Tag Archives: Tulsa Oklahoma

Myth-busters in Medicine

As an allergist  in Tulsa, the myths that surround asthma, food allergy, hives, hay fever abound and patients often come in to the office telling ME what they are allergic to or how to fix the problem. Let me give you some examples:

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Give Me Your Stories About Food Allergy

Several months ago, I asked you what was missing from your treatment of #allergy.  To my surprise, 50% of respondents wanted more information on food allergy, compared to only 36% who wanted cheaper medications for their #asthma. So I listened and here are some stories I find interesting about food allergy. Please share your stories with me by adding your comments at the end of this blog. Unfortunately, people don’t really think food allergy is a real health problem. Continue reading Give Me Your Stories About Food Allergy

The Hidden Gem

Tulsa has often been chided as the “Oklahoma step child” in comparison to Oklahoma City, but I think this article refutes that myth.

Tulsa is on the listhttp://www.medscape.com/features/slideshow/best-places-to-practice-2015?src=wnl_edit_specol&uac=45399FY#page=4

#Oklahoma boasts a low cost of living, and #physicians responding to the Medscape survey also reported high incomes: an average of $304,000. At 8.5%, the average state and local tax burden is well below the national average of 9.8%.

Oklahoma doctors may have trouble finding adequate staff support. Continue reading The Hidden Gem

It’s allergy season and what can I do?

The following YouTube video describes a process called “Rush Immunotherapy” conducted in Ohio.  It’s now a more common way to deliver #allergy shots and reduces the total number of shots required to achieve clinical relief from your #allergies.  Some caveats about #RUSH Immunotherapy need to be included and your bullet list is below the video.

I would make the following corrections to this video:

1.  Unfortunately, you can’t answer all questions about immunotherapy (allergy shots) in a 3 minute news clip.

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This is exciting for Tulsa!

Let’s take a break from eosinophilic esophagitis (I was hoping you would say that!)–I’ll resume that tomorrow.

The following video is exciting news for Tulsa.  Dr. Kendrick has been very instrumental in bringing this new technology to this community.  Thanks for your hard work. 

What this means is better communication between doctors and hospitals.  Only a better outcome for everyone!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUxgrfOii9U