Dr. Paluvoi's practice focuses on patients with allergic conditions such as nasal allergies, asthma, food allergies, eczema, insect sting allergies, acute and chronic hives, chronic sinus problems and immunological disorders.
Dr. Paluvoi graduated from a reputed medical university in India and then trained in pediatric health care in Jamaica and received Diploma in Child Health from University of West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica. After emigrating to USA he completed pediatric residency and fellowship in pediatric and adult Allergy & Immunology from Howard University Hospital, Washington, DC. Dr. Paluvoi is board certified in pediatrics, Pediatric and Adult Allergy & Immunology. Dr. Paluvoi's special interests include allergic asthma, food allergies and immune deficiencies. Dr. Paluvoi gave guest lectures at local hospitals grand rounds and round table conferences in his specialty. He has written several articles in local health journals regarding allergies.
Dr Paluvoi is a Fellow of American Academy of Pediatrics and a Fellow of American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology. He served as a CME Committee member of American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. He is a member of local allergy societies and also a consultant for Loudoun Allergy Network. Dr. Paluvoi resides in Northern Virginia with his physician spouse and has two college going kids.
Nancy has been an RN since 1981 and worked for 10 years at the Washington Hospital center on the Respiratory, Infectious Disease and Telemetry unit. She worked for 5 years in an Emergency Room as an RN and for 9 years in Internal Medicine practice. Nancy graduated from Marymount University as a Family Nurse Practitioner in 2003, and has worked for the past ten (10) years with a Government agency in an occupational health clinic. we are very happy to have Nancy with our practice.
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Allergy and Asthma Affiliates specializes in diagnosing and treating conditions of nasal allergies, food allergies, asthma, chronic sinus problems, stinging insect allergies, medication allergies, chronic sinus problems, immune deficiencies in children and adults.
Lyme Disease is on the rise in Northern Virginia and doctors say it is key to know how to prevent contraction.
Lyme Disease is caused by a bacteria infection transmitted to humans by black-legged ticks, according to the Centers for Disease Control.
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Lyme disease is prevalent in Northern Virginia, and local immunologist Dr. Srinagesh Paluvoi cautions his patients to be aware of ticks when outdoors.
â€œWe see a lot more cases of tick bites and Lyme Disease in the summer, when more people have their skin exposed and are spending more time with outdoor activities,â€ said Paluvoi, who practices in Gainesville and Leesburg. â€œPrevention of Lyme disease is key, knowing what to look for, and more importantly, how to prevent the initial tick bite.â€
Paluvoi recommends these top 10 tips to help avoid tick bites: