At Dakota Allergy & Asthma it is our priority to ensure you have the resources and information you need to make the best decisions regarding your allergies or asthma. Whether you are a new patient or been with us for years, these resources are here to help you become more informed. Additional information can be found on our Blog or on our FAQ page.
If your are a new patient, the new patient forms will be important for you to fill out prior to your first visit. The Dakota Allergy & Asthma representative that you schedule your appointment with will direct you to the forms you need. If you have questions, please call us and we’d be happy to assist.
If you or a loved one has a medical emergency, please dial 911. For all other questions or concerns, please call us at 605-336-6385.
No one has time to suffer from allergies. Follow Doctor Bubak’s 3 steps and you will be on your way to finding relief from your allergies!
DO I NEED TO SEE
Do you suffer from Allergic Rhinitis? This road map will lead you down the right path to find relief from your allergy symptoms.
A Six Food Family Avoidance Diet for Eosinophilic Esophagitis, provides complete meal plans to eliminate potential allergens.
ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ATOPIC DERMATITIS
This resource on Atopic Dermatitis provides helpful tips on how to manage this often frustrating condition.
ASTHMA SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENT
Become more familiar with your asthma and its treatment because the more you know, the better you can manage it.
WHEN TO GET
Use this resource to help determine when you should get follow up care for your asthma and follow-up with your physician.
Recording your peak flow over time helps you detect changes in your airway that can help you intervene before your experience an asthma attack.
METERED DOSE INHALER INSTRUCTIONS
Follow these guidelines to help you use your MDI properly to get the most benefit from your medication.
This activity book is filled with fun puzzles and games
as well as coloring pages. This is a fun way for kids to get acquainted with allergies and asthma.
Use these allergy awareness tags to note which allergens are contained in your snacks or to specify specially made snacks that don’t include specific allergens.
These wrappers will give a decorative touch to cupcakes. The matching flags are customizable to call out ingredients that others could be allergic to.
This fun and easy craft project is perfect for you or your kids, Use them to keep track of inhalers or to keep a medication bottle safe.
No sewing required!