Pediatricians, general practitioners, internists, allergists and pulmonologists can all treat asthma and allergies.
Allergists or immunologists are internists and pediatricians, who have additional training in the immune system and special skills in evaluating and treating asthma and allergies.
They become board certified when they pass an examination in the specialty area of allergy and immunology. Because allergists tend to see more allergic and asthmatic people than other kinds of doctors,...Read more
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