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Research
We may be able to help you out if you have asthma, COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or emphysema), atopic dermatitis (eczema in people with an allergic background), hives (chronic urticaria for > 6 itchy months), or dust induced hay fever in 5-11 year-olds. If you qualify for one of the trials, you’ll receive medication free of charge and be compensated for your time and travel. We’ve been conducting clinical research trials as part of the Sarasota Clinical Research center here in Sarasota, FL since 1994 (https://www.windomallergy.com/clinical-trials). Sally Kastes is our Clinical Research Coordinator and can be reached at 941-927-4888, or...
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Staff spotlight: Justine Price

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Justine is one of our Front Desk ReceptionistHi, I’m Justine and I have worked as a receptionist at Windom allergy for almost 4 years. My husband and I have been married for 7 years and moved to Sarasota from New Jersey and never looked back.We are fur parents to an awesome boston terrier, Odin. We like going to the beach and really anything that involves being outside. One of our favorite places to visit is the Sarasota Jungle Gardens to feed their flamingos. We are big Star Wars fans so we try to go to Disney’s Hollywood Studios as much as...
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Health Goals Sarasota 2021 

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The holidays have come and gone,the coronavirus is still here, and it’s time to work on our health and fitness goals for 2021.Plus, there is no better time than Spring to be socially distanced outdoors in Florida. Stay the course – Keep doing all the good things you’ve been doing. It’s exhausting for sure. But if you’ve been wearing a mask, using hand sanitizer, social distancing, keep doing those things to prevent yourself and family members from getting COVID-19. Please also consider getting the COVID vaccine when it’s available for you.Up your exercise if possible – For those uncomfortable returning to the gym, there are plenty of Zoom classes, apps, and other ways to...
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Making the Most of Your Spring Windom Allergy Visit

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We can’t wait to see you in-person or via a telemedicine visit! If you’re planning to visit Windom Allergythis spring, make sure you get the most from your appointment by writing down your questions and concerns ahead of time. Let us know if: You have any new symptoms or symptoms that are worse than in previous years. Be sure to mention if you experience coughing, difficulty breathing or loss of sleep, as these can be signs of asthma.You have missed school or work due to allergy or asthma symptoms. It’s very important that you report any related hospitalizations or visits to the emergency department. We can help you gain better control...
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Staff Spotlight: Patti Thompson

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Patti is one of our Back Office Nurses at Windom Allergy.Hi I'm Patti, My parents and I moved from Dayton, Ohio to sunny Florida when I was 14 -- after graduating from Riverview High School - GO RAMS! I attended SCTI for the Medical Assistant Program which led me to the wonderful career of Allergy. I have been in the Allergy profession for over 40 years. So I have probably helped many of you along the way. I married my best friend Ted and we have 3 great grown kids. When our kids were growing up we had unforgettable adventures in our...
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Back to School

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At Windom Allergy our doctors’ kids are going back to school and we hope yours are too.  Encountering contagious diseases is nothing new for school children, with several conditions being more dangerous than coronavirus in the pediatric population, e.g. influenza and meningitis. Kids with asthma typically flare with ‘colds’ and other viruses, but the current virus doesn’t appear to be any worse in those with asthma compared to those without it. Staying on regularly prescribed medications allow people with asthma to handle viruses and other obstacles in their path. One of the few positive effects of this pandemic period is the...
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Staying on Track with Allergy Shots and OIT

Staying on Track with Allergy Shots and OIT
Thank goodness the dreaded virus is beginning to fade. Unfortunately, the allergy season continues to afflict us, as we drift from the February to April oak tree pollen to the grass and weed pollen seasons. If you’ve let your regular allergy shot visits lag because of the pandemic distraction, come on in and get caught up. For those of you on food oral immunotherapy (OIT), we’re open, safe, and ready for your dosing visits as well. We’re doing our best to make you feel normal again at Windom Allergy.
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COVID: Outdoor Time

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Want to enjoy your social distancing approved outdoor time without the sniffles and itching from the dreaded oak pollen? Never fear, Windom Allergy is here! We can help you enjoy the sunshine and fresh air with as little medications as possible through our awesome Telehealth Visits. Just give our office a call to schedule a virtual visit, and when it’s time for your appointment we will send you a text with a link to your visit. With just one click, you’ll be instantly connected with your favorite doctor (although we’re sure you love us all equally). And the best part? It...
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Allergies vs. COVID?

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Does every sneeze, cough, throat tickle, and runny nose send a chill down your spine and have you running for your thermometer? You’re definitely not alone seeing as this is one of our worst oak pollen seasons ever. That’s where the Windom Allergy Family has your back. With our awesome Telehealth visits, we can help ease your allergy vs. COVID fears from the comfort of your own home. Now easier than ever! We send a text message to your phone with a link to start your visit, as soon as you click it you are connected to one of our awesome...
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Remembering 9/11 & The New Health Law

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It’s been eighteen years since the tragic day our nation was attacked and the World Trade Center fell. We will always remember that day, where we were, who we were with, and the fear we felt for our country. But amongst the chaos and dust of the towers, our first responders were undeniably heroes.  Unfortunately, this World Trade Center dust also caused chronic breathing issues that still affects many survivors and first responders today. Thankfully in July 2019 a law was passed to ensure full funding for the 9/11 victims compensation fund.  If you would like to learn more, please visit https://www.lung.org/about-us/blog/2016/09/respiratory-impacts-sept-11.html
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