Do you have a Cold, Flu or Allergies?

Due to the similarity in symptoms, it can be difficult to know whether you have a cold, flu or allergies. See what your symptoms suggest!

7 Apps to Help Manage Allergies and Asthma

If you’ve ever wished that there was an app to make life with allergies and asthma better, there is! In fact, we’ve recommended 7 that will make life easier!

Our Madison Office is Moving!

We’re excited to announce that on October 5th, we are moving our office to a new location. Our new location is larger with a more convenient parking lot located on the corner of Michigan and E. Clifty Dr. Drs. Feger, Otto and Franxman will continue to see patients at our new office. If you have

Second Lexington Office Opening Soon!

We’re excited to announce, on August 10, 2015 we will open a second office in Lexington, located in Beaumont Centre Circle in the Kroger Marketplace.  This new office will provide easier access to patients in the western half of Lexington and surrounding communities. Our board-certified allergist are here to help you find relief, schedule an

Patient App Now Available!

Our patient app puts many great features in the palm of your hand.  From your mobile device, you can now: Scan-in for allergy shots View current pollen counts Request prescription refills Pay your bill Request an appointment View appointment notes Send us a message To access all of the features within the app, a patient

Dr. Sublett Becomes President of ACAAI

ATLANTA, GA. (November 10, 2014) – James L. Sublett, M.D., Louisville, Kentucky, was installed president of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI) at the ACAAI Annual Scientific Meeting in Atlanta on Nov. 10.  This is a tremendous honor, as the ACAAI has over 6,000 members and is the largest association of practicing

Celebrating 35 Great Years!

This August marks Family Allergy & Asthma’s 35th Anniversary! Dr. Stephen Pollard and Dr. James L. Sublett founded Family Allergy & Asthma in 1979 and both are still practicing today. They’ll tell you it’s hard for them to believe that their baby has grown to become one of the largest allergy groups in the nation

FDA Approves New Allergy Tablets

The FDA has recently approved oral immunotherapy tablets for sale within the US. There are now three allergy tablets approved by the FDA: Oralair (5 different grasses) Grastek (timothy grass) Ragwitek (ragweed) These are all fast-dissolving tablets that are placed under the tongue and contain specific pollen extracts.  They are meant to be taken at

Do Allergy Shots Work for Children?

Per the American Academy of Pediatrics, age is not a barrier to skin testing – even infants can benefit.  Children can also receive allergy shots.  The age in which shots may be recommended to young children is done on a case-by-case basis.  While there has been some disagreement in the medical community about the role

How Do Allergy Shots Work?

What Are Allergy Shots? Immunotherapy, more commonly referred to as allergy shots, are not a medication, but rather a more natural approach to increasing your tolerance to the allergens in which you are allergic. Once you have been allergy tested, our allergists may recommend allergy shots based on your diagnosis. Are Allergy Shots Effective? According