Your Penn State Health primary care team plays a critical role in diagnosing and treating your allergies.

Allergies commonly occur during childhood, but they can develop at any age. It is time to make an appointment if you have developed asthma, a rash or hives, or food allergies. If you are experiencing symptoms that are not relieved by over-the-counter medications, call today to schedule an appointment at one of our convenient Family Medicine locations for help with your allergies.

Common Allergy Symptoms

Allergic reactions most often appear in the nose, eyes, lungs, sinuses, throat and skin. However, you can suffer an allergic reaction anywhere in your body.

Allergy symptoms may develop and worsen over time.

Chronic cough, head congestion, hives or having stomach trouble after eating are common indicators of allergic reactions. The Penn State Health care team provides the latest in research-driven care to Happy Valley. Call 814-235-2480 to make an appointment and get the help you need.

Spring tree allergies may be caused by oak, hickory, maple, cedar, mulberry, willow and ash pollen.

Summer grass allergies can be due to ryegrass, Bermuda, bent, timothy, brome, orchard and fescue grasses.

Fall weed allergies are often a reaction to ragweed, wormwood, pigweed and sagebrush.

Seasonal Allergies in Central Pennsylvania

The Penn State Health care team diagnoses allergies and creates a customized care plan to treat and prevent allergic reactions. According to the CDC, more than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies each year. Central Pennsylvania residents often find that this region can be particularly high in pollen, grass, tree and weed allergens.

Penn State Health Family Medicine
Call 814-235-2480 to schedule an appointment.

Penn State Health Family Medicine
Call 814-235-2480 to schedule an appointment.