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Allergy Associates of Utah: Allergy Season Has Arrived

April 12, 2013

Increasing pollen counts mean increasing symptoms for allergy suffers along the Wasatch Front as the climate changes from winter to spring. Local pollen counts have shown an increasing number of Elm and Cottonwood tree pollen in the air.

Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) April 12, 2013

Doctors at Allergy Associates of Utah have seen an increase in patients suffering with allergy-related illnesses as spring pollens rise. As the temperature increases trees are usually the first to pollenate. The typical Utah allergy season starts with tree pollen as early as March, reaching peak counts in April. Patients with grass allergy may expect increased symptoms in May and June and then continue through the fall. Weed pollen rises in August and usually last until mid to late October depending on when the weather generates a cold, hard frost.

Allergy Associates of Utah has hired a new staff physician, Eric C. Chenworth, D.O. in order to expand their services. Dr. Chenworth is board certified in Allergy and Immunology and Internal Medicine. He completed his internship, residency and fellowship at Mayo Clinic. He has also served on the faculty at National Jewish Hospital in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Chenworth is trained and skilled in the areas of rhinoscopy, methacholine challenge (for asthma), aspirin desensitization, and cluster immunotherapy. He will be seeing patients at both the Murray and the West Jordan locations.

Dr. Charles M. Rogers, owner of Allergy Associates of Utah, has over 25 years of experience. He is certified by the American Board of Allergy and earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from The Medical College of Wisconsin. He has completed two years of advanced allergy training at The University of Colorado Medical Center in Denver, Colorado and The National Center of Immunology and Respiratory Medicine (National Jewish Hospital).

Dorian J. Carroll, P.A.-C. studied at Brigham Young University and completed his medical training at Philadelphia University. He has worked on several clinical research trials for emerging asthma and allergy related treatments.

Allergy Associates of Utah offers treatment plans and medications for a number of allergy-related illnesses including asthma, nasal and eye allergies, hives, eczema, insect allergy, food, and animal allergies. The state-of-the-art facility has two convenient locations in the Salt Lake City area with one clinic in Murray and one in West Jordan.

About Allergy Associates of Utah

Allergy Associates of Utah gives patients the benefits of all the latest breakthrough treatments available for those suffering with most types of allergies. No matter what the source of the patient´s allergic reaction, whether it is a food, medication, seasonal, or animal-related, the doctors at Allergy Associates of Utah can help.

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