Stop suffering from eczema and itchy skin.

We don’t just treat the symptoms. We search for the underlying cause.

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Our Award-Winning Doctors are Highly Certified

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Everyone’s Symptoms are Different

Do you or your children suffer from skin rashes?

Everyone’s symptoms manifest differently based on the severity of your allergy and what you are allergic to. If you’ve experienced the following symptoms, it’s time to consider allergy testing.

Difficult to manage eczema

Dry and cracked skin

Chronic hives

Chemical or irritant reactions

Redness or raised itchy bumps

Intermittent skin rashes

Frequently Asked Questions


Do you take insurance?

Yes! We are in network with most insurance companies. Call your insurance company to confirm.


Can I be tested for specific allergens, like nickel?

We can test for as little as 1 allergen or do a full panel. This will be dependent on your symptoms and your needs.


How do I know what to be tested for?

You don’t need to come in knowing what allergens to test for. You tell us about what you’re experiencing and your symptoms and the doctor will assess which ones make the most sense for you to be tested for.


Will it hurt?

In case you do require patch testing, it is not painful and will feel like band-aids on your back.


How long does the initial appointment take?

Depending on the amount of allergens we are testing for, it could take up to 2 hours.


What does a typical treatment course look like?

Once your allergen (s) are identified, your doctor will outline a specific plan of action for how to avoid common triggers and how to treat them in the event of an exposure.

What Does Testing Look Like?

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Skin Test

You may undergo a procedure called patch testing, where different chemical triggers are placed on your back to help identify what you are reacting to.

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Assessing The Results

Once your results are back, the doctor will discuss what you are allergic to and how to treat your symptoms.

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Course of Action

You will be given a plan to manage your allergies. This could range from simple environmental management to more complex therapies. Each plan is tailored to individual patient needs.

Book An Appointment

Hours vary by location. Please call 402-262-4200 to find out clinic hours and injection hours.

Meet Our Doctors

All of our doctors are certified by the American Board of Allergy and Clinical Immunology

Jaine Brownell, M.D.

Jeffrey S. Nelson, M.D.

Jeffrey S. Nelson, M.D.

Thomas C. Nilsson, M.D.

Thomas C. Nilsson, M.D.

Ebrahim Shakir, M.D.

Ebrahim Shakir, M.D.

Teodoro Segura, M.D. Ph. D

Teodoro Segura, M.D. Ph. D