Vanderbilt Asthma, Sinus and Allergy Program


How to Know If I Have Asthma


How to Control Your Asthma


How to Relieve Sinus Problems


How to Control Nasal Allergy Symptoms


How to Diagnose and Take Care of Foold Allergies


Food Allergies vs. Food Intolerance


Food Allergies - EE -  VASAP’s Dr. Jane Choi and Dr. Michael Vaezi, Clinical/Research Director of the Vanderbilt Digestive Disease Center discuss symptoms and treatment for eosinophiliac esophagiti


New Treatment for Sinus Problems – Dr. James Duncavage, Professor and Vice-Chair of Vanderbilt’s Department of Otolaryngology, discusses a balloon dilation procedure for chronic sinusitis


Solutions to Food Allergies and Sinus Problems - Research – Drs. David Hagaman, John Fahrenholz and Michael Vaezi discuss new research and potential treatments for eosinophiliac esophagitis, sinusitis and asthma

Living Well With Allergies


In our 6-part video series, we explore what aggravates your allergies
and which allergy treatments work; asthma solutions to help you breathe
easier; mold and its dangers to your health; sinus surgery and its
benefits; clinical trials that have helped allergy and asthma sufferers;
and extra asthma and allergy tips for all of us.

Click the links below to view (Windows Media Player required):

Allergies
Asthma
Mold
Sinus
Research
Tips

Breathe Easier


Your nose, sinuses, throat, and lungs are all connected.  Doesn't it make sense that the doctors who treat them are, too?  At the Vanderbilt Asthma Sinus Allergy Program (A.S.A.P.), they are.

A.S.A.P., developed by physicians at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, is the first coordinated multi-specialty program in the country dedicated to the evaluation, treatment, and management of airway diseases.  Patients have access to a total care system that encompasses evaluation, treatment, resolution, and management – all conveniently located under one roof.

Vanderbilt A.S.A.P. is part of Vanderbilt University Medical Center, which consistently ranks among the premier health care facilities in the United States.  Serving approximately 4.5 million people, we are a major patient referral center for the Southeast region – a center that satisfied patients keep returning to again and again.

Allergy Self Test


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