Welcome to Our Practice

Your Solution For Allergy and Asthma Care in Fort Worth, TX

With the high pollen counts in our area, many children and adults are experiencing symptoms of hayfever; itching eyes, congestion, sneezing and a runny nose even when taking allergy medicines. We know in Texas there are allergens year-round, there is no getting away from them. Allergic sensitizations are unique and we use a personalized approach to testing and treatment. We are able to offer traditional allergy shots at our clinic just off of Chisholm Trail, or for busy individuals, sublingual immunotherapy or allergy drops which are effective yet safe enough to take at home. Many patients declare "If I had known I would feel this much better, I would have come years ago".

Our board certified allergist treats patients of all ages for allergies, asthma, food allergies, eczema and related conditions. Call to find out more about how we can help you.

COVID-19 Recommendations

Dear Allergy and Asthma Patients,

We are facing an unprecedented community threat from the COVID-19 virus and we want to take a moment to address your concerns. Please note, as the situation changes, we will adjust and plan accordingly.

  • We are wiping down the exam rooms after each patient visit and common areas throughout the day.

  • Practice good hygiene. To help decrease risk of spreading infection, please follow the CDC guidelines of washing your hands frequently, self-quarantine if you have traveled from an area of high disease activity, or have had contact with others who have respiratory symptoms.

  • Make sure you are risk free for COVID-19 at the time of your visit. If you are positive for risk factors, please do not come to the clinic for the protection of the staff and our other patients. You have the option of speaking with Dr. Thompson or Nurse Mariela on the phone.

  • Use cough etiquette, wash your hands, do not touch your face and no hand shaking.

  • Please limit visitors to essential family members only, the patient and if a child, a parent. All non-essential persons are asked not to enter the clinic.

  • Current guidelines - for milder symptoms, the recommendation is to self-quarantine at home.

  • Testing for COVID-19 is not readily available, and is based on recommendations from the local health department and the CDC. We do not test for COVID-19 in our clinic. The only place currently able to screen/test patients for the virus is the emergency department, but contact the ED first.

  • For sick patients, we offer telephone visits as we want to limit our potential exposure to the virus but at the same time, we want to help patients that may have allergy/ asthma flares. Please call us if you have any concerns.

    Thank you for your understanding, we are trying to maintain a safe environment for all. For more information please
    visit www.cdc.gov

Meet Your Doctor

Dr. James Thompson followed the family business of clinical and academic allergy, earning a doctor of medicine from the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. He completed his pediatric training at the University of Wisconsin in Madison and an allergy-immunology fellowship at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta.

Dr. Thompson has a special interest in food allergy. He is affiliated with Cook Children's Hospital. He loves biking and art museums as does his wife Karen, an art teacher in Crowley, Texas.

  • Address

    7200 Dutch Branch Road
    Fort Worth, TX 76132, US