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Welcome to Fort Wayne Allergy and Asthma Consultants

Fort Wayne Allergy and Asthma Consultants specializes in diagnosis and treatment of allergic disorders, and asthma. The practice was founded by Dr. C. William Goebel in 1950, who was joined by Dr. Peter Rothman in 1976. Dr. Naresh Patel joined the practice in 2000 and Dr. Adam Updegraff joined in 2017. Dr. Patel and Dr. Updegraff are the current providers. The physicians are supported by a loyal staff that is friendly, dedicated, and knowledgeable in providing excellent patient care.

About FWAAC

about fwaac

Fort Wayne Allergy and Asthma Consultants specializes in a full scope of allergic disorders, including nasal allergies, sinus conditions, asthma, food allergies, sleep disorders, eczema, hives, acid reflux, stinging insect allergy, and anaphylaxis. We are currently the only center in Indiana that offer Oral Immunutherapy (OIT) treatment for food allergies.

Dr. Patel and Dr. Updegraff, working with a dedicated staff of nurse practitioner, nurses and support personnel, strive to provide you with the most advanced and evidence based medical treatments available today.

Fort Wayne Allergy and Asthma Consultants provides comprehensive care of allergic disorders, including nasal and sinus conditions, asthma, food allergies, sleep apnea, allergic skin conditions, acid reflux, bee sting allergy, and anaphylaxis. We also now offer Oral Immunutherapy (OIT) treatment for food allergies.

why fwaac
why fwaac

With two offices in the greater Fort Wayne area, including Southwest on the Lutheran Hospital campus and North on the Dupont Hospital campus, and an office in Auburn, we are here to provide you and your family with excellent patient care.

Mission Statement

Dr. Patel, Dr. Updegraff and staff are dedicated to providing comprehensive and personalized allergy consultation, education, and treatment options to allergic and asthmatic patients of all ages. Maintaining an open line of communication, and spending extensive time with our patients are the key in identification, prevention, and treatment of allergic diseases.

why fwaac
why fwaac