Primary Care Physicians Can Order Wholesale Allergen Extracts

Though allergy treatment used to be the domain of allergists alone, many primary care physicians are now offering allergy treatment. People appreciate the chance to see a doctor they know and trust rather than being referred out, and primary care physicians appreciate the chance to maintain continuity of care by testing and treating the patient.

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Primary care physicians can order wholesale allergen extracts for their clinic or they can rely on a turnkey allergy treatment program to provide them with an allergy test kit and allergy treatment extracts. Many physicians are opting to prescribe sublingual allergy immunotherapy, which allows patients to take their allergy serum as drops under the tongue. The oral allergy drops are safer than shots so they can be administered at home. Patients love the convenience of sublingual drops. Doctors gain extra time by not having to devote staff members to administering the injections.

Physicians can order allergy serum for patients through a compounding pharmacy, or they can order wholesale allergen extracts and compound the serum in their own office. The serum can be taken daily as drops under the tongue.

The AllergyEasy program helps doctors prescribe or compound drops that contain traces of dozens of the most common allergen extracts. Where many shot or drop alternatives just treat for a small selection of local pollens, the AllergyEasy program covers most major allergens from around the country. That means that wherever patients travel or whatever new pollens come into a patient’s environment, they can still maintain their protection against allergens.

About The Author

Stuart H. Agren, M.D.

Stuart H. Agren, M.D. completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Utah and went on to earn his Doctor of Medicine from Tulane University School of Medicine in 1974. He completed additional training at L.D.S. Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah and then established his private medical practice starting in 1975. Dr. Agren completed a mini-residency in Industrial Medicine at the Robert Johnson School of Medicine at Rutgers University and also completed training to become a certified Medical Review Officer.

Dr. Agren was the Medical Director at TRW and McDonnell Douglas in Mesa, Arizona and at Stauffer Chemical and Kennecott Copper in Salt Lake City, Utah. He also served as an adjunct faculty member at Arizona State University.

In his private medical practice, Dr. Agren specialized in family practice and allergy. In his work as a private practice allergist, he was one of the first doctors in the country to prescribe sublingual immunotherapy to his patients as an alternative to subcutaneous immunotherapy (allergy shots). He has also been a trailblazer in the field of food allergy treatment and research, developing a program to treat multiple food allergies simultaneously using sublingual immunotherapy. Dr. Agren has been featured on local CBS, NBC, and ABC news affiliates and won the peer-nominated “Top Doc” award from Phoenix Magazine.

After 20 years in private practice, Dr. Agren became the Founder and President of AllergyEasy, which helps primary care physicians around the country offer allergy testing and sublingual immunotherapy treatment to their patients. Over 200 physicians in over 32 states use the AllergyEasy program to help their patients overcome environmental and food allergies and asthma.