Let us help you with rashes, itches, sneezes and wheezes
Respiratory: Asthma, Chronic Cough, Wheezes, Chest Congestion & Shortness of Breath.
Nasal Symptoms: Congestion, Sneezing, Sinus Pressure, Itchy Eyes, & Headaches.
Skin Abnormalities: Hives, Rashes and General Itching to the Skin.
Allergy: Testing, Vaccination, Immunotherapy, Xolair Injections and Infusion Therapies.
Breathe easier, almost immediately.
Dr, Neuzil's Irrigator herbal enhanced nasal spray was developed by Ed Neuzil - founder of the Allergy, Sinus and Asthma Family Health Center.
This non-medicated, non addictive saline nasal spray formula includes natural essential oils that soothe and moisturize nasal passages for ages 4 - 104.
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eHealth Radio Netcork
When eHealth radio wants to know, they go to the source! Hear Ed's interview on the eHealth Radio Network and learn more about how he invented Dr. Neuzil's Irrigator Nasal Spray among other topics.
Natural Approaches to Stopping Sniffles
Everyone gets the sniffles now and then. Some more than others. Check out #allergies on Twitter and you’d be amazed by all of the sufferers! We want to educate people about the importance of good sinus health and the potential ease of achieving it. Chronic rhinitis sufferers may find alternatives – many non-medicated – that they hadn’t thought of.
Located about 100 yards south of The Villages golf car bridge just off Hwy 441/27, the Allergy, Sinus and Asthma Family Health Center is nestled among the majestic oak trees and completely Golf Car accessible.
The experienced staff offers flexible hours, and is dedicated to high caliber customer service to provide you the best possible office visit.
The staff – which has been together for quite some time – is extremely proud of its patient referrals and retention, so why not CALL TODAY, schedule your first visit and experience “The Experience You Need.”
According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, one lung disease that affects far more women than men is Asthma. Ed Neuzil, registered nurse practitioner at the Allergy, Sinus and Asthma Family Health Center explains Asthma and why women are more susceptible.