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Holistic Allergy & Immune Support

Allegies, sensitivities, and immune issues can impact our daily lives in so many ways, even some we might not be aware of. Reactions can present in a variety of ways, some subtle, some glaringly obvious. With so many factors, from food to our environment, it can be difficult to isolate the cause. And once you’ve identified the culprit, you still need to get to the root cause to treat it effectively.

A big mistake people often make is assuming allergies are simply an immune system issue when in reality, it can involve your microbiome and gut health.

For anyone looking for a holistic immunologist in Seattle, your Village can help you diagnose and treat your complex sensitivities.

Getting diagnosed and treated at Village Medicine can help you get more out of life. When spring comes around, we want you to able to experience a flower as a flower instead of a death stick.

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What We Treat

  • Seasonal allergies
  • Mast cell activation syndrome
  • Environmental allergies
  • Rashes
  • Hives
  • Food allergies & sensitivities
  • Unexplained skin reactions

Why Get Allergy & Immune Support in Seattle?


Advanced Testing

We provide multi-system, multifactorial testing to uncover your environmental triggers and the underlying cause of your reaction.

In-Office Treatment

Get immediate symptom relief and preventative care with allergy shots, sublingual immunotherapy, and other treatments.

Ongoing Support

Your wellness is an ever-evolving journey, and some allergies and sensitivities require ongoing treatments that address your physiological, mental, and spiritual needs.

What to Expect

The Allergy & Immunology Process

Your Consultation

During your first appointment, our immunologist in Seattle will make sure you feel seen and listened to. They’ll get to know your medical history and your symptoms, and create a personalized treatment plan to meet your needs and goals.

Testing, Diagnostics, and Treatment

Diagnosing allergies, sensitivities, and immune issues isn’t always as simple as getting your blood drawn and waiting for the answers to come back. Because standard allergy testing doesn’t always catch everything, our in-depth testing takes a closer look at many systems to get the most comprehensive results. We’ll determine the best course of treatment once we have the results from the labs and have completed all rule-outs.

Your Wellness Journey

At Village Medicine, we treat and support the whole person—mind, body, and spirit—throughout your wellness journey. Talk to your provider about follow-up appointments and maintenance treatments to nourish and protect you and your family’s health in every season.


Pre-Care Instructions

Before seeing your immunologist, Village Medicine recommends:

Being Mindful

Pay attention to how you feel in your environment as you go about your day. What changes and when? What do you experience after interacting with or ingesting things? Being aware of all the subtle changes isn’t always possible, but it can help point your immunologist and holistic allergist in the right direction.

Keeping an Open Mind

Your symptoms might need more than a simple treatment, and cause might run deeper than the immune system. We’ll work with you to uncover the root cause and explore the most effective line of treatment.


Post-Care Instructions

After seeing your immunologist in Seattle, Village Medicine recommends:

Being Patient 

Symptom relief can take time, and so can treating the underlying causes. We’re here to help you manage your symptoms, but we’re also in this together for however long it takes to identify and address your allergy and immune concerns.

Staying Mindful 

Our bodies, minds, and spirits aren’t static. Things change as we change and as our environments change. Try to keep track of these changes and let us know so we can better support you on your journey.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I reduce my allergy symptoms?

Reducing your allergy symptoms will depend a lot on what you’re allergic to, but you can try:

  • Using an elimination diet to see if your symptoms improve after cutting out common allergens like dairy, gluten, and soy. After a month or two, slowly reintroduce these potential allergens one by one and watch for returning symptoms.
  • Vacuum and dust your living space regularly.
  • Use an air purifier.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a face mask when doing yard work.
What is mast cell activation syndrome?

Mast cell activation syndrome (or MCAS) is an often hidden condition that can cause people to experience several symptoms associated with allergies such as hives, red eyes, abdominal pain, brain fog, diarrhea, coughing, wheezing, and itching. Diagnosing MCAS takes expertise and examining multiple systems. Your immunologist in Seattle is fully equipped to diagnose MCAS and treat the condition using a holistic, whole-person approach.

What does the microbiome have to do with the immune system?

The microbiome interacts with many of the bodily systems, including the immune system. An imbalance in gut bacteria can lead to the development of food allergies, while some kinds of good gut bacteria can help prevent allergic reactions.

How many appointments will I need to make to get diagnosed and treated?

There’s no set number of appointments for treating allergies and sensitivities. The journey to diagnosis and then treatment will look different for each person. At Village Medicine, we’ll work with you to find the root cause of your symptoms and to create a personalized treatment plan that treats and supports you as whole person, not just a collection of symptoms.

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