Allergies & Testing

img-Food-AllergiesThe incidence of food allergies has increased over the years. It is estimated that up to 20% of the population have adverse reactions to foods. Allergens can be ingested, inhaled or absorbed through the skin. From dairy products to gluten, animal dander and pollens; we are surrounded by substances to which we may be sensitive or allergic. Many problems or symptoms that have
been bothering you or your child may be due to hidden allergies. Examples are bloating, weight gain, constipation, pain, ADHD, headaches, fatigue, diarrhea, acne or rashes. If you or your child suffers from any of these symptoms, you should consider being tested for food and environmental allergies. Testing is simple: just a blood test done at our office. Although the test is simple to you, the laboratory uses state-of-the‚Äďart technology to measure levels of antibodies to the most common foods and spices. Armed with the information provided by these tests, Dr Freedman designs a specific treatment program to reduce or eliminate your symptoms