Glen Allergy & Asthma is a practice of Board Certified Allergist & Immunologists. We are  committed to providing the highest level of care for pediatric and adult patients suffering with allergic, asthmatic and immunologic disorders.  Our staff is devoted to personalized and professional patient care. 

Our office is conveniently located in

The Glen development between Lake and Willow Roads in Glenview, two blocks away from the Children's Kohl Museum. This state-of-the-art office provides a variety of services allowing us to deliver the highest quality of care.


Back to School!

 The end of the summer means it's school form season! In order for us to fill out school forms, we require an appointment within the past 6 months. Please schedule appointments early!

Is it a Cold or Allergies?

Cold symptoms usually last a 3-7 days and then stop suddenly. Nasal secretions can be discolored. Patients can have associated increased fatigue, body aches and fever. 

Allergy symptoms can be present for many weeks, Symptoms may be more prevalent a particular time of day as opposed to cold symptoms. May have more sneezing and itching associated with it. 

Allergy 101

Auvi-Q Recall


Auvi-Q has been recalled for 0.15 mg and 0.3 mgstrengths for all current devices.The products have been found to potentially have inaccurate dosage delivery.

Alternative epinephrine autoinjectors should be ordered. Call the office during normal business hours if you require a new epinphrine autoinjector prescription. 847-832-6000

Auvi-Q can be returned and new injectors reimbursed. The most updated information is available at

For epipen coupons visit 

2550 Compass Road Suite K  Glenview, IL 60026
P:847-832-6000    F: 847-832-1900

Conditions Treated

Year-round and seasonal nasal allergies
Eye allergies
        Swollen eyes, itchy eyes, red eye
        Wheezing, shortness of breath
Chronic sinusitis
Nasal polyps
         Sampter's Triad, AERD, Aspirin Allergy
Food allergies
        Peanut, treenuts, dairy, wheat, seafood
Chronic cough
Hives and Angioedema
        Itching, swelling
        Familial Cold Autoinflammatory Syndrome (FCAS)
​        Cold Urticaria
Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis)
Medication reactions
       Antibiotics/Penicillin, Aspirin
Contact dermatitis
       Metal,  nickel, cosmetics, hair dye
Chronic itching (skin)
Recurrent infections
      Sinus, pneumonia, ear infection, skin infections, fungal infections
Venom allergy (bee/wasp/hornet)