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- Staff wear mask during patient encounters;
- Patients wear mask in our offices;
- Thorough, specialized cleaning;
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- Reducing patient/visitors in waiting room. Check In for your appointment from the parking lot. Patients are expedited to a room for appointments.
- Taking temperature of ALL staff, visitors and patients before entering the office;
- Minimize high touch surface;
- Additional hepa filters throughout the offices;
- No magazines in waiting area;
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Our offices will be closed Monday, May 31, 2021 for Memorial Day. Additional Shot Hours in Camarillo Tuesday, June 1, 2021 from 3pm – 4:45pm. Extended Shot Hours in Thousand Oaks Friday, May 28, 2021 from 7am until 11:30am.
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One of the marvels of the human body is that it can defend itself against harmful invaders such as viruses or bacteria. In some people, the body reacts to harmless substances such as dust, mold or pollen by producing an antibody called immunoglobulin E (IgE). When patients with one of the allergic diseases (such as rhinitis or asthma) are exposed to these substances, the immune system then rallies its defenses, launching a host of complex chemical weapons to attack and destroy the supposed enemy. In the process, some unpleasant and, in extreme cases, life-threatening symptoms may be experienced.
Hundreds or even thousands of ordinary substances can trigger allergic reactions. These are called “allergens.” Among the most common are plant pollens, molds, household dust (dust mites), animal dander, industrial chemicals, foods, medicines and insect stings.
An allergic reaction may occur anywhere in the body, but usually appears in the skin, eyes, lining of the stomach, nose, sinuses, throat and lungs — places where special immune system cells are stationed to fight off invaders that are inhaled, swallowed or come in contact with the skin.
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Tip from Our Allergists
We want to help you help yourself.
It is our belief that the first line of defense against allergy is environmental control. Scientific studies over the last several years have shown which environmental control measures are effective and which are not. The advice given here is based on those studies. By following a simple plan, you can significantly decrease your exposure to allergy-causing substances, and significantly improve your health. In some cases, exposure can be eliminated or decreased to the point that no other treatment is necessary. In other cases exposure can be decreased only partially, making other types of treatment necessary. But even in those situations, less treatment will be required, and it will work better if you have first decreased exposure. If an individual is allergic to one or more substances, the sum total of exposures at a given time (the “total allergen load”) determines whether or not the person’s threshold has been reached and will cause symptoms.