A one-stop destination for all asthma concerns

When to see a specialist

Treating asthma helps you avoid long-term damage to your lungs. You should see a specialist if you experience:

Shortness of breath

Chest tightness or pain

Chronic coughing or wheezing

Trouble sleeping due to symptoms

You may want to see an allergist for asthma treatment. There could be an underlying allergy that exacerbates your asthma.

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What does asthma look like?

Our team will develop a custom plan based on the type of asthma you are experiencing.

Seasonal asthma – triggered by allergic reactions to allergens such as trees, grasses, or weeds.

Allergic asthma – triggered by allergic reactions to allergens such as pet dander, dust or dust mites, mold, or pollen.

Non-allergic asthma – triggered by irritants in the air that you breathe such as tobacco smoke, wood smoke, room deodorizers, fresh paint, and perfume.

Exercise-induced asthma – triggered during physical activities.

Nocturnal asthma – triggered by exercise or physical activity.

Treatment may look like:

Allergy injections

Allow supervised exposure to allergens over time, resulting in fewer symptoms/responses. With the close supervision of a medical professional, patients are able to build up immunity to their allergens.

Biologic therapies

Help with symptom control and prevention for patients with moderate to severe asthma.

Nebulization therapy

A nebulizer changes medication from a liquid to a mist so you can inhale it into your lungs. Nebulizer therapy relaxes the breathing muscles and permits air to flow more easily into and out of the lungs. It also helps to loosen mucus in the lungs. Both of these benefits of nebulizer treatment help to decrease and prevent wheezing, shortness of breath, coughing, and tightness in the chest.

Asthma Education

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This office has the best staff all around! My daughter has been a patient for 8 years at SA&A; this year we moved to the new Frisco location to be closer to home. I have never been so pleased with an office as much as I have with them. The entire office has gone above and beyond with care for my child and has provided the medical care and attention we have been looking for to make her life better. Thank you!!!

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If you’re experiencing asthma, also consider talking to a specialist about:

5 offices to choose from

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6100 Windcom Court, Suite 101
Plano, Texas 75093

Phone: 972-398-3500

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7785 Eldorado Pkwy, Suite 500
McKinney, TX 75070

Phone: 972-542-0500

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1101 Raintree Circle, Suite 140
Allen, Texas 75013

Phone: 469-656-1057

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12950 Dallas Parkway, Suite 700
Frisco, Texas 75033

Phone: 972-569-8500

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5012 South US HWY 75, Suite 150
Denison, TX 75020

Phone: 903-463-8400

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