Yes, in many cases some or all of the cost of getting an allergy test can be covered by MSP or your medical benefits provider.
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Find the source of your allergies
Knowing where your allergies come from changes everything. It gives you clarity on how to prevent your symptoms, and direction on how to begin treating them at the source.
What Do We Test For?
COMPLETE REACTIVITY TESTING
It can take hours before sensitivities and allergic reactions are noticeable, making it hard for you to know what caused them.
By measuring the allergen-specific antibody load in your white blood cells, our serum tests check for both immediate and delayed reactions, ensuring you get accurate results that help you make better health choices.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
During your initial consultation with Dr. Emina, you’ll talk about your allergy and sensitivity experiences, and she’ll explain how the test works and what to expect.
After your consultation, you’ll book an in-house serum blood test. With it, Dr. Emina will check the antibody load in your white blood cells and ID the allergen(s) causing your symptoms.
Finally, you’ll review your results with Dr. Emina and learn how LDA or SLIT therapy can reduce your allergy symptoms.
Board-certified naturopathic expertise
With a scientific mind and a compassionate heart, Dr. Emina puts all the resources of naturopathic medicine into helping you achieve complete health. For her, it’s not just a test and a set of results — it’s the first step to helping people live full lives without allergies and sensitivities holding them back.
Common Allergy Testing Questions
How much does an allergy test cost?
The cost of an allergy test depends on the type of allergy test you receive and the number of allergens that you’re assessed for.
How do you get allergy tested?
We use what’s known as a serum allergy test. It’s conducted by drawing a small amount of blood from you, then analyzing it to measure the amount of allergen-specific antibodies in your white blood cells. This lets us determine which substances you’re allergic or sensitive towards.
Can allergies be cured?
Allergies can’t be “cured” with medication or surgery, but their effects can be controlled and reduced in some cases with low dose allergen immunotherapy (often shortened to LDA therapy) which gradually builds up the body’s tolerance.