New Patient Guide
Before Your First Visit
Please visit our Patient Portal and fill out the New Patient Forms before your first visit.
What To Bring For Your First Visit
(1) Some form of identification like a driver’s license or an ID card
(2) Your current insurance card
(3) Physician referral forms (if required by your insurance carrier)
(4) Any past records, including blood tests, past allergy testing, recent imaging or other relevant documents.
What To Expect For Your First Visit
On your first visit, Dr. Cajigal will review your history, focusing on whatever your main concerns are. This is followed by a physical exam and diagnostic testing. The first visit typically lasts about 45 minutes to 1 hour and you can expect to leave with a detailed treatment plan that will improve your symptoms.
Allergy & Asthma Testing
Skin testing for allergies is usually performed on the first visit, but sometimes blood tests are ordered depending on the nature of your symptoms. Pulmonary function testing is typically performed as well if you have respiratory issues.
Important: Please discontinue antihistamines for 5 days prior to your visit with Dr. Cajigal if you are going to undergo skin testing. Decongestants without antihistamines may be taken. If you have any questions about antihistamines in your medication, please contact us for guidance. Skin testing is not guaranteed on your first visit.
- Sue D, July 2020
– Stephanie, August 2020
- Ann H, December 2018
- Stephen W, June 2020
Schedule Your Visit
We are currently accepting new adult and pediatric patients at St. Louis Family Allergy!
Reach out by phone, instant message, email, or the submission form below to schedule your visit. Same day appointments available.
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