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Part of remaining a progressive Allergy and Asthma Care practice means we are committed to staying up to speed with the latest science and industry news that may impact the kind of care you deserve.
In this section, we’ll keep you informed of happenings at the practice and beyond — because informed patients are often better cared for patients. You are an integral part of the care team, after all. And we wouldn’t want it any other way.
Springtime allergies are here!
Allergy season is here, so how do you deal with seasonal allergies in Cincinnati? Luckily, our very own Dr. Ashish Mathur has advice for how to get some relief.
Epi-Pen price hike causes controversy
By now you’ve heard the hubbub about the recent price spike in Epi-Pens. Our own Dr. Ashish Mathur sat down with WLWT/Channel 5 to speak out on behalf of patients.
Dr. Neena Sodhi retires
After years of dedication, Dr. Neena Sodhi has retired. We are deeply grateful for her commitment to quality patient care. It has been an honor working with her and wish her all the best. Update from Dr. Sodhi: Dr. Sodhi climbed Mount Everest last year, she wrote the Great American Novel, she has become a gourmet cook and has taken up Scuba diving. Psych! Dr. Sodhi is enjoying retirement with family, travel, reading and Mah Jongg!
Allergy & Asthma Care welcomes Ashish Mathur, MD
Ashish Mathur, MD, has joined our team, bringing years of medical training with him. Dr. Mathur received his medical degree from Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED). He completed his Internal Medicine Residency, including one year as Chief Resident, at Banner University Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona. Further, he completed his specialty training in Allergy & Immunology at Banner University Medical Center Tucson through the University of Arizona. He is a member of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI) and American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI). He treats a spectrum of allergy/immunology disease in patients of all ages.
AHQR supports use of allergy shots for asthma and allergic nasal and eye symptoms
The Agency for Healthcare Quality and Research (AHQR) reviews available studies on allergy shots and allergy drops. Their findings suggest that allergy shots help decrease symptoms and medication use for asthma, allergic rhinitis, and allergic conjunctivitis. Allergy shots work better than allergy drops for improving asthma symptoms and allergic nasal and eye symptoms.