New Braunfels, TX Allergy Center

  • Do you have itchy watery eyes?
  • Are you constantly sneezing?
  • Do you have a runny nose?
  • Do you get frequent headaches?
  • Have you noticed a strange skin reaction or irritation to certain plants or animal fur?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions then it’s time to come in and get an Allergy test!


Our Process

When you come into the office we will work with the patient and provide:

  • Education regarding allergic disease process
  • Identification of specific allergy triggers
  • Elimination and avoidance of allergens

The first most basic treatment step, once an allergen has been identified, is to eliminate or avoid contact with it, if possible. Unfortunately, avoiding some allergens (such as dust, molds, and animals) is often difficult and thus allergen avoidance alone may not be effective.

  • Medical treatments (for allergies)

Medications can frequently control allergy symptoms. These may include antihistamines, decongestants, prescription nasal sprays, leukotriene inhibitors and other types of products.

  • Steroid injections for severe flare-ups

Allergy shots or drops to desensitize the patient

Dawn Garza

Dawn is the allergy nurse at Hill Country Ear, Nose and Throat. She is a Registered Nurse and an allied health member of the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy. Dawn has completed advanced post-graduate courses in allergic diseases and allergy testing. She assists in:

  • Determining which allergy tests are indicated for you
  • Answering all questions regarding the allergy test results
  • Administering specific treatments including environmental control, allergy medications, allergy shots and allergy drops

Dawn also has experience with facial aesthetics, such as fillers and chemical peels

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