Allergy Services

The initial step in the treatment of an allergy is an accurate diagnosis. It involves deciding whether the symptoms are caused by an allergy and, if so, determining what triggers the allergy as accurately as possible. The resulting diagnosis will target the appropriate treatment or clinical intervention to allow avoidance of the allergic trigger which will help to eliminate or minimize symptoms.

An accurate diagnosis is obtained using a combination of approaches and tests that can include patch tests or blood tests to identify and confirm a diagnosis.


Our Laboratory can perform blood tests to diagnose allergies. Our physicians can assist you in determining which panels are right for you. Patients can also choose their own labs with our on-demand lab options.


The standard Food Allergy Panel tests for Almond, Cashew Nut, Codfish, Cow’s Milk, Egg White, Hazelnut, Peanut, Salmon, Scallop, Sesame Seed, Shrimp, Soybean, Tuna, Walnut, and Wheat allergies.

Individual tests are also available for chicken, beef, tuna, turkey, and gluten.


The Grass and Weeds Panel tests for allergies to bahia grass, Bermuda grass, Johnson grass, mugwort, nettle, perennial rye grass, ragweed (common and giant), rough marsh elder, rough pigweed, Russian thistle, sheep sorrel, and timothy grass..

Tree Pollen Panel tests for allergies related to acacia, birch, cottonwood, elm, maple, mountain cedar, oak, olive, pecan/hickory, sycamore, walnut, white ash, white mulberry.


The Respiratory Allergy Panel will test for allergies to American house dust mite, Blomia Tropicalis, European house dust mite, cockroach, cat dander, dog dander, goose feathers, house dust, aspergillus fungus, fungus, penicillin fungus, and Cladosporium mold.

Skin Patch Tests are able to determine if an individual has an allergy related to particular substances. The Patch test used will test for a reaction to 36 different types of chemicals. The testing is performed in a three-step process. Initially the patch will be applied to the skin, secondly the patch will be removed the responses will be read by a trained professional for an initial read and on the third visit and the final reading will be performed a physician to determine if there are any new or continued responses.

Panel 1 includes:

  1. Nickel Sulfate
  2. Wool Alcohols
  3. Neomycin Sulfate
  4. Potassium Dichromate
  5. Caine Mix
  6. Fragrance Mix
  7. Colophony
  8. Paraben Mix
  9. Negative Control
  10. Balsam of Peru
  11. Ethylenediamine Dihydrochloride
  12. Cobalt Dichloride

Panel 2 includes:

  1. p-tert-Butylphenol Formaldehyde Resin
  2. Epoxy Resin
  3. Carba Mix
  4. Black Rubber Mix
  5. Cl+ Me- Isothiazolinone
  6. Quaternium-15
  7. Methyldibromo Glutaronitrile
  8. p-Phenylenediamine
  9. Formaldehyde
  10. Mercapto Mix
  11. Thimerosal
  12. Thiuram Mix

Panel 3 includes:

  1. Diazolidinyl Urea
  2. Quinoline Mix
  3. Tixocortol-21-Pivalate
  4. Gold Sodium Thiosulfate
  5. Imidazolidinyl Urea
  6. Budesonide
  7. Hydrocortisone-17-Butyrate
  8. Mercaptobenzothiazole
  9. Bacitracin
  10. Parthenolide
  11. Disperse Blue 106
  12. 2-Bromo-2-Nitropropane-1,3-Diol
Are you tired of suffering from allergies? Schedule an appointment today.

Kanan Medical

Serving Central Florida: Orange, Seminole, and Volusia Counties.

Altamonte MD

460 E. Altamonte Dr., Suite 2200 Altamonte Springs, FL 32701

*On the second floor of the Bank of America Building across from the Altamonte Mall


265 N Causeway New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169

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801 Marshall Farms Rd, Ocoee, FL 34761

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