If your health provider suspects that you might be dealing with allergic asthma, they may refer you to an asthma doctor or an allergist to establish a proper diagnosis.
The asthma doctor will ask you questions regarding your symptoms, medical history, history of allergies, and lung problems.
They may also order a chest X-ray or spirometry to establish an accurate diagnosis.
Unfortunately, there is no cure for asthma, and as such, the goal of asthma treatment is to control the symptoms.
With the help of an asthma doctor at the Miami Allergy and Immunology Center, asthma patients can get a personalized action plan that might include biologic therapies, anti-inflammatory compounds, and/or bronchodilators to keep symptoms in check.
Patient education is a critical aspect of asthma treatment and management. We can help our patients n learning the essentials of asthma monitoring and control.