Welcome to the Fairfax Allergy, Asthma and Sinus Clinic,
a full-service allergy and asthma care center specializing in advanced
treatment of allergic and immunologic diseases. Our dedicated, friendly
staff of physicians and medical professionals are well experienced in
the diagnosis, treatment, and care of pediatric and adult patients with
allergic diseases. Fairfax Allergy, Asthma and Sinus Clinic provides patients with the newest advances in medicine to better manage their diseases and improve their quality of life.
Fairfax Allergy moved in May, 2013!
We are pleased to announce that Fairfax Allergy,
Asthma and Sinus Clinic moved to our
new state-of-the-art facility in Pender Village,
only 1 mile from our previous location. Pender
Village is just off Rt. 50, where the Harris
Teeter supermarket is located. Our suite
"A" is located on the back side of the 3903
building, next door to The Little Gym, at street
level. You can enter directly from the
parking area, so don't enter the building lobby
where the green "3903" awning is located--there
is no access to our suite from the interior lobby!
The new address is:
3903-A Fair Ridge Drive
Fairfax, VA 22033
Things to look
- New building and new everything!
- Ample parking just
steps from the front door!
- Lots of space! 30% bigger than our previous
- Designed from the inception to be an allergy and
- Six big screens and WiFi to keep you entertained!
- Shopping and restaurants within walking distance!
News and Updates
Dr. Johnson named in Northern
Virginia Magazine "Top Doctors 2014."
Guess who made the "Top Doctors" listing in the
February edition of Northern Virginia Magazine!
Dr. Johnson and staff are proud to share the
Updated allergy shot and clinic
hours in our Woodbridge office beginning winter, 2014.
We will be making changes
to clinic and allergy shot hours in the Woodbridge
location beginning Dec 4, 2014. Please see Hours and Location for more info...
CDC Releases Guidelines for
Managing Food Allergies in Schools
This is a hot topic.
Many school districts have implemented protocols for
dealing with this important issue.
Unfortunately, protocols vary widely between schools
and school districts. The CDC has recently
released new recommendations regarding managing food
allergies in schools. More information is
Children with Food Allergies
Targeted by Bullies
More than thirty percent of
children with food allergies are reported to
have been bullied. More...
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