Allergy testing offered at Full Spectrum Family Medicine is unique in several ways. Inhalants like dust, ragweed, and molds are tested with a technique called Serial Endpoint Titration (SET). The testing is done on the upper arm and the testing reveals not only if a patient is allergic, but specifically how allergic. Therefore, an allergy serum can be produced that is highly specific to each patient with results seen in a matter of weeks. Patients can expect to see improvements in sinus headaches and asthma, have less nasal and throat congestion, and experience fewer sinus and bronchial infections.