Dr. Ivor Emanuel is Board Certified and brings his 30 years of experience to San Francisco ENT & Allergy.
Dr Emanuel’s expertise in the state of the art Management of nasal and sinus disease, allergy and asthma, enables him to provide the latest innovations in the management of these conditions to his patients.
Dr Emanuel is considered a national expert in the field of sublingual immunotherapy and allergy blood testing, having used these methodologies for over 25 years. He was a consultant for Phadia diagnostics, the developer of the allergy blood test, ImmunoCap, from 1986 – 1994. He has been a medical consultant for Blue Shield of Northern California and has sat on the Otolaryngology and Allergy Advisory Boards for numerous organizations.
Dr. Emanuel received his medical degree at the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa. He completed his otolaryngology residency at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City and a head and neck surgical fellowship at the University of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Stuffy nose, runny nose, sneezing, coughing, and red and scratchy eyes - these allergy symptoms mean it’s time for allergy season once again. Allergies can strike at any season, both inside and outside of the house.
A boiled sesame seed bagel may seem like a delicious breakfast to some, but a nightmare to those with a sesame allergy. While you may not have heard about a sesame seed allergy before, you might hear a lot more about this food allergy soon.
As a certified allergist, I often use elimination diets as a tool to help diagnose food allergy and find food intolerances. Here, I’ll explain how elimination diets work, how they should be integrated with food allergy testing, and the process I use to advise an efficient elimination diet plan with my patients.
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imaware™ provides laboratory testing for wellness monitoring, informational, and educational use.
*Our tests are not intended to diagnose any conditions - only your healthcare provider can make that determination.