MicroArray Allergy Testing

We turn every Physician into an Allergist!

No more need for pin holes or scratches in the back,

when just a couple drops of blood from one finger will do!

No more need for an immunologist, when you can do it!

MicroArray Allergy Testing



MicroArray Allergy Testing

MicroArray Allergy Testing


provides a complete and affordable solution that could

help your patients enjoy an allergy-free life.


The most accurate allergy testing technology with

50-Test Non-Inhalant Panel

Food, Stinging Insects, Penicillin, Latex and more.


70-Test Environmental Inhalant Panel

Tree, Grass, Weeds, Molds, Fungi,

Animals, Insects and more.


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– Lower Cost of Care

– Improve Patient Satisfaction

– Generate Better Outcomes

– Create a New Revenue Source

Our solution is Accountable Care Organization (ACO) Compliant.



 of patients suffering from allergies visit

their primary care provider for help first.

Our proprietary testing program is

efficient, easy to administer, reimbursable

and virtually pain free for your patients.



Confirm or rule out “allergy”

Identify allergy triggers

Reduce exposure

Determine course of therapy

Set baseline for therapy

Create a new revenue source


Tests results treated with a customized

La Crosse Method™ Practice Protocol

Providing the broad range of allergy patients with customized treatment options

that meet their individual needs is the basis for the La Crosse Method™ Practice Protocol,

the most widely-used SLIT protocol in the U.S. The La Crosse Method is intended to offer practitioners a safe,

effective option for the full spectrum of allergic patients

from those who are moderately allergic to those whose allergies have become debilitating and ultimately life-threatening.


Why use the La Crosse Method Protocol?

No two patients’ allergic issues are identical — what could be a nuisance for one could be life-threatening for another.

Likewise, treatment should reflect individual patient needs.

A hallmark of the La Crosse Method Protocol is its ability to meet those individual needs.

A combination of one or more La Crosse Method sublingual immunotherapy protocols

may be offered to patients based on their history, symptoms, and the number and severity of allergies.

Treatment options include:

When considering the appropriate protocol, special consideration should be given

to what will ensure the highest level of safety for the patient given his or her history,

exam and allergy testing results, i.e. what will offer the maximum benefits with minimal risk.

Based on clinical evidence and current scientific research, optimal dosing levels are

based on what is therapeutically effective for each individual patient and adjusted

accordingly throughout the treatment course.


Because our dose escalation is supported by retesting and monitoring patient response,

it minimizes risks of unnecessarily high doses without incremental benefit or adverse events,

while simultaneously avoiding a dosing scenario that becomes cost-prohibitive for patients.




Benefits of three times daily dosing

We have observed a combination of clinical symptom improvements, reduced skin test reactivity,

and decreases in specific IgE levels at what has been considered “lower” doses

of sublingual immunotherapy given three times a day.

In 1986, Drs. Scadding and Brostoff published a dust mite study using threshold dosing four times daily.

This double-blind, cross-over design study showed improvement in 72% of patients after only two weeks of treatment.

Since then, studies have shown a wide variety of dosing regimen efficacy.

In some studies, when higher concentrations of antigen were used, side effects

increased without much additional benefit.

Frequency of dosing has also ranged from once a week to multiple times per day.

Several studies suggest there is more than one mechanism that helps an individual develop tolerance to their allergens.

High-dose intermittent administration of antigen, similar to the La Crosse Method Preseasonal Protocol,

produces clonal deletion and/or anergy.

The low-dose frequent administration (three times daily dosing) of antigen sublingually leads to active suppression.

This approach is used with the La Crosse Method Inhalant and Food Allergen Protocols.

Combining multi-antigen threshold dosing with preseasonal “rush” protocols

has clinically given providers the ability to take advantage of both mechanisms to

develop allergen tolerance in a wide variety of allergic patients.


MicroArray Allergy Testing


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