The Allergy Clinic
(713) 244-5390 (713) 522-9911 (713) 522-6052 1200 Binz St, Suite 180, Houston, TX 77004 M 8:30am-5pm, Tu Closed, W 8:30am-5pm, Th Closed, F 8:30am-5pm, Sa-Su Closed Official site
Categories: Nurses, Immunologist, Physicians Assistants
The Allergy Clinic prides itself on delivering the best possible patient-centered care in a comfortable, nurturing environment. The experienced physicians are top specialists who stay abreast of all the latest developments in the field and keep informed of the latest advances in the diagnosis and treatment of allergies and asthma. This, balanced with the common sense that comes from decades of experience, allows the team at The Allergy Clinic to provide the most comprehensive treatments available today. The Allergy Clinic has been an integral part of providing care for Houston-area residents for more than 60 years. The practice was founded by Dr. Joseph I. Engler in 1956. His son, Dr. David B. Engler, joined the practice in 1991, followed by Dr. Alnoor A. Malick in 1996, and Dr. Sunil K. Saraf in 2008. All three physicians are board-certified by the American Board of Allergy and Immunology and focus on providing excellent medical care in conjunction with a high-caliber office staff who serve their patients’ needs efficiently. The Allergy Clinic now has two offices in Houston (near the Astrodome and in the Museum District), as well as offices in Pearland and Pasadena, enabling the practice to reach more patients in the region. The Allergy Clinic’s physicians are skilled at evaluating allergies and asthma and work to develop the optimal strategy for treatment and relief of symptoms. They prescribe the proper balance of prevention, medications, and immunotherapy to achieve maximum results. As allergists-immunologists, these doctors have the advanced training and experience in the techniques of determining what causes an allergic reaction and how best to solve the problem. To assure patients receive the most effective treatments, The Allergy Clinic’s team focuses on prevention and education, which are fundamental to ensuring patients can effectively partner in their own care.