Texas Allergy


Phone: (281)-886-7440
Email: info@texasallergygroup.com


Board Certified Adult and Pediatric Allergist and Immunologist

The providers at Texas Allergy Group are well-versed in the recognition and management of Allergic Inflammatory Diseases that encompass several organ systems. Control of organ inflammation and its subsequent complications is our goal.


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Allergy / Immunology Diseases and Conditions


At Texas Allergy, we specialize in relieving your suffering and misery from all sorts of allergies including pollen allergy, mold allergy, pet allergy, food allergy, skin allergy, insect allergy, asthma, hives and related conditions. We are also specialized in diagnosis and treatment of other diseases due to abnormal activation or suppression of the immune system. Below is the list of diseases and conditions we commonly see at our clinic.

1. Allergic Rhinitis & Conjunctivitis

It is a group of diseases that is also called hay fever. It presents itself through persistent  symptoms including runny nose, teary eyes, congestion, tiredness and often accompanied by itching. Read more

2. Pet Allergy

More than 60% of U.S. households have pets, of which, more than 160 million of these pets are cats and dogs. Many pet owners develop pet allergies but fortunately, giving up your pets for allergy control is not the only option. Read more

3. Sinusitis & Rhinosinusitis

When rhinitis or allergies are not treated early enough, it can progress to affect the adjacent sinuses causing constant headache, post nasal drip, sinus pressure and sinus pain. Read more

4. Nasal Polyps & Nasal Polyposis

Nasal polyps or nasal polyposis are outgrowth of naso-sinus tissues that are not painful and not cancerous but present a significant problem to both patients and their physicians. It often comes together with chronic rhinosinusitis and asthma. Read more

5. Asthma

6. Halitosis or Bad Breath

Asthma is a disease of the airways when it get inflamed. In the US, about 70-80% of asthmatics also have environmental allergies. Symptoms of asthma include coughs, shortness of breath, and wheezes. Read more

Halitosis (bad breath) in the mouth is usually due to sulfur containing gas released together with the breath in patients with chronic airway diseases as seen in asthma, sinusitis, allergies. Read more

7. Eczema & Contact Dermatitis

8. Acne and Acne-like Skin Inflammation

Those conditions are characterized by skin inflammation causing severe skin redness, itchiness and other complications leading to decrease quality of life. They are often related to or accompanied with allergies and asthma. Read more

Acne vulgaris is due to the infection and inflammation of hair follicles plugged with oil or sebum and dead skin cells. Currently underlying etiologies of this condition is not clear but our observation here show a drastic improvement of inflammation when dust mites allergy is controlled. Read more

9. Poison Ivy / Poison Oak

Poison ivy or poison oak occurs when the skin is in contact with this plant's oily resin found on the leaves, stems, or root causing contact dermatitis or skin inflammation. Read more

10. Anaphylaxis

Anaphylaxis is a serious, life-threatening systemic allergic reaction. It occurs within seconds to minutes after exposure to a substance that you have developed an allergy to. Read more

11. Food Allergy

Food is supposed to be harmless and is our nutrients. However, some individuals may develop allergic reactions to certain foods. It can range from a mild reaction like hives to severe cases  like anaphylaxis. Read more

12. Oral Allergy Syndrome

When you suffer from hay fever or allergic rhinitis, you may experience mouth and throat itchiness when you eat certain fruits. This is due to the similarities of the proteins of certain fruits to the pollens that confuses your immune system. Read more

13. Eosinophilic Disorders

Eosinophil is a type of white blood cell. When it infiltrates into certain organs, it causes inflammation and damage of that organ. Read more

14. Hives / Urticaria & Angioedema

Hives are red, swollen, and usually itchy skin bumps that come and go within a day, but then are replaced by new hive lesions at different sites. Hives are usually itchy. It may precede anapylaxis or associate with angioedema or face swelling if the hive lesions are on the facial area. Read more

15. Angioedema without Hives

Angioedema are skin swelling without hives that lasts for a few day and does not respond to antihistamine or steroid treatment. Angioedema can be hereditary, acquired or due to medications. Read more

16. Drug Allergy We sometimes develop allergic reactions to drugs that we have taken previously without problems. Reactions vary from hives to anaphylaxis, and to a more dangerous burn-like skin condition called Steven Johnson Syndrome. Read more
17. Insect Allergy

All of us would develop a local swelling or skin reaction at the bite site. Some, however develop a systemic allergic reaction to insect bite that can cause life-threatening anaphylaxis. Read more

18. Occupational Allergy & Asthma Workplace-related allergens may cause either allergic rhinitis, asthma, eczema or all three. Depending on causative allergens, and the impact of the job on patients' livelihood, treatments can vary. Read more
19. Sport and Allergies / Asthma Living free from allergy and asthma! Discover how running, summer jogging, skiing, mountain hiking and scuba diving might affect your diseases and how to be active while living with allergic diseases. Read more
20. Primary Immunodeficiency We can live with the environment because our immune system is strong and working well. If you experience frequent infections, or any serious bacterial infections, discuss it with your immunologist. Read more
21. Periodic Fever Syndrome

A rare autoimflammatory syndrome seen in children with recurrent periodic fever without obvious infection etiologies. Between fevers, patients do fine. Read more

22. Allergic Fungal Diseases

Different from invasive fungal infections, these noninvasive allergic fungal diseases cann be seen in some severe forms of chronic allergic rhinosinusitis or asthma. They present a challenge in diagnosis and treatment. Read more

23. Aspirin / NSAID Sensitivity Sensitivity to aspirin and NSAID is a form of Aspirin Exacerbated Respiratory Disease (AERD). It may cause long lasting and severe nasal polyps, chronic rhinosinusitis, and uncontrolled asthma. Treatment might require aspirin desensitization. Read more
24. Psoriasis or Eczema?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

Both are inflammatory skin diseases and present similarly with erythematous skin rashes. Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease that we can only control symptoms when there is a flare up. Eczema is a form of allergic inflammation, which would improve significantly with treatment of allergies. Most cases of skin rashes in the community are given a diagnosis of psoriasis likely due to the convenience of getting this diagnosis. Read more 

25. Eczema Herpeticum Eczema herpeticum is viral skin infection condition that usually due to Herpes simplex virus (HSV) on existing eczematous skin lesions. Read more
26. Vertigo, Tinnitus and Hearing Loss Allergic inflammation is very likely a systemic inflammatory process. Those allergies cells are constantly produced from the bone marrow in billions and are constantly migrated to different parts of the body. As such, overtime, inflammation might involve the middle and inner ears causing loss of functions resulting in vertico, tinnitus and hearing loss. Read more. 


27. Anxiety and Panic Attacks                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

Anxiety, palpitation, and unable to focus. Are those psychiatric disorders or because you have problems breathing?

Are you suffering from anxiety? Do you experience random chest tightness, palpitations, and dizziness? Are you able to focus well at school or work? Are those symptoms getting worse overtime? Do you need to be medicated with anxiety or ADHD medications to block out those feelings so you can carry on with your daily activities? Read more




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