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Heather Scott, PA-C

Heather attended the University of Colorado Denver, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Biology.  She then received her Master of Medical Science and Master of Public Health degrees from Arcadia University, in Glenside, Pennsylvania.  Heather is a Colorado native and always knew she wanted to return home to serve the community where she grew up. Working in the allergy and asthma field gives Heather the opportunity to combine her love of medicine with her background in public health.  She is able to focus on disease management, as well as patient education to improve the quality of life of her patients, and enable them to take a proactive role in their health.

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Wisdom From Heather Scott, PA-C

Halloween Food Allergy Safety


Halloween is typically a time for kids to dress up in their favorite costume, trick-or-treat, and eat way too much candy.  However, for others it is a time of increased stress and anxiety.  Many of the candies we come to love during the Halloween season contain the top allergens:  milk, egg, peanut and tree nuts. ... Read more »

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Do I Need an Antibiotic?


With cold and flu season in strong force, the question of if an antibiotic is necessary is important to address.  The majority of the time, an upper respiratory infection (URI), or “the common cold”, is a virus.  There are over 200 sub types of viruses that can cause an URI, the most common is a... Read more »

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Pollen Count in Colorado

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Pollen counts are updated 2-3 times per week. Pollen counts are not monitored during the winter season.

The results for me have been truly amazing.

“I think that I was pretty close to the worst case scenario, but I would, and have, strongly recommended Colorado Allergy and Asthma to others who suffer from Allergies. The results for me have been truly amazing. It’s hard to envision life without the misery of allergy symptoms until they are gone. I feel like a completely different person.” – Ted G.

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Allergy & Asthma Insights

Exercise-Induced Asthma

11.23.2021 | Ryan Buckley, MD

Exercise-induced bronchospasm (EIB; also called exercise-induced asthma) describes the onset of respiratory symptoms including shortness of breath, chest tightness...
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Flu Shot during COVID-19

09.07.2021 | Monica B. Reddy, MD

Influenza, or the “flu”, is a contagious, respiratory viral illness that can infect the nose, lungs and affect multiple...
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3 Things You Can Do to Help Your Child Transition Back to School

08.11.2021 | Erin E. Kempe, DO

There is always a bit of angst around the start of school, particularly for parents and students who deal...
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Interesting Food Allergy Facts

07.15.2021 | Nicole Mezo, PA-C

Ever wondered how all of these food allergies tie together? We deal in this stuff everyday and we just...
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