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Allergy and Immunology on Madison

Allergy and Immunology on Madison (AIM) is a New York City based medical practice that specializes in treating patients with allergies, asthma and immunodeficiency. Committed to offering treatment using the latest medical developments in the field, AIM distinguishes itself as a leader with a proven track record. Excellent patient care is the mission of AIM. With years of experience as an expert in the study and treatment of asthma and allergy symptoms, Dr. Evelyn Tolston's medical credentials qualify her as an accomplished physician that is sought after for speaking engagements and medical consultations. 

Dr. Evelyn Tolston

Patients can rest assured that they are being treated by one of the best Allergist New York physicians available when they visit the AIM office. Dr. Tolston is listed as one of the Best Doctor's in New York Metro Area, landing on the prestigious Castle and Connolly list. Additionally, The New York Times recognized Dr. Tolston on its Super Doctors list. The accolades continue with her also earning a spot as one of the physicians recognized as one of the New York Top Doctors. 

Allergist New York, Dr. Tolston is on the staff of New York University Hospital. She is trained as a specialist to diagnose the causes of asthma and allergy symptoms. Her extensive training extends to allergies, sinusitis, bronchial asthma and other conditions. 

Why Choose an Allergist New York

As a leader in her field, Dr. Evelyn Tolston is the person to see when you need expert advice about an allergy or immunology disorder. When the goal is to feel better and stop the suffering, you can't afford to waste time with generalists. Even the most well-intentioned General Practitioner will admit that a specialist is more qualified to give a diagnosis and treatment recommendation. When you consider ongoing research, new treatment plans and holistic healing options, only a specialist has the up-to-date knowledge necessary for providing the best available care.

Asthma and Allergy Symptoms You Shouldn't Ignore

One of the main reasons allergies go untreated for so long in many cases is due to the fact that allergy symptoms often mimic the symptoms of other conditions. For this reason many people suffer for much longer than necessary under the impression that headaches are normal or that the scratchy throat and congestion are simply signs of a cold. Anyone who suffers from any of the following conditions for an extended period of time should consult with AIM. It is important to recognize that some asthma and allergy episodes can be life threatening and need immediate attention.

  • Runny Nose
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  • Migraine Headaches
  • Heartburn
  • Dry Skin
  • Abdominal Bloating
  • Occasional Cheat Pain
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Dandruff
  • Skin Rash or Hives
  • Racing Heart
  • Congestion That Lingers Longer than a Cold
  • Frequent Infections

Stop the Suffering 

Allergy and Immunology on Madison takes appointments Monday through Friday and will schedule an appointment quickly. Most of the time an appointment can be made for the same day. AIM makes every effort to get a patient into the office as soon as possible with a goal to stop the suffering, sooner rather than later. The good news is that patients get answers fast after testing so they can start feeling better right away.

  • You can reach us by phone, e-mail or fax with questions or appointment requests.
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General Services

  • Hospital consultations
  • Same-day appointments usually available
  • Offices located in or near local hospitals
  • Bilingual staff
  • Multilingual staff
  • We bill most major insurance carriers
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