Ear, Nose, and Throat Allergy

Otolaryngic allergy is a branch of medicine dealing with allergy of the ear, nose, throat and the upper respiratory system. Otolaryngic allergists are Medical doctors who specialize in diagnosing and treating disorders of the head and neck, including allergy and other disorders of the upper respiratory system.

The otolaryngic allergist is a complete specialist able to diagnose and treat all conditions of the upper respiratory tract (ear, nose, throat, etc.) including allergy. Because (s)he is a specialist of the head and neck region, the otolaryngic allergist is able to diagnose and treat other diseases often associated with upper respiratory irritation. As a surgeon, (s)he is able to provide complete care of upper airway problems, including the correction of structural obstructions and deformities, e.g., (nasal polyps or a deviated septum), treatment of infections, e.g., (sinus and ear) and improved drainage.

Why Choose a Specialty Allergy Doctor?

Your ear, nose and throat allergy doctor (Otorhinolaryngologist) is a specialist. As an ENT doctor, your physician has treated many people with problems such as yours. Because of specialty training, your doctor knows that allergies can appear in forms other than just sneezing and watery eyes. Dr. Krenning is joing by an trained and proven staff of quality nurses that help provide individual attention to allergy patinets.

When you come to your ENT allergy doctor's office, you are coming to a well-equipped medical facility designed and staffed to meet the needs of an allergy patient. As you well know, your allergies affect your whole lifestyle. If you request, your ENT allergy doctor will keep in touch with your other physicians in coordinating your care.


In addition to environmental allergies the ENT staff is equipped to provide professional evaluation for food allergies. For food allergy evaluation please ask for the Allergy Department at 573.364.5719.


If you don’t like shots...how about drops!

The Allergy Clinic is now offering Sublingual Immunotherapy (SLIT) for it patients. SLIT consists of a daily drop of allergy serum under your tongue. We allow our patients to do SLIT at home and they are only required to come into our office every three months for a refill on their allergy drops. SLIT is extremely safe and convienent. SLIT is an effective form of immunotherapy that at the present time is considered FDA off label. FDA off label implies that insurance companies will not pay fot SLIT at this time.

For more detailed information regarding SLIT please contact one of our allergy nurses April or Joannie at (573) 364-5719.

Ear, Nose and Throat (Otolaryngology) Allergy

April Veo, BSRN

April Veo, a Rolla, Missouri native, received her Bachelor’s degree in nursing from University of Missouri-Columbia in December 2002. more...


Joannie Haskell, BSN

Joannie Haskell, raised in Rolla Missouri, received her Bachelors degree in nursing from the University of Missouri- Columbia in December of 2004. more...

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