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.

ALERTS

Offices closed for the 2018 Christmas Holiday

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All offices will close at 12:00 noon on Friday 12/21, They will be closed all day Monday 12/24 & all day Tuesday 12/25. The offices will resume their regular schedules on Weds. 12/26. Happy Holidays!

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Influenza vaccine (flu shots) will be available in the Norwalk, Stamford, and Greenwich offices on MONDAY, OCTOBER 1.

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.

FCAAIA NEWS

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NIAID RELEASED FIRST GUIDELINES FOR MANAGING FOOD ALLERGIES

FCAAIA Notes: The diagnosis of food allergy goes far beyond a simple blood test or skin test. Test results must always be interpreted in the context of the patient’s individual history. Tests for food are usually not “black and white.” Many practitioners do tests for allergy that are proven to have no diagnostic validity whatsoever. A good source of information as to what tests for are proven useful is http://www.quackwatch.org/. This web site has numerous well-written and well-referenced articles about many aspects of health. Continue reading “NIAID RELEASED FIRST GUIDELINES FOR MANAGING FOOD ALLERGIES”


DOCS GET GUIDE FOR ID’ING FOOD ALLERGIES

FCAAIA Notes: The diagnosis of food allergy goes far beyond a simple blood test or skin test. Test results must always be interpreted in the context of the patient’s individual history. Tests for food are usually not “black and white.” Many practitioners do tests for allergy that are proven to have no diagnostic validity whatsoever. A good source of nformation as to what tests for are proven useful is http://www.quackwatch.org/. This web site has numerous well-written and well-referenced articles about many aspects of health. Continue reading “DOCS GET GUIDE FOR ID’ING FOOD ALLERGIES”


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