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Dear Wasatch Allergy and Asthma community:

 

In order to continue to serve our patients, we have remained open during the pandemic. We recognize that many of our patients suffer from conditions that place them at higher risk of difficulty and complications from viral respiratory infections. Maintaining good control of underlying diseases may help lessen that risk. Moreover, we are now well into the Spring pollen season. This is a difficult pollen season for many people. We continue to welcome new and existing patients to call to schedule an appointment. Both our Salt Lake City and Riverton offices open. Please feel free to call or come in to schedule an appointment. We remain committed to providing allergy, asthma and immunology care for our community.

ABOUT WASATCH ALLERGY 

Wasatch Allergy and Asthma is a specialty medical practice with offices in Salt Lake City and Riverton, Utah. Respected allergist Eric Chenworth, DO, leads the highly trained and compassionate team at Wasatch Allergy and Asthma. They routinely diagnose and treat allergies, asthma, and related conditions using the latest medical knowledge and technology.

Utah is a picturesque state that benefits from a diverse ecology, and residents can enjoy numerous outdoor activities and recreational opportunities. However, many people suffer from allergy problems in Utah and the surrounding areas. In fact, there are more men, women, and children in Utah with allergies and asthma than most other parts of the United States. This is partly due to residents experiencing similar levels of pollen exposure as people in other areas of the country combined with the more unusual pollens present in the Intermountain West, such as sagebrush and juniper.

Additionally, air quality on the Wasatch front is less than optimal throughout much of the year. Poor air quality contributes to both allergy and asthma problems, as well as causing other health issues. Poor air quality is likely to worsen the inflammatory effects of pollen exposure and lead to increasing numbers of patients with asthma, chronic sinus problems, nasal conditions, and eye allergy issues.

The team members at Wasatch Allergy and Asthma have unrivaled expertise in providing accurate diagnosis and a range of treatments for patients. They use therapies like immunotherapy (allergy shots), rescue inhalers, inhaled and oral steroids, and other medications, and provide practical help to improve your quality of life. Conditions the team specializes in include allergies to pets, chronic sinusitis, insect allergies, food allergies, seasonal allergies, eczema, hives, and anaphylaxis.

If you have allergies or asthma, or your child does, call Wasatch Allergy and Asthma today or book an appointment using the online booking tool.

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ABOUT WASATCH ALLERGY 

Wasatch Allergy and Asthma is a specialty medical practice with offices in Salt Lake City and Riverton, Utah. Respected allergist Eric Chenworth, DO, leads the highly trained and compassionate team at Wasatch Allergy and Asthma. They routinely diagnose and treat allergies, asthma, and related conditions using the latest medical knowledge and technology.

Utah is a picturesque state that benefits from a diverse ecology, and residents can enjoy numerous outdoor activities and recreational opportunities. However, many people suffer from allergy problems in Utah and the surrounding areas. In fact, there are more men, women, and children in Utah with allergies and asthma than most other parts of the United States. This is partly due to residents experiencing similar levels of pollen exposure as people in other areas of the country combined with the more unusual pollens present in the Intermountain West, such as sagebrush and juniper.

Additionally, air quality on the Wasatch front is less than optimal throughout much of the year. Poor air quality contributes to both allergy and asthma problems, as well as causing other health issues. Poor air quality is likely to worsen the inflammatory effects of pollen exposure and lead to increasing numbers of patients with asthma, chronic sinus problems, nasal conditions, and eye allergy issues.

The team members at Wasatch Allergy and Asthma have unrivaled expertise in providing accurate diagnosis and a range of treatments for patients. They use therapies like immunotherapy (allergy shots), rescue inhalers, inhaled and oral steroids, and other medications, and provide practical help to improve your quality of life. Conditions the team specializes in include allergies to pets, chronic sinusitis, insect allergies, food allergies, seasonal allergies, eczema, hives, and anaphylaxis.

If you have allergies or asthma, or your child does, call Wasatch Allergy and Asthma today or book an appointment using the online booking tool.


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*This list reflects only some of the insurance plans we accept, if you do not see your plan listed, please call us at 385-290-1289

AARP
AETNA Better Health
Altius (Coventry Health Care)
Beech Street
Cigna
DMBA
EMI Health
GEHA
Humana
Medicaid
Molina
Molina Medicaid
PEHP
Select Health
Tricare
United Health Care

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