Referrals - patients can only be seen with a referral from another physician. Unfortunately, we cannot accept walk-in patients. Please ask your doctor for a referral. Please be sure to bring your valid OHIP card to your appointment.
Patient Preparation - we ask that patients three days prior to their in-person appointment not take antihistamines and these would include medications such as Aerius, Allegra, Atarax, Benadryl, Blexten, Chlor-Tripolon, Claritin, Dymista (nasal spray), Reactine or Rupall. If however, antihistamines are being used to control severe urticaria and swelling, these patients should remain on their antihistamines prior to the clinic visit. All other medications should be continued prior to the in-person appointment. On the day of the appointment - no lotion or cream should be applied on forearms. Most patients will undergo skin prick testing. Please click here for our page with more details regarding the services we provide.
Handouts Available - dust mite protective measures, asthma action plans, urticaria, subcutaneous immunoglobulin information, food allergy information including peanut and nut allergy, fish and shellfish allergy, Oral Allergy Syndrome, information on EpiPen (epinephrine autoinjector) usage, information on antihistamines.