adult & pediatric allergy and clinical immunology practices
Welcome to Dr. Helbing
Allergy & Asthma Associates
Adult & pediatric allergy and clinical immunology practices located in Annandale and West Springfield.
Our loyal staff has dedicated itself to patient allergy and asthma care in Northern Virginia with convenient locations in Annandale and West Springfield.
Our practice has served allergy patients for over 40 years, with doors opening in 1973. This long term commitment makes us one of the most established allergy practices in Fairfax County.
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Our practice offers comprehensive evaluation and treatment of any allergy related problems, for all age groups from infant to adult, including: hay fever, asthma, sinusitis, allergic rhinitis, year-round and seasonal allergies, eye allergies, ear- sinus- and respiratory infections, food allergies, gastrointestinal allergies, anaphylaxis, insect allergies, recurrent skin conditions, hives/chronic urticaria, drug allergy, hereditary angioedema, eczema/atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, poison ivy and more.
Your Greatest Self.
Sometimes we don’t feel at our best because we are unable to gain relief from the itching, coughing, runny nose, headaches, sneezing, wheezing or worse. You may think it is just a common cold that lingers…forever. Do not despair. For many, allergies are a common part of living in this region of the country where changing seasons, molds, pollens and other allergens aggravate our systems. Often an experienced allergist can help!
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3301 Woodburn Rd., #105
Annandale, VA 22003
6210 Old Keene Mill Ct.
Springfield, VA 22152
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Patient Rights and Responsibilities:
Patients are responsible for verifying that the doctor they're scheduled with is in-network with their insurance plan.
Important Note: Patients must be off antihistamines for 5 days for testing. Depending on insurance, a second appointment may be needed for testing.