The Seasons and Allergies of Knoxville {Sponsored Post}

Are you moving to Knoxville? If so your biggest questions are most likely what are the best school districts, where should we live, and who are the best doctors.

Knoxville is known for our seasons. They yield beautiful views, a diverse range of temperatures, and a wide selection of complementary outdoor activities; but we’re also known for our allergic triggers. With the beauty and diversity of four seasons comes a wide range of allergens, including ragweed, mold, grasses and trees. These pollens can irritate allergic residents and visitors alike. With 30 percent of the population in the U.S. being allergic, chances are you’ll want to be sure you also consider finding a board certified allergist.

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The Allergy, Asthma and Sinus Center has been serving East Tennessee for the past 45 years, and all of our physicians are board certified in allergy. Our specialists are trained to deal with both adult and pediatric allergy, which includes diagnosing what’s triggering your allergies and determining the best treatment for you. Whether you find yourself or someone in your family suffers from nasal allergies, skin allergies or asthma, we have the board certified allergists to help you find relief, and with nearly a dozen locations in the Knoxville area, we’re convenient, too. Come see us. We can help!

ASCThis article was written by Dr. Robert M. Overholt (“Dr. Bob”). Below is a video with Dr. Bob explaining what allergies are, how they’re diagnosed, and how they’re treated.

 

 

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