September 11, 2021

What Is The Main Cause Of Asthma?

Asthma is a chronic condition that affects both children and adults. The illness is non-communicable and affects the airway muscles causing them to tighten. People experience […]
August 13, 2021

What Are the Best Ways to Treat a Sinus Infection?

According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), sinus infections (sinusitis) affect roughly 30 million people each year. And based on the severity of the infection, […]
July 24, 2021

Signs Your Child May Have Asthma

The statistics for the number of children with asthma are alarming; according to the CDC, roughly one in every twelve children under the age of seventeen […]
June 14, 2021

What Are Food Allergies?

What are food allergies? The answer may surprise you. A food allergy is an allergic reaction to one or more types of foods. Most common food […]
May 10, 2021

What Are the Symptoms of Allergies?

What are the symptoms of allergies? For the most part, what people generally think of as allergy symptoms, like itchy eyes and sneezing, are actually signs […]
April 7, 2021

How Does Wildfire Smoke Affect Asthma?

Wildfire smoke can cause asthma attacks for those who are susceptible to it. This is a particular problem for those who live in rural areas where […]
March 9, 2021

Do You Have an Allergy-Friendly Home?

How is your home? Do you have an allergy-friendly home? Most people, if they had to clean up a disgusting house with allergies in it, would […]
February 9, 2021

Do Cold Temperatures Trigger Your Asthma?

Asthma can have any number of triggers which will cause a flare-up or full-blown asthma attack. With an estimated 25 million people diagnosed with asthma in […]
January 9, 2021

What Is The Difference Between Food Allergy and Food Intolerance

One of the basic needs of human beings is food. You cannot survive without food because it is the source of nourishment and energy. Our bodies […]

Allergy Asthma and Sinus Center, PC has transitioned to a new practice management computer system effective May 23, 2022. We are asking everyone to be patient with our staff as they are learning this new software.

The AASC staff will need all patients to bring your insurance card(s) and photo ID (such as drivers license) to your next visit so we can scan this information into your account. You will be assigned a new account number and will also need to update your demographic information and sign a new HIPAA form each year.

Please be prepared to pay your co-pay, co-insurance and any remaining balance remaining on your account on each visit.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as AASC continues to serve our patients in all of our practice locations in Florence, Surfside, Little River, and Sumter.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO OUR PATIENTS:

Allergy Asthma and Sinus Center, PC has transitioned to a new practice management computer system effective May 23, 2022. We are asking everyone to be patient with our staff as they are learning this new software.

The AASC staff will need all patients to bring your insurance card(s) and photo ID (such as drivers license) to your next visit so we can scan this information into your account. You will be assigned a new account number and will also need to update your demographic information and sign a new HIPAA form each year.

Please be prepared to pay your co-pay, co-insurance and any remaining balance remaining on your account on each visit.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as AASC continues to serve our patients in all of our practice locations in Florence, Surfside, Little River, and Sumter.

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO OUR PATIENTS: