Asthma Treatment Goals:


Our asthma treatment’s main goal is to keep your asthma and allergy symptoms within your control, which means your treatment is successful if:

  • You endure less chronic coughing or breathlessness, typically experienced at night, early morning, or after exercise.
  • You experience normal lung function.
  • Your asthma treatment reduces or wipes out acute asthma attacks that would normally send you to the Emergency Room or hospital.
  • You can exercise without enduring an asthma attack.
  • Your allergy medication reduces or removes all allergy symptoms with minimal or no side effects.
  • You reach your personal therapy goals, and feel satisfied with your medical care.

Asthma is a chronic condition with acute episodes. Early intervention and prevention of allergy symptoms are important principals of asthma treatment. Your pulmonary doctor may periodically reassess your progress to ensure your asthma plan meets your current needs. Our doctors want to work closely with you to set therapy goals to remedy your asthma. 

Set up a time to meet with our doctors to set up asthma treatment or allergy treatment goals.


Steps to Take

The National Health Institutes prescribe four steps to taming asthma:

  1. Measures of Assessment and Monitoring: By looking at the peak flow of your individual asthma allergy symptoms, doctors are better able to diagnose your specific brand of asthma and judge the severity of your asthma effects. To learn more about how to classify and monitor your asthma continue reading »Asthma Action Plan

  3. Drug Treatment: Over the years doctors and allergy specialists have discovered different allergy and asthma treatments like steroids, expectorants, injections, and natural asthma remedies. Every body is different; so it is especially important to treat asthma symptoms with the right medications at the right time. To learn about different medications for different types of asthma severity, continue reading »Drug Treatment

  5. Control of Asthma Triggers: Knowing what triggers your asthma attacks (acute or severe) requires controlling or even avoiding you interaction with these substances. Discover ways to control asthma triggers by reading more »Asthma Triggers

  7. Patient Education: Keeping patients informed of their individual asthma allergy factors means forming a working partnership with pulmonary doctors to control your asthma. Learn how asthma education can help you control your asthma by reading further »Asthma



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