Arcadia Asthma & Allergy Testing

San Tan Allergy & Asthma provides testing services and treatment for a wide variety of allergic and immunologic conditions. The doctors and physician assistants at San Tan Allergy & Asthma see patients for conditions involving the respiratory system including asthma, cough and sinus problems, and hay fever. We perform in-office skin testing and path testing in addition to treating eczema , allergic dermatitis, hives and angioedema. Also, San Tan Allergy & Asthma is one of the top testing facilities for food allergies and performs testing for food protein induced enterocolitis syndrome (FPIES). Our team is well-equipped to help manage patients with a variety of immune deficiencies. We offer a wide range of service throughout the valley including skin allergies treatment near Mesa, sinus problem in Gilbert, and our asthma specialist near Chandler are both caring and responsive toward your respiratory issues and other conditions.

Meet Our Providers

Neal Jain, MD

Jennifer Hill, MD

Heidi Schmidt, PA-C

Conditions We Treat


  • Allergic Rhinitis Hay Fever
  • Asthma
  • Cough Treatment
  • Sinus Problems


  • Allergic Contact Dermatitis
  • Angioedema
  • Urticaria/Hives
  • Eczema


  • Food Allergies and Intolerances
  • Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome


  • Immune Deficiency

Over 300 5 Star Reviews Across The Web

The Eczema Center at San Tan Allergy and Asthma is the first comprehensive eczema treatment center in Arizona. Our board certified physicians have extensive knowledge in the diagnosis and treatment of eczema and have high rates of success in achieving disease response and sustained improvement.

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4840 E. Indian School Rd.
Suite 101 Phoenix
AZ 85018

Office Hour

Monday & Wednesday: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
tuesday & Thursday: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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Bringing Light to Mastocytosis through Fitness and Healthy Living

One of San Tan Allergy & Asthma's patients was recently diagnosed with systemic mastocytosis, a rare disease which causes white blood cells to accumulate in various organs throughout the body. Competing for the title of Ms. Health and Fitness, Alexa ...
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Myth or Fact: Danger from Inhalation of Peanut Dust or Vapors

A recent research article was published in the Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology addressing several common questions regarding food allergy avoidance. One myth the researchers, Egan and Greenhawt (2018), addressed was that a danger exists from inhalation of peanut ...
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Finding Reputable Facts in a Sea of Misleading Information

With an overwhelming amount of information readily available to the public, the internet can be a tricky place to navigate when looking for credible information. Turning to Google or YouTube for quick answers to medical questions may lead you down ...
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Asthma Death Risk Warning Removed from ICS/LABA Drugs

"Asthma and COPD inhalers delivering fixed-dose combinations of inhaled corticosteroid (ICS) and long-acting beta agonists (LABA) drugs will no longer be required to carry a boxed warning about the possibility of asthma-related death associated with their use, the FDA said ...
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Some Food for Thought

New research is exploring the possibility that fructan, not gluten, may be responsible for improved symptoms in patients with non-celiac gluten sensitivity. Fructan is a carbohydrate found in wheat. In a recent blinded study involving 59 individuals on self-imposed gluten-free ...
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Auvi-Q Introduces Epinephrine Injector for Smaller Children

"The FDA has approved the first epinephrine auto-injector specifically designed for infants and small children weighing 16.5-33 pounds, kaléo, the device's manufacturer, announced Monday." This is exciting news as infants and small children will now have access to the potentially ...
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Are Allergies Impacting Your Work Performance?

A review article currently in press from the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice found that allergic rhinitis significantly impacts work performance and may also contribute to time lost from work. In this review, data was pooled from ...
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EpiPen Device Failures on the Rise

Unfortunately, there can be instances where a device or medication may fail to work, and as a result we need to be prepared to deal with that event. It means that patients should always have two devices just in case ...
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Recent Setbacks for Peanut Allergy Patch Maker

CNN recently posted the below article reporting on the disappointing results of the DBV Technologies late-stage clinical trail results for its patch vaccine, Viaskin Peanut. "The trial results were recently released (Phase 3, the final phase before FDA approval). It ...
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Utilization of FeNO Testing in Diagnosing and Treating Respiratory Conditions

A new study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, found, “…steroids are not effective for the treatment of acute chest infections in adults without asthma or COPD who do not require immediate antibiotic treatment”. The trial, which ...
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