Are seasonal or year-round allergies making your life miserable? Both indoor and outdoor allergens can cause:

Living in Texas, we know that outdoor allergens, from majestic cottonwood trees to ubiquitous ragweed plants, can drive your allergies crazy. Grass, molds, mash elder, ceder, sagebrush, red berry, juniper, and pigweed are just a few of the outdoor Texas allergens.

Call or book an appointment online today to find out how Allergy Testing could help you.

Even if you’re a great housekeeper, indoor allergies to dust, mold, fabrics, dust mites, roaches, and pet dander can cause problems all year round.

Southwest Pain Management offers Environmental Allergy skin testing. We can check for allergies to 72 different indoor and outdoor allergens with results in only 15 minutes.

Our allergy testing procedure is painless, uses no needles, and is performed entirely on your back. It is covered by most insurances.

Southwest Pain Management has offices in Irving and Dallas. Our team is dedicated to accurately diagnosing and treating your allergies. We will uncover the causes of your allergy symptoms and help you with the most effective treatment.

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