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ARIZONA´S TOP-RATED ALLERGISTS ARE
EXPANDING INTO THE ARCADIA NEIGHBORHOOD!
Dr. Neal Jain and Dr. Jennifer Hill are board-certified specialists in Allergy and Immunology. Both trained at the #1 Respiratory Hospital in the world, National Jewish Health, which is also the only facility dedicated exclusively to the treatment of respiratory, cardiac, allergy and immune related disorders. Both Dr. Jain and Dr. Hill are nationally recognized experts in their field who remain actively involved in research and believe in using the latest scientific evidence and technology to guide their treatment decisions in order to provide you and your family the best care possible.
Both Dr. Jain and Dr. Hill are Arizona natives and Arcadia residents who are looking forward to sharing their experience and expertise with their neighbors. They will continue to provide individualized, high-quality allergy care at their sister affiliate practice, San Tan Allergy & Asthma, in Gilbert.
Dr. Jennifer Hill grew up in Mesa, Arizona. She completed her medical education at the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Tucson and completed her Internal Medicine residency at Banner University Medical Center.
Dr. Neal Jain is an Arizona native. He obtained his medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin and subsequently trained in Pediatrics at Phoenix Children’s Hospital where he served as a chief resident during 2001-2002.
Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE) is a recognized chronic allergic/immune condition. A person with EoE will have inflammation of the esophagus. The esophagus is the tube that sends food from the mouth to the stomach.
In EoE, large numbers of white blood cells called eosinophils are found in the tissue of the esophagus. Normally there are no eosinophils in the esophagus. The symptoms of EoE vary with age. In infants and toddlers, you may notice that they refuse their food or are not growing properly. School-age children often have recurring abdominal pain, trouble swallowing or vomiting. Teenagers and adults most often have difficulty swallowing, particularly dry or dense, solid foods. The esophagus can narrow to the point that food gets stuck. This is called food impaction and it is a medical emergency.
Allergist and gastroenterologists are seeing many more patients with EoE. this is due to an increased incidence of EoE and greater physician awareness. EoE is considered to be a chronic condition and is not outgrown.
If you feel that you may be having symptoms of EoE please contact our office to schedule an appointment with one of our providers
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