Locations.


Medical Center/Astrodome
7707 Fannin, Suite 100
Houston, Texas 77054
713.797.0993

Pasadena/Clear Lake
4600 Fairmont Parkway, Suite 107
Pasadena, Texas 77504
281.991.6750

Pearland/Friendswood/Alvin
10223 Broadway (FM 518), Suite L
Pearland, Texas 77584
713.436.9009

Park Plaza/Museum District *
1200 Binz, Suite 180
Houston, Texas 77004
713.522.9911

Operating as Houston Allergy
and Asthma Clinic
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New patients.


Patient Sign In

Once you create an account, you will be able to Request Appointments, Renew Prescriptions, complete Health Forms, make Bill Payments, or submit Questions or Requests. Current patients can also access their Patient Page and Messages.

If you prefer to print and fill out our Health Forms by hand, go to Patient Registration Forms.

Visiting from
out of town.


Patients from around the world visit the Texas Medical Center for unsurpassed medical care. At The Allergy Clinic, we often treat family members of patients who come to Methodist, St. Luke's or MD Anderson. Many of our patients travel to Houston from Mexico, Central America and the Middle East, as well as rural Texas and Louisiana, just to seek treatment with us.

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Some of the conditions we diagnose and treat.


Asthma
Environmental allergies
Food allergies
Eye allergies
Pet allergies
Aspirin allergy
Contact dermatitis
Pollen allergy
Chronic cough

Sneezing. Wheezing. Runny nose. Throat clearing. Chronic cough.


These are just a few of the symptoms of both allergies and asthma. If you or your children suffer from allergies, asthma, hay fever, sinusitis, rashes, hives, or reactions to foods, insect stings, or drugs, the allergists at The Allergy Clinic can help. We will work to develop the optimum strategy for treatment and relief of your symptoms, then prescribe the proper balance of prevention, medications and allergy shots or drops to achieve maximum clinical benefit.

Why are allergies so much worse these days?


300 years ago, we didn’t have clean drinking water. Municipal water treatment began in the early 1800’s. Our immune systems were always busy fighting cholera, typhoid, etc. 100 years ago, we didn’t have antibiotics. We spent more time dealing with bacteria and parasites. And, 50 years ago we didn’t all have wall-to-wall carpeting and spend 90 percent of our time indoors. read more...

Combating allergies and asthma.


At The Allergy Clinic, you're assured of a complete allergy evaluation by nationally-recognized experts. One of our most effective diagnostic tools is listening – letting you tell us about your lifestyle, habits, activities and symptoms. When appropriate, we also conduct tests to determine if you have allergic reactions to specific allergens.

If something is confusing, we will carefully explain it, in language you can understand. We emphasize patient education because we realize there is a lot of confusion about allergies, and how they can be treated. As board certified specialists in adult and pediatric allergy, asthma and immunology, we are armed with the latest advances in the diagnosis and treatment of allergies and asthma, balanced with the common sense that comes from years of experience.

Allergy Clinic Staff

What is an allergist?


Allergists, such as the physicians at The Allergy Clinic, are medical specialists in the treatment of allergic diseases and related conditions. Any physician may treat allergic diseases; however, our board-certified allergists/immunologists have the advanced training and experience in the techniques of determining what causes an allergic reaction and how best to solve the problem.

All of our board-certified allergists have credentials in at least two specialties, and have completed specialty training in either internal medicine or pediatrics, with Board Certification in that specialty, followed by additional training for two or more years studying the science, cause, diagnosis, and treatment of allergic and related diseases. Certification by the American Board of Allergy & Immunology requires not only approved training, but also successful completion of a challenging written examination.

Serving our patients for over fifty years.


Dr. Joseph I. Engler founded The Allergy Clinic in Houston in 1956. His son, Dr. David B. Engler, joined the practice in 1991, Dr. Alnoor A. Malick in 1996, and Dr. Sunil K. Saraf in 2008. All three of whom are Board Certified by the American Board of Allergy & Immunology. To learn more about The Allergy Clinic, and the physicians and staff, view this video.