Please note: only the patient being seen will be allowed in the clinic. We will accommodate 1 parent/guardian with pediatric patients. Also - face coverings are required while in the clinic. Our Edina clinic is now permanently closed.

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Dr. Berman Explaining How Nurtec Can Help for Migraines

Watch the video below with Dr. Gary Berman explaining how Nurtec can help for migraines. Learn more on the Twin Cities Live Website.
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Edina Clinic Closing Effective October 1, 2020

Effective October 1, 2020 we will be closing our Edina location due to the Covid 19 pandemic. We have enjoyed serving you, your family and the Edina community. It is our desire to continue to care for you and your families. We look forward to seeing you either at our Minneapolis or Plymouth locations. We have schedules at both locations for your convenience.
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Dr. Gary Berman explains signs of COVID-19 vs. spring allergies

Gary D. Berman, M.D.

“Patients don’t really know the difference between shortness of breath from COVID-19 vs. shortness of breath from increased allergies. So patients are very concerned,” said Dr. Gary Berman, a physician at Allergy & Asthma Specialists, which has offices in Minneapolis, Plymouth and Edina.    
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Dr. Hemalini Mehta Speaks about chemicals used in clothing

Hemalini Mehta, M.D.

Delta Airlines is launching a new uniform program after hundreds of complaints about their current clothing causing health problems. Provider Dr. Hemalini Mehta speaks on this topic and explains why certain chemicals and dyes used in clothing can cause health problems, including skin rashes and breathing difficulties.      
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Five Things You Need to Know About Spring Allergies

What is an allergy

Kare 11 covers a story about allergy specialist Dr. Allan Stillerman who shares five tips on spring allergies. Dr. Allan Stillerman, Twin Cities Allergy & Asthma Specialist & member of the Clinical Research Institute, shares tips on what an allergy is, when the allergy season starts, why they're a problem, how to treat allergies, and why you should see a specialist.
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Doctors are hopeful about a new peanut allergy drug

peanut allergy drug offers hope

Fox 9 covers a story about a new treatment that may help millions of peanut allergy sufferers. Twin Cities Allergy & Asthma Specialist Dr. Allan Stillerman, who is also a member of the Clinical Research Institute, currently has seven peanut allergy patients enrolled in the trial testing of a new drug option. Although this new drug will not be a cure for peanut allergy sufferers, it will help build tolerance to peanuts over time.
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New Migraine Medicine Is Promising

Emgality migraine medicine

Dr. Berman was interviewed last Thursday on the newest migraine medicine. Our research division has completed several recent migraine studies. This product is the latest in a number of exciting developments in the prevention and treatment of migraine headaches.
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It’s Allergy Season

Now that it's spring, it's also allergy season. With most of Minnesota's pollen count being moderate to high, according to Pollen.com, that means many people are suffering from allergies. Take a look at what Dr. Gary Berman has to say about this year's allergies and how you can help minimize the impact.
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Tips to Prepare for Allergy Season from Kare 11 News

spring trees

KARE 11 News at 10 (Recorded Apr 9, 2018, Allergy season) from Raguse family on Vimeo. The snow and cold in Minnesota has held down pollen counts, but allergy season is ready as soon as things bloom. MINNEAPOLIS - If you look closely, the trees have buds just waiting to open up. And when they finally do, and when the snow finally melts, the pollen will begin flying through the air "We're waiting for it to start," said Dr. Gary Berman of Allergy & Asthma Specialists. Dr. Berman says the weather has delayed things, but there's no stopping allergy season. And if you're someone
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Prevention of Peanut Allergy

Recent research has found that early introduction of peanut during infancy may reduce the risk of developing food allergy. Read Dr. Nancy Ott’s article for more information.
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