At Fairfield County Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Associates, PC (FCAAIA), we believe educated patients are more in control of their asthma and/or allergies. Our goal is to help you get the best care possible. That's why we strive to share our knowledge and be accessible to you. We're here to help!

Our practice has been serving Fairfield County, CT for over 30 years. Our doctors are Diplomates of the American Board of allergy and Immunology. Adult and pediatric allergy, asthma and clinical immunology with offices in Norwalk, Greenwich, Stamford, and Ridgefield.

If you have an immediate emergency, please call 911 first.

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FLU SHOTS….FLU SHOTS…FLU SHOTS

Influenza vaccine (flu shots) are available in our Norwalk, Stamford, Greenwich and Ridgefield offices.

Please call to schedule an appointment for your flu shot.

We do not carry the “high dose” flu shots recommended for people 65 and older.


SPRING IS HERE!

Do you have spring time allergies? It is not too early to start treating your symptoms. By acting before you expect problems to start you can prevent your allergy symptoms. Call our office to schedule your appointment as soon as possible so that we can help you.


Does Your Child Have Summer Plans?

If he or she does, you ALREADY KNOW that program directors, camp owners, and anyone else responsible for your child will require medication authorization forms be filled out. Plan ahead! Please send them to us as soon as you can. Too many people wait until the last minute; we do the best we can but cannot promise immediate turn around!


PEDIATRIC FOOD ALLERGIES: PITFALLS IN CURRENT FOOD LABELING REGULATIONS

FCAAIA Notes: Food allergy has significant impact on quality of life for patients and their families.  I work hard to have my patients live entirely normal lives with the exception of avoiding the offending foods.  Be vigilant and diligent about reading labels and asking servers, but go out to eat.  Go to parties and ball games.  Enjoy all the social activities you would if you didn’t have food allergy.

While the Food and Drug Administration requires that food manufactures clearly identify the presence of common food allergens in the product on their labels (milk, egg, wheat soy, peanut, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, and sesame), many companies place various “disclaimers” on their labels.  Statements such as, “May contain….”, Processed on…..”, and “Packaged in….” have no legal definition Continue reading “PEDIATRIC FOOD ALLERGIES: PITFALLS IN CURRENT FOOD LABELING REGULATIONS”


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