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Breathe Better With Clarity Allergy Center
Date:7/9/2012

CHICAGO, July 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Chicago allergist, adult and pediatric breathing expert, Dr. Brian Rotskoff, announces the launch of Clarity Allergy Center's new web site for the latest information on improved breathing, sinus, and sleep-related issues. With offices in Chicago, IL and Arlington Heights, IL, Dr. Rotskoff is highly skilled in the accurate diagnosis and expert treatment of nasal congestion, childhood allergies, severe allergies, adult asthma, asthma in children, sleep apnea, snoring, sinus headaches and migraines, chronic cough, allergy testing, and immunotherapy (allergy shots).

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Millions of adults and children needlessly suffer from allergies and obstructive sleep apnea, which results in disabling effects on sleep, work performance, and school success. "The inability to breath properly significantly interferes with a person's ability to live life to the fullest," said Dr. Rotskoff, "But with the right diagnosis my patients move beyond these limitations."

Thanks to Clarity Allergy Center, suffering through seasonal allergies or chronic breathing conditions is a thing of the past. As the lead researcher in many allergy and breathing studies, Dr. Rotskoff is well versed in pinpointing the cause of each person's symptoms and directing the most effective and appropriate remedies. He is uniquely knowledgeable about pediatric breathing conditions, as well.

Sinus Headaches and Migraines "This is an area of frequent misdiagnosis," he explains, "Chronic headaches can be treated in many ways, but until the root cause is isolated, treatment may be misguided and ineffective." Sinus headaches are typically characterized by obstruction of the nasal passage, decreased sense of smell, and discolored (yellow or green) nasal discharge. Sinus headaches are frequently confused with migraines.  Because allergies can also trigger headaches, Dr. Rotskoff explains it is important to diagnose and treat allergies in patients with recurrent headaches. 

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) in Adults and Children The effects of sleep apnea extend far beyond restless nights. Both adults and children can suffer from excessive snoring and breathing interruptions during sleep that ultimately interfere with daytime productivity and mood. Long-term, sleep apnea can increase risk of serious medical conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, and strokes. A comprehensive sleep study is the answer for many. "Patients tend to put off dealing with snoring or sleep apnea," said Dr. Rotskoff, a one-time sleep apnea sufferer himself, "but the right treatment can be life-changing."

Nasal Allergies, Chronic Cough, and Asthma Whether you suffer from seasonal allergies or food allergies, Dr. Rotskoff will take your treatment beyond routine allergy testing and set you on a safe and effective treatment path. Persistent coughing lasting more than a month or two can cause great frustration. Dr. Rotskoff excels in diagnosing this common but troublesome problem.  Because a chronic cough can have many different triggers, Dr. Rotskoff takes the extra time required to insure the proper diagnosis.  Childhood and adult asthma are also areas of Dr. Rotskoff's expertise.   

Kids are among Dr. Rotskoff's favorite patients. By treating pediatric breathing conditions such as asthma, allergies, and sleep apnea with expertise and compassion, he can significantly improve a child's ability to play and learn without hindrance. In fact, many parents report improved school performance once their child's breathing issues are safely under control.

Fellowship-trained at Northwestern Memorial and Children's Memorial Hospitals, Dr. Rotskoff offers cutting edge treatment for the full spectrum of pediatric and adult allergy, asthma, and breathing disorders.   

To learn more about Chicago's Dr. Brian Rotskoff and how his expert diagnostics can set you on the course to breathing free, visit Clarity Allergy Center's new site www.clarityallergycenter.com. Dr. Rotskoff welcomes patients in his Chicago, IL and Arlington Heights, IL offices, conveniently accessible from Lincolnwood, IL, Skokie, IL, Park Ridge, IL, Morton Grove, IL, and Niles, IL.

Related Links: http://www.clarityallergycenter.com/

Related Videos: Chicago Allergy and Asthma Center - Clarity Allergy - Dr. Rotskoff - clarityallergycenter.com

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcjuofQj2ho

Chicago Asthma and Allergy Experts - Sinus Headaches - clarityallergycenter.com

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2K8IDKSt-Q&feature=plcp

Chicago IL Sleep Apnea Diagnosis and Treatment - clarityallergycenter.com - Dr. Brian Rotskoff

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdaeCvVcP4U&feature=plcp 

Contact: Clarity Allergy Center Brian Rotskoff, MD Phone: 773-877-3500      

Chicago Office:

4801 W. Peterson Avenue, Suite 306  Chicago, Illinois 60646

Arlington Heights Office:

125 South Wilke Road, Suite 100  Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005

 


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