How long does the allergy test take?
The test takes approximately 30 minutes to administer and 15 minutes to register the results – so you don’t have to wait long to learn the possible cause of your allergies.
Who can be tested?
Adults and children over the age of two can be tested for allergies. This is especially helpful for patients who suffer with asthma, allergic pneumonia, conjunctivitis (pink eye), undiagnosed cough, dermatitis (skin irritation), insect allergy, rhinitis, sinusitis, urticaria (hives) and angioedema (similar to hives, but beneath the skin).
Which allergens will I be tested for?
You will be tested for the most frequent geographically-specific seasonal and perennial allergens in your area. These allergens include: dust mites, proteins from pet hair and dander, trees, grass, and weed pollens, molds and cockroach allergens. You will not be tested or treated for food or stinging insect-related allergies.
Are the allergy test and treatment covered by insurance?
Yes, most insurance plans cover the allergy test and treatment. Your insurance benefits will be verified prior to testing.
See what patients are saying about their allergy treatment
“Although I was a bit worried about starting the allergy treatment, I have been amazed with the results already.”
—Female patient from Georgia
“I haven't had a sinus infection since I started my treatment. It’s only been a couple of months and I feel great!”
—Female patient from New Jersey
“Allergies get in the way of fully enjoying many activities in my life. I’m looking forward to not having that impediment anymore.”
—Male patient from Colorado
For more information visit UnitedAllergyServices.com/faqs and click the patient tab.