An immunodeficiency disorder occurs when there is an immune system defect that limits your body’s ability to fight infections. People are either born with a deficiency or acquire it later in life. The most common symptoms of an immunodeficiency disorder are recurrent sinus infections, skin infections, pneumonia, meningitis, or joint infections.
While there is no cure, conditions can be managed with proper immunodeficiency treatment. To diagnose an immune deficiency, a board-certified allergist-immunologist will gather a detailed medical history, conduct a thorough examination, and draw blood. Once the particular defect is identified, an appropriate treatment plan is created.
In many cases, we use powerful therapies such as immunoglobulin supplementation to prevent recurrent infections. Immunoglobulins are also known as antibodies, which help identify and fight infections. Immunoglobulin supplementation provides the antibodies your immune system cannot produce on its own to fight infection. This type of immunoglobulin therapy can be administered through an IV or injected just below the skin.
Our doctors are board-certified experts in immunology and the treatment of immune deficiencies.
Convenience & Flexibility
We offer a variety of appointment times for therapy.
We offer the latest treatment options available for immunodeficiency disorders, such as immunoglobulin supplementation.
Most patients who receive immunoglobulin therapy experience fewer infections and an improved quality of life.