Allergy care... completely reinvented
The most innovative and comprehensive center to test and treat allergies, asthma, and eczema for all ages.
Visit our beautiful, hypoallergenic space in New York City for in-person consultations and treatment.
176 3rd Ave (between E 17th St and E 16th St)
“We believe every patient deserves access to cutting-edge medicine AND a great customer experience. Come in and see what all the buzz is about!”
Dr. Kenneth Chahine
Long-term relief is our goal
We partner with you to stop your allergic reactions. Train your body to tolerate your allergies with clinically-backed treatments made for you.
We respect your schedule
Get tested and evaluated in the clinic. Get treated from home.
We make the experience enjoyable
Our office is designed for maximum efficiency, safety, comfort and functionality.
We make decisions together
Our goal is to empower you with cutting-edge scientific information, and together, make a treatment plan that fits your lifestyle and budget.
We are Nectar and we are putting an end to allergies
2What we test for
Allergies come in many forms and can trigger multiple conditions. Along with a careful clinical history, we test for the allergens that are most relevant to you, to ensure the most effective treatment.
3How we test
Skin prick testing
A drop of specific environmental or food allergens is pricked or scratched onto the skin and monitored. The appearance of a small itchy bump may suggest an allergy to that substance.
Oral food challenges
A medical procedure where a food is eaten in small incremental amounts under medical supervision to diagnose or rule out a food allergy.
In specific circumstances, blood testing can also be utilized to identify certain environmental allergies and immediate food allergies.
A device used to assess lung function by calculating the volume and speed of airflow through the lung.
Allergies are an epidemic larger than depression, hypertension, and even diabetes
Don't mask your symptoms...treat them! Our goal is to identify and treat the root cause of your symptoms so that you can say goodbye to allergy symptoms
|If you notice
|you may have
Sneezing, watery eyes, runny nose
Hay fever or allergic rhinitis
Itching in mouth, rashes, swelling
Food allergy reactions
Hives, itching, or rashes on your skin
Trouble breathing or coughing
Allergies we can treat
5How we treat
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6Visit our experts
Our best-in-class physician team wants to work with you as an individual to find the best treatment plan for your particular lifestyle and needs. No two people are the same, so their allergy treatments shouldn’t be either!
Shyam Joshi, MD
Chief Medical & Scientific Officer
Akansha Ganju, MD
Dr. Akansha Ganju is a board-certified allergist and immunologist and Medical Director at the first Nectar Allergy Center clinic where she specializes in adults and children with allergic diseases. Dr. Ganju graduated from an accelerated, combined baccalaureate-M.D. program and received her medical degree from Northeast Ohio Medical University. She is board-certified in internal medicine and completed her residency at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. She went on to complete her allergy and immunology fellowship at UCLA and the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System. Dr. Ganju has authored numerous publications in peer-reviewed journals, conducted both basic science and clinical research, and often presents at healthcare conferences. She is a member of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI), American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology (ACAAI), and New York Allergy and Asthma Society (NYAAS).
IN New york?
Visit our beautiful, hypoallergenic space in New York City for in-person consultations and treatment
176 3rd Ave (btwn E 17th St and E 16th St)
NY, New York 10003
If you have any other questions, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org