During your initial office visit, your doctor will carefully review both your personal and family health history, along with your current symptoms. In order to confirm your doctor’s initial diagnosis, further allergy testing may be scheduled.

When avoidance of allergens and over-the-counter or prescription medications do not successfully control your allergy symptoms, your physician at Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeons of Western New England may suggest pursuing immunotherapy.

We offer immunotherapy in two very different but effective forms – shots and drops. Through either shots (injection therapy) or drops (sublingual immunotherapy or SLIT), your doctor can change your response to the allergen or allergens that are causing you problems. Both shots and drops work by desensitizing the patient to the allergens in question.


SLIT(Sublingual Immunotherapy) Refills

online ordering

Home page of website and click on

Pay  My Bill Now

account number- enter SLIT

verify account number- enter SLIT


  • Due to the recent coronavirus outbreak, we ask that you NOT come in to the office for allergy injections if you have a fever or cough that started within the last 14 days.
  • Do not bring family members to your allergy injection visit.
  • You must wear a mask or facial covering.
  • You must have an up to date epipen.
  • Please do not arrive for allergy injections more than 10 minutes before the clinic opens.

Week of October 19th- October 23rd, 2020

Tuesday (in the Springfield Office)

9am to 12pm     and

1pm to 4pm

Wednesday (in the Springfield Office only - Northampton office closed temporarily)

9am  to 12pm     and

1pm to 4pm

Thursday (in the Springfield Office)

9am to 12pm     and

1pm to 5:30pm ******


Friday (in the Springfield office)

9am to 12pm     and

1pm to 3pm  *****


Please call 413-233-2056 for a recorded message that is updated weekly with any changes in clinic hours.