COVID-19 Office Protocols for Unvaccinated and Vaccinated Patients –     please read our safety measures and protocols here to ensure the health and    safety of our patients, staff and community. Thank you!  

      Telehealth Visits for New and Established Patients (must be a Pennsylvania resident)! Note: Individuals with an HMO insurance MUST have a referral from their Primary Care Provider prior to a telehealth visit.

                                                                                                                                       

 If you are having difficulties with our patient portal, please e-mail help@healow.com  

  

Are you ready to Quit Smoking or Vaping? We Can Help.

Rates of smoking and vaping have increased during the Covid pandemic. Quitting either habit is challenging, but there are cessation methods, and we are here to help. While most adults are aware of the general benefits of stopping tobacco and nicotine use, few realize how quickly the body works to heal. Benefits of Quitting Within minutes of quitting the heart

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Tips for Surviving Allergy Season

As another pandemic spring arrives, there may be another reason to keep wearing those masks: seasonal allergies. According to the New York Times, “studies show masks also can be effective at filtering common allergens, which typically float around in much larger sizes, making them easier to block. Pine tree pollen, for example, is about 800 times larger than the coronavirus, said

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When should I take my child to see a Pediatric ENT Specialist?

When your child isn’t feeling well it can be challenging; they’re cranky and you’re cranky. You’ve taken them to the pediatrician several times in the past few months, for the same symptoms, and they are repeatedly diagnosed with the same illness; an ear infection, strep throat, tonsillitis, etc. When this happens, it’s time to consult with a Pediatric ENT Specialist

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Who needs an Allergy Test?

ALLERGY TESTS If you’ve tried over-the-counter medications for allergy symptoms, such as sneezing, postnasal drip, coughing, hives, itching, a skin rash, etc. and they haven’t helped… it may be time to get an allergy test. Information from allergy tests may help your doctor develop an allergy treatment plan that includes allergen avoidance, medications or allergy shots or drops (immunotherapy). Allergy

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COVID-19 Vaccine Safety

As part of our commitment to keeping you safe and informed, we want to take this time to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine and the reports about anaphylaxis following the injection. There is limited data about the reactions to the COVID-19 vaccine, however, we know that allergic reactions to vaccines, in general, are rare. Although anaphylactic reaction to the COVID-19 vaccine is gaining attention,

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COVID-19 Vaccine Update – Official Statement from The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology

Numerous media stories this morning are reporting that health officials in the United Kingdom have advised that people with a history of significant allergic reactions should not be given the new Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine for COVID-19. This comes after two National Health Service workers reported an anaphylactic reaction after receiving the vaccine yesterday. Both of these patients had a history of

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Individuals who are NOT FULLY VACCINATED AGAINST COVID-19 MUST call the office to schedule an appointment 610.495.1100

FULLY VACCINATED individuals may schedule an appointment here.

We are not scheduling COVID-19 Vaccine appointments.