Immune Diseases and Children's Allergies we Treat


Anaphylaxis is an acute life threatening allergic reaction with symptoms from many body systems. Learn More About Anaphylaxis Here


Angioedema is another term for swelling. Learn More About Angioedema Here

Animal Allergy

An allergy is when your body’s immune system overreacts to things that are normally considered harmless. Some people have an allergic reaction to the dander (skin flakes), saliva or urine of an animal, which is known as an animal allergy. Learn More About Animal Allergy Here

Antibody Deficiency Disorders

Antibodies are the components of your body’s adaptive immune system that fight infections or prevent infections from occurring. When the body does not produce enough antibodies, this is known as an antibody deficiency disorder. Learn More About Antibody Deficiency Disorders Here


Asthma is a breathing disorder that involves the airways becoming inflamed. Learn More About Asthma Here

Common Variable Immunodeficiency

Common variable immunodeficiency is a disorder that affects the ability of the immune system to fight off foreign invaders and infections due to a lack of sufficient antibodies. Learn More About Common Variable Immunodeficiency Here

Contact Dermatitis

Contact dermatitis is a skin rash that occurs due to contact with something that irritated inflammatory response in the skin. Learn More About Contact Dermatitis Here

Drug Allergies

A drug allergy is when a previously sensitized child’s is given a drug/medication which he/she has an abnormal response to. Learn More About Drug Allergies Here

Dust Mite Allergies

Dust mites are microscopic insects that eat shed human skin cells. When people experience an allergic reaction to exposure to these tiny bugs, it is known as a dust mite allergy. Learn More About Dust Mite Allergies Here


Eczema is a chronic skin condition, characterized by one or more areas, of itchy, red, dry thickened skin patches. Learn More About Eczema Here

Environmental Allergies

Environmental allergies are when the immune system overreacts to things normally considered harmless in the environment like pollens, dust mite, animals, and molds. Learn More About Environmental Allergies Here

Food Allergies

Food allergies are when a person develops allergy antibodies (IgE antibodies) to a protein in a food, and when exposed to this protein it causes an allergic reaction. Learn More About Food Allergies Here

Food Protein Induced Proctocolitis of Infancy

This is when an infant, typically between 2-8 weeks of age pass bloody, mucusy stools. Learn More About Food Protein Induced Proctocolitis of Infancy Here

Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome

Food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome occurs in a small percentage of infants after ingestion of an offending food, causing repetitive vomiting sometimes with diarrhea leading to dehydration and possibly shock. Learn More About Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome Here

Hay Fever

Please see Rhinitis for further information.

Henoch-Schonlein Purpura

Henoch-Schonlein purpura is a common inflammation and bleeding of the small blood vessels of the skin, mucous membranes, joints, intestines and kidneys in children between 2-6 years of age. Learn More About Henoch-Schonlein Purpura Here


These are itchy red bumps on the skin that look like mosquito bites. They come and go and do not leave any mark behind. Learn More About Hives Here

IgE-Mediated Food Allergies

IgE type of food allergy refers to a specific type of abnormal immediate-type hypersensitivity immune inflammatory reaction, usually to a protein in a food. Learn More About IgE-Mediated Food Allergies Here

Immune Deficiency Syndromes

Immune deficiency syndrome refers to a broad range of medical disorders that prevent your body from protecting itself from illnesses such as viruses and bacteria. There are a number of different types of congenital and acquired immune deficiency syndromes that can impact the body in a variety of ways. Learn More About Immune Deficiency Syndromes Here

Innate Immunity Disorders

Primary immunodeficiency diseases are those where the body’s immune system is missing or does not function properly. They can be divided into those involving the innate and adaptive systems. Learn More About Innate Immunity Disorders Here

Latex Allergy

Latex is a rubber derivative that is found in gloves, balloons, condoms, rubber bands, erasers, toys, and many forms of medical equipment such as tubing. When the body’s immune system has an allergic reaction to latex, this is known as a latex allergy. Learn More About Latex Allergy Here

Milk Allergy

Milk allergy occurs when your child’s body’s immune system (identifies certain cows milk proteins contained in many dairy products, as harmful, triggering an abnormal bodily overreaction. Learn More About Milk Allergy Here

Mold Allergy

When a child’s body overreacts to a substance that’s normally harmless like mold spores, it’s called mold allergy. Learn More About Mold Allergy Here

NEMO Syndrome

NEMO syndrome is a rare genetic disease that impacts the immune system that predisposes the patient to frequent and serious infections, it also causes problems related to the skin, as well as the lungs, stomach and urinary tract in some instances. Learn More About NEMO Syndrome Here

NK Cell Disorders

Natural killer, or NK cells are white blood (lymphocytes) cells which play an important role in the body’s immune system. They are part of a body’s mechanisms to control the spread of infection, destroy abnormal cells which develop in the body (like cancer cells), and when they function abnormally, they participate in the development of autoimmune diseases (where the body mistakenly attacks its own normal cells). Learn More About NK Cell Disorders Here

Oral Allergy Syndrome

Oral allergy syndrome is a type of food allergy where the allergic reaction only affects the lips, mouth and throat. Learn More About Oral Allergy Syndrome Here

Peanut Allergy

Peanut allergy is one of the most common food allergies found among children, exposure to even a tiny amount of peanuts can cause potentially severe and life-threatening symptoms for children with peanut allergy. Learn More About Peanut Allergy Here

Pollen Allergy

Pollen allergy is the common name for allergic reactions caused by exposure to a variety of particles like pollen, dust mites, animal fur, mold, etc. It may occur seasonally or all year round. Learn More About Pollen Allergy Here


Allergic rhinitis usually presents in early childhood as an inflammatory reaction in the eyes, nose and throat caused by the body’s response to an allergen (grass, weed pollen, pet dander, dust mites, mold, etc). Learn More About Rhinitis Here

Severe Combined Immune Deficiency

Severe combined immune deficiency is a rare genetic birth defect that doesn’t allow the body to develop an immune system, which fights all types of infections. Learn More About Severe Combined Immune Deficiency Here

Shellfish Allergy

Shellfish allergy is when you have an allergic reaction to crab, lobster, shrimp, oysters, scallops, clams, or other shellfish. Learn More About Shellfish Allergy Here

Soy Allergy

If a person has an allergic reaction after ingestion of soy protein, this is known as a soy allergy. Learn More About Soy Allergy Here

Venom Allergies

When the body produces an immune system overreaction in response to venom entering the body, this is known as a venom allergy. Learn More About Venom Allergies Here

Wheat Allergy

If a person has an allergic reaction to wheat, or gluten, this is known as wheat allergy. Learn More About Wheat Allergy Here

Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome

Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome is a genetic disorder that affects the immune system and the blood coagulation system. Learn More About Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome Here