They explain all procedures and why. The staff is courteous and friendly and they listen. They ask often if you need anything, are friendly and smiling. A smile always goes a long way, even when you don’t feel like smiling.-Diane, Study Participant
very helpful staff.
Everyone is so friendly each time I have an appointment.-Gloria, Study Participant
Good job, keep up the good work.
ALL of you are great.-Jolene, Study Participant
Happy to be
part of this study; will recommend this clinic to others!
Very willing to make the testing sessions as comfortable as if one is at home. The staff treats me with care, compassion and understanding.-Mary Ann, Study Participant
as well as the study performance. A combination of professional and a concerned family.-Michael, Study Participant
They are very considerate to make every effort to make me comfortable.-Ralph, Study Participant
I never felt I was in a doctor’s office; it felt like being at home.
San Antonio area oak trees release their pollen in late winter and spring, with the greatest amount of pollen released in the early morning. Since oak trees do not produce flowers, they do not rely on bees and other insects to spread their pollen. Instead, oak trees will release a large amount of the fine, yellow, dust-like pollen into the air to ensure successful pollination.
People who are allergic to oak pollen will typically experience the following allergic symptoms: sneezing, runny or stuffy nose, coughing, postnasal drip, itchy nose and throat, dark circles under the eyes, and swollen, watery and itchy eyes. Some people have more severe reactions to allergens and even have asthma attacks.
We are not currently enrolling for this indication at the present time, but please feel free to register for our studies online and we will contact you when we have a study available.