Customer service is provided by a highly trained, professional staff who look after your comfort and care and are considerate of your time. Their focus is you....more
Customer service is provided by a highly trained, professional staff who look after your comfort and care and are considerate of your time. Their focus is you.
More about The Allergy Clinic (Dehradun)
The Allergy Clinic (Dehradun) is known for housing experienced Allergist/Immunologists. Dr. Vineet Kohli, a well-reputed Allergist/Immunologist, practices in Dehradun. Visit this medical health centre for Allergist/Immunologists recommended by 46 patients.
05:00 PM - 08:00 PM
11:00 AM - 02:00 PM
11 Kaulagarh Road, Near Hotel Ratan Palace
Kaulagarh Dehradun, Uttrakhand - 248001
Doctor in The Allergy Clinic (Dehradun)
MBBS, PhD (Clinical Immunology)
View All Services
Submit a review for The Allergy Clinic (Dehradun)Your feedback matters!
Patient Review Highlights
Oct 2, 2016
Dr did a very good check, was very polite and gave confidence hope my father get well soon. Thanks to dr kholi
View All Reviews
Asked for Female, 30 years
To whom should consult for nasal throat atmospheric allergy of 4 year old kid with chest congestion .an e n t specialist or child specialist.
Dear lybrate-user, for only symptomatic management of allergy you may consult any of the two specialists. However, for a more comprehensive evaluation and specific management, you should visit an Allergist (Allergy Specialist) in your area. The hypersensitivity reactions in the body (as seen in allergic disorders) have to be effectively managed, not only by avoiding exposure to the offending environmental agents (as identified by the Allergy Skin Prick Test) but also by instituting appropriate therapy for the optimum duration. This will prevent further complications of allergic rhinitis (like allergic sinusitis, recurrent middle-ear infections, allergic bronchitis, atopic asthma, etc.). In case your child is not getting relief or the symptoms have been recurrent or long standing, I suggest you to consult an Allergist for further evaluation and management. If required, you may schedule an online consultation with us.
Asked for female, 29 years old from Thane
We have done ige, and allergic testing for my son (3.2 years old) and found he is allergic to dust mites, oranges and mutton. He has never had oranges or mutton in his life. We have now started using dust proof covers on beds and pillows. Doc has put him on nukast 4 and momeflo. My question is he still has a runny nose for two days last weekend and it went on it's own. Again from last 2 days he has mild runny nose and sneezing. It is his regular allergy symptoms as I have seen before. I am afraid the symptoms don't worsen. Are the meds working? Any other allergy meds or precautions to be taken? We are avoiding cold food, coloured food items and sour items as told by doctor. Not going out of the house except in the car with ac off. He feels better when out in the sun though. Pls advice.
Dear lybrate-user, allergic symptoms usually respond very well to anti-allergic medication. The effect however has to be maintained over a period of time by continuing the medication well into the maintenance phase (as directed by your Allergist). The hypersensitivity reaction in the body has to be effectively managed, not only by avoiding exposure to the offending environmental agent (as identified by the Allergy Skin Prick Test) but also by instituting appropriate therapy for the optimum duration. This will prevent further complications of allergic rhinitis (like allergic sinusitis, recurrent middle-ear infections, atopic asthma, etc.). The fact that your son is not getting relief even while on regular medication, I suggest you to consult your treating Allergist for further advice or have a second opinion for the same. You may schedule an online consultation with us by calling Shradha visit one of our branches of 'THE ALLERGY CLINIC' located at Delhi, Noida, Greater Noida or Dehradun. All the best!
Asked for male, 19 years
You may get your allergy skin prick test: food panel done to know more about your sensitivity pattern.
View All Feed