A Pediatric allergist is specially trained to prevent, diagnose, and treat allergies and immunologic disorders in children of all ages. We offer cutting-edge management options for a wide variety of allergic diseases and immunologic disorders.

​We have a commitment to excellence when it comes to the level of care we provide!


Food allergy is our passion. Halton pediatric allergy strives towards assisting with early introductions, accurate diagnostics and is among the first and largest Canadian pediatric allergy clinic to offer private practice oral immunotherapy for foods.


Symptoms of itchy, water eyes, runny nose, nasal congestion and sneezing can occur seasonally, year round or with exposure to certain pets. This condition can impair daily functioning or sleep. Diagnosis is simple, and there are a number of management strategies even at an early age. 


Asthma is a condition in the lungs where there is inflammation of the bronchi.  Bronchi are also called breathing tubes or airways.  The inflammation causes the symptoms of shortness of breath, chest tightness, wheezing, coughing and production of mucus or sputum.  


Acute and chronic itchy skin rashes which may be related to allergies or indicate the potential to develop other allergic conditions in future. Allergists can assist in evaluating the cause and learning management and prevention strategies.

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Medication reactions can mean allergy and avoidance is necessary until appropriate evaluation can be completed. Thankfully testing is straightforward and provides key information to help with future medication use.

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At Halton Pediatric Allergy we are proud to participate in clinical research and are a registered trial site. Read more about current sponsored research trials that are enrolling within our practice. 

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COVID Vaccine administration now available on-site. Pediatric appointments for children age 12-17.

No referral needed.