Dr. Randall F. Humphreys and his staff welcome you to The Allergy, Asthma, & Sinus Center. Within the pages of this website, you will find answers to the questions you should always ask before selecting an allergist, and learn what makes Dr. Humphreys one of the region’s most sought after specialists.
With more than 22 years of experience, Dr. Humphreys is one of the area’s most qualified physicians offering state-of-the-art technology for the treatment of allergies and progressive medications for those suffering with allergies that affect the nose, eyes, lungs, lining of the stomach, sinuses, throat, and skin.
It is widely known that our area of Florida plays havoc with the immune system of people who suffer from allergies due to the humid, tropical environment. Contact Dr. Humphreys to get to the source of your allergy problems and get a prompt treatment plan to bring you the relief you so desperately need. (Dr. Humphreys is on most health insurance approved lists; however, it is wise for you to check with your provider prior to scheduling an appointment at our center.)
The topic of allergies seems to be all over the news these days. From children whose lives can be threatened by peanuts or peanut butter to people who have had serious, or deadly, reactions to insect stings—you can’t be too careful regarding the correct diagnosis and treatment, along with management, of allergies. Food and insect stings are only two of the most common allergies, which also include: dust, pollen, animal dander, mold, and Latex...Read More
All too often, Asthma isn’t properly diagnosed. Unfortunately, there are “masqueraders” of this condition like excess body fat, edema (associated with congestive heart failure, pulmonary hypertension, or heart disease), undetected sinusitis and its associated issues, and even COPD. So, you need to make certain that you have scheduled an appointment with a board-certified allergist who should be able to obtain a proper diagnosis and get your asthma under control...Read More
There are some conditions that “mimic” allergies, one of which is undetected sinusitis. Sinusitis is an inflammation of the nasal sinuses, which are located immediately behind the eyes and between the check bones. There are two types of sinusitis: Acute and Chronic. So how do you know if you have sinusitis or “just a cold”?Read More