Philadelphia Allergy Doctors

The 2009 Top Doctors who can get you through spring sniffle-free

YOUR PROBLEM: TROUBLE FINDING THE RIGHT LEVEL OF RELIEF

THE ALLERGIST: Paresha Shah, MD, Kennedy Memorial Hospitals/University Medical Center, specializing in allergy and immunology, pediatrics

HER GAME PLAN:
First, avoidance: Dr. Shah will help you pinpoint ways to control your environment. Next, she’ll find the right medication to take care of stubborn symptoms—just don’t expect her to back up your homeopathic regime. She’s seen enough patients to know herbal medications rarely ease allergy symptoms: “I tell patients what is not working.”

HER BACKGROUND:
Dr. Shah has been in Philadelphia for over 20 years, starting at Albert Einstein Hospital as a resident interested in pediatrics and neonatology. After finding her passion in allergy, she did her did her fellowship at St. Christopher Hospital for Children and opened her practice in 1990.

WAITING ROOM STATS:
It gets busy, especially in the evenings during allergy season. Patients able to take more flexible, off-peak times will get in and out of the office quicker.

MAKE AN APPOINTMENT: 901 Route 168, Suite 504, Turnersville, NJ, 856-227-5700

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  • ICDogg

    It might, but they might go 3 TE’s this season, especially if they do away with the fullback position.

  • Good Lookin ouT

    Great post Sheil. Nice comparison and as always smooth delivery. Sheil, will you be conducting chat session over here?