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Welcome to Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Associates of Central Florida

Since 1989, Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Associates of Central Florida's philosophy emphasizes delivery of quality healthcare, patient education and effective management of asthma, hayfever and other allergic conditions. With three convenient locations – Winter Park, Altamonte Springs, and Orlando – we are ready to help! Our providers Steven Rosenberg, MD, Carlos Jacinto, MD, Harleen "Leena" Anderson, MD, offer modern treatments in a friendly environment and our staff will work with your insurance.

 

Allergy Testing

One of the most common methods is the prick test. This test involves placing a small amount of suspected allergy-causing substances on the skin...

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Asthma

long-term control is the key to preventing asthma attacks. Treatment usually involves learning to recognize your triggers and taking steps to avoid them...

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Flu Shots

The Influenza vaccine, also known as a flu shot, is an annual vaccine to protect against the highly variable influenza virus...

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If You Have Been Stung By A Bee:

  • Bee stings are harmless for most people.

    The normal reaction to a bee sting is a bit of temporary pain at the location of the sting, some itching and some swelling. Some parts of the body are more sensitive than others and swelling is most noticeable on the face.

  • The allergic reaction to an insect sting varies from person to person.

    Symptoms of an allergic reaction can include itching, hives, flushing of the skin, tingling or itching inside the mouth, and nausea or vomiting. The most serious symptoms include difficulty breathing or swallowing, hoarseness, swelling of the tongue, dizziness, and fainting. These types of reactions usually occur within minutes of the sting but have been known to be delayed for up to 24 hours.

  • If the victim is allergic to bee stings...

    The victim must be treated to prevent shock. If you have been stung by a bee and are experiencing some ofthe more serious symptoms listed above, get medical care immediately.