Canned good drive Friday , May 15th 8am-12pm

Headed to the grocery or have some canned goods or peanut butter you can spare for a family in need? Please bring and donate Friday, May 15th from 8am-12pm to help support families in need during this critical time. These foods will help families in Arlington to not go hungry.

As a thank you, Dr. Bailey and Allergy Associates are giving a free 2oz hand sanitizers (while they last) to each family donating canned goods.

AIT shot patients- we will offer shots by appointment Fridays from 8-10:50am

Please email us at or call our office at 703-558-6040 Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays to schedule an appointment. Please follow the guidelines for AIT and biologic injections and allergy skin testing for AIT patients only.

If you are due for a refill please schedule a virtual appointment followed by allergy skin testing on Friday from 11-11:45am so we can make changes as needed to your formulation prior to mixing your refill.

Palforzia: FDA approved first drug for treatment of peanut allergy in children.

Palforzia:  FDA approved first drug for treatment of peanut allergy in children.

Jan 31st, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Palforzia [Peanut (Arachis hypogaea) Allergen Powder-dnfp] to mitigate allergic reactions, including anaphylaxis, that may occur with accidental exposure to peanuts. Treatment with Palforzia may be initiated in individuals ages 4 through 17 years with a confirmed diagnosis of peanut allergy and may be continued in individuals 4 years of age and older. Those who take Palforzia must continue to avoid peanuts in their diets….

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Dupixent available for asthma patients 12 and older

Dupixent (Dupilumab),  is a monoclonal antibody designed for the treatment of allergic diseases such as eczema and asthma by blockage of IL-4Rα, dupilumab modulates signaling of both the interleukin 4 and interleukin 13 pathways, which are allergic pathways.

Indicated for 12 and older for asthma, contact our office if you are interested in a non-steroidal treatment for your child’s moderate to severe asthma.

Changes in Shot hours

Monday: 1-4:00pm
Tuesday: 9-11:30am & 1- 4:30pm
Thursday: 9-11:30am & 1-4:30pm                                                                            Friday: 7:30-9am 

Closed Monday, January 20th for MLK day.

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CHANGE in [Regular shots hours- Tuesdays and Thursdays end at 4;30 pm  please arrive by 4:25pm. Unless modified above]* check for updates for changes in hours.

If these hours do not work with your schedule, please ask our front desk staff for the names of allergists where you can receive your injections. Some primary care offices will administer them as well as some urgent care centers.  This will require a visit with the allergist and if approved then you may receive your allergy injections only there. Your allergy and asthma care will still remain with our office.

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Peanut OIT Aimmune had late breaking news!

At the recent AAAAI allergy national and international meeting in Orlando had many highlights including the late breaking news that AIMMUNE the company researching and producing the peanut oral immunotherapy showed that 67% of the patients being treated were able to tolerate 600mg (about 2 peanuts) without severe reaction! Hoping this treatment will be FDA approved by 2019 and on the market by 2019-2020! Finally an FDA safe and effective treatment for peanut allergic patients may be just around the corner.

Odactra-Dustmite allergy treatment is available!

For patients with dust mite allergy who are looking to lessen their dust mite allergy symptoms without medication should consider Odactra, a sublingual tablet of concentrated dustmite protein to help teach your body’s immune system to tolerate dust mites. The first dose is taken in the office and then at home! It’s covered by insurance plans. See if you are a candidate, call to make an appointment (703) 558-6040.

Prevent peanut allergy

For infants at high risk, meaning they have eczema, food allergy, sibling with food allergy (especially peanut) or parents with allergies, the LEAP study showed that early introduction of peanut prevented a peanut allergy in most infants.

We offer an evaluation for these high-risk patients and if negative, then we can start patients safely on this preventative therapy and if borderline peanut reaction on allergy skin test, can offer a peanut challenge in the office.

Proper evaluation, dosing and frequency is important to make this therapy successful.