NEW PATIENTS

CONDITIONS WE TREAT

ABOUT DR. GORBY

CONTACT US

About Dr. Gorby

Bob Gorby, MD, Board Certified Allergist at Westmoreland Allergy and Asthma Associates has been caring for patients of all ages since 1998.

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New Patients

We welcome new patients of any age. We request that when you come for your visit, you bring your current insurance card, photo ID, any co-pay, and your referral from your primary care physician if one is needed. You should expect to spend approximately sixty to ninety minutes with us.

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Conditions We Treat

Westmoreland Allergy and Asthma Associates treats a wide array of conditions including but not limited to…

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About allergies and asthma

Many asthmatics, especially children, will have allergic triggers which can exacerbate symptoms. Other common asthma triggers include infection, temperature or humidity changes, exercise, and irritants.

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food allergies

Some food allergies cause rashes, hives, diarrhea or vomiting. Others are much more serious or even life-threatening, triggering a reaction known as anaphylaxis.

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contact allergies evaluation and treatment

Contact dermatitis refers to a type of skin reaction which occurs as a result of the skin being exposed to irritants or allergens. Typically, the result is a rash that may take several days to develop. The resultant rash can manifest as chronic itching, burning, or blistering, which may take several weeks to resolve…

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Love your pets, hate their dander?

Pet allergies can be extremely problematic. Animals produce multiple allergens that can be found in the fur, hair, saliva and urine. An allergic reaction to your pet’s flaking skin cells, known as dander, can cause typical allergy symptoms which can be chronic or constant. The reaction can become increasingly severe, even causing signs of asthma, such as coughing and wheezing.

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Allergy Shots

When allergy symptoms become unbearable despite medication and environmental control measures then, allergy shots (immunotherapy) may also be a treatment option for you. Allergy shots involve giving gradually increasing doses of the substances to which a patient is allergic.

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Contact Us

534 W Otterman St, Greensburg, PA 15601

(724) 832-1200

Allergy Shots (By Appt.):

  • Monday: 9a.m.-3:30p.m.
  • Tuesday: 9-11:30a.m.
  • Wednesday: 9-11:30a.m., 1-3:30p.m.
  • Thursday: 9-11:30a.m., 1-3:30p.m.
  • Friday: 9-10:30a.m.

About Dr. Gorby

Bob Gorby, MD, Board Certified Allergist at Westmoreland Allergy and Asthma Associates has been caring for patients of all ages since 1998.

READ MORE 

New patients

We welcome new patients of any age. We request that when you come for your visit, you bring your current insurance card, photo ID, any co-pay, and your referral from your primary care physician if one is needed. You should expect to spend approximately sixty to ninety minutes with us.

READ MORE 

conditions we treat

Westmoreland Allergy and Asthma Associates treats a wide array of conditions including but not limited to…

READ MORE 

About allergies and asthma

Many asthmatics, especially children, will have allergic triggers which can exacerbate symptoms. Other common asthma triggers include infection, temperature or humidity changes, exercise, and irritants.

READ MORE 

food allergies

Some food allergies cause annoying rashes, hives, diarrhea or vomiting. Others are much more serious or even life-threatning, triggering a reaction known as anaphylaxis.

READ MORE 

contact allergies evaluation and treatment

Contact dermatitits is the term associated with the reaction of the skin to exposure from irritation or allergens. Typically the result is a rash that may take a number of days to develop and then a number of days to recede, assuming the causal allergen has been eliminated.

READ MORE 

Love your pets,
hate their dander?

Pet allergies can be extremely problematic. Animals produce multiple allergens that can be found in the fur, hair, saliva and urine. An allergic reaction to your pet’s flaking skin cells, known as dander, can cause typical allergy symptoms which can be chronic or constant. The reaction can become increasingly severe, even causing signs of asthma, such as coughing and wheezing.

READ MORE 

Allergy Shots

When allergy symptoms become unbearable despite medication and environmental control measures then, allergy shots (immunotherapy) may also be a treatment option for you. Allergy shots involve giving gradually increasing doses of the substances to which a patient is allergic.

READ MORE 

Contact Us

534 W Otterman St, Greensburg, PA 15601

(724) 832-1200

Allergy Shots (By Appt.):

  • Monday: 9a.m.-3:30p.m.
  • Tuesday: 9-11:30a.m.
  • Wednesday: 9-11:30a.m., 1-3:30p.m.
  • Thursday: 9-11:30a.m., 1-3:30p.m.
  • Friday: 9-10:30a.m.