Monday: 8am-6pm

Tuesday: 9am-4pm

Wednesday: 11am-7pm

Thursday: 9am-5pm

Friday: 8am-12pm

​2 Saturdays per month: 8am-12pm


Hard to believe it, but the winter snow will soon melt into a robust spring pollen season! Don't get caught off guard. Start your allergy medications before the season gets going. In addition to allergy medications, we have desensitization options as well.

If you find yourself suffering, please contact our office to help you take charge of your health again!

Glen Allergy and Asthma has modified office hours through April. We will return to our normal hours starting April 8.  

Please call the office to schedule your appointment today!

Allergy 101

FDA-Approved Immunotherapy for Dust Mite Allergies Now Available!

Odactra, the first FDA-approved sublingual immunotherapy tablet for dust mite, is now available in retail pharmacies! This treatment is taken as a tablet under the tongue and may be a great option for patients whose allergies are primarily limited to dust mite and who prefer an alternative to allergy shots.

If you are interested in seeing whether this treatment may be a good fit for you, please schedule an appointment for an in-office consultation!

2550 Compass Road, Suite K

Glenview, IL 60026

p: 847-832-6000

f: 847-832-1900

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

Our office is conveniently located in

The Glen between Lake Street and Willow Road in Glenview.  The state-of-the-art office provides a perfect setting that allow us to deliver the highest quality of care.

Conditions Treated

Year-round and seasonal nasal allergies
Eye allergies
Swollen eyes, itchy eyes, red eyes
Wheezing, shortness of breath
Chronic sinusitis
Nasal polyps

Sampter's Triad, AERD, Aspirin Allergy
Food allergies
Chronic cough
Hives and Angioedema (including Hereditary Angioedema)

Itching, swelling
        Familial Cold Autoinflammatory Syndrome (FCAS)
Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis)
Medication reactions (Antibiotics/Penicillin, Aspirin)
Contact Dermatitis (Metal, nickel, cosmetics, hair dye)
Chronic itching
Recurrent infections
Venom allergy (bee/wasp/hornet)

Mast Cell Disorders