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In-Office Protocols

Our team has been working hard to continuously review and improve our in-office safety and service protocols for your benefit. Starting in early March, we dramatically pivoted our physical service patterns to navigate patient safety, staff safety, building management...

An Unwavering Commitment to Safety

I read, with both enthusiasm and respect, a commentary published in JAMA and an interview of FDA Commissioner Stephen M Hahn, MD on the FDA’s process for reviewing and licensing potential COVID vaccines. I believe there are several major “take home points” which are...

Back to School Tips for 2020

As we return to school this Fall 2020, many things could not be more unfamiliar, unsettled or unnerving.  Distant/virtual learning has taken its place in our everyday lives. It’s here for now. We have to navigate our futures with this model.  Stress levels are...

Telehealth and Aluna iO

When The Allergy Station was launched in 2018, Dr Miller was quite familiar with the benefits of telehealth. He was interviewed by Diedre Fitzpatrick on KCRA TV in March 2018 about the benefits of this platform. Last year, Dr Miller was approached by a company based...

Understanding COVID-19 and Asthma

The recent pandemic outbreak of COVID-19 is creating concern and uncertainty for many people, especially those who suffer from asthma. The elderly, anyone with severe asthma, immunodeficiency or other chronic conditions where the immune system may be compromised, are...

The Rise of Spring Allergies: Fact or Fiction?

Several factors determine the severity of allergy season (Roseville, CA) – The spring allergy season could be the worst yet, or at least that is what you might hear. Every year is identified as being the worst for allergy sufferers, but are spring allergies really on...

COVID-19 Prevention

There is currently no vaccine to prevent coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to this virus. However, as a reminder, CDC always recommends everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory...

Babies Born Vaginally Could Be Protected From Allergies

Babies who are born vaginally are less likely to have allergies compared with those delivered via C-section, research suggests. Researchers looked at the medical records of 158,422 children who were seen at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia over the past two...

Fall Allergies Could be the Culprit

Although spring allergies get a lot of attention, fall allergies can be just as bad, and can cause the same miserable symptoms – sneezing, wheezing, runny noses and itchy eyes. The best way to battle them is to be prepared with the right combination of preventive...

Back to School Tips for 2020

As we return to school this Fall 2020, many things could not be more unfamiliar, unsettled or unnerving.  Distant/virtual learning has taken its place in our everyday lives. It’s here for now. We have to navigate our futures with this model.  Stress levels are...

Telehealth and Aluna iO

When The Allergy Station was launched in 2018, Dr Miller was quite familiar with the benefits of telehealth. He was interviewed by Diedre Fitzpatrick on KCRA TV in March 2018 about the benefits of this platform. Last year, Dr Miller was approached by a company based...

Understanding COVID-19 and Asthma

The recent pandemic outbreak of COVID-19 is creating concern and uncertainty for many people, especially those who suffer from asthma. The elderly, anyone with severe asthma, immunodeficiency or other chronic conditions where the immune system may be compromised, are...

The Rise of Spring Allergies: Fact or Fiction?

Several factors determine the severity of allergy season (Roseville, CA) – The spring allergy season could be the worst yet, or at least that is what you might hear. Every year is identified as being the worst for allergy sufferers, but are spring allergies really on...

COVID-19 Prevention

There is currently no vaccine to prevent coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to this virus. However, as a reminder, CDC always recommends everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory...

Babies Born Vaginally Could Be Protected From Allergies

Babies who are born vaginally are less likely to have allergies compared with those delivered via C-section, research suggests. Researchers looked at the medical records of 158,422 children who were seen at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia over the past two...

Fall Allergies Could be the Culprit

Although spring allergies get a lot of attention, fall allergies can be just as bad, and can cause the same miserable symptoms – sneezing, wheezing, runny noses and itchy eyes. The best way to battle them is to be prepared with the right combination of preventive...

Back to School Tips for 2020

As we return to school this Fall 2020, many things could not be more unfamiliar, unsettled or unnerving.  Distant/virtual learning has taken its place in our everyday lives. It’s here for now. We have to navigate our futures with this model.  Stress levels are...

Telehealth and Aluna iO

When The Allergy Station was launched in 2018, Dr Miller was quite familiar with the benefits of telehealth. He was interviewed by Diedre Fitzpatrick on KCRA TV in March 2018 about the benefits of this platform. Last year, Dr Miller was approached by a company based...

Understanding COVID-19 and Asthma

The recent pandemic outbreak of COVID-19 is creating concern and uncertainty for many people, especially those who suffer from asthma. The elderly, anyone with severe asthma, immunodeficiency or other chronic conditions where the immune system may be compromised, are...

The Rise of Spring Allergies: Fact or Fiction?

Several factors determine the severity of allergy season (Roseville, CA) – The spring allergy season could be the worst yet, or at least that is what you might hear. Every year is identified as being the worst for allergy sufferers, but are spring allergies really on...

COVID-19 Prevention

There is currently no vaccine to prevent coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to this virus. However, as a reminder, CDC always recommends everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory...

Babies Born Vaginally Could Be Protected From Allergies

Babies who are born vaginally are less likely to have allergies compared with those delivered via C-section, research suggests. Researchers looked at the medical records of 158,422 children who were seen at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia over the past two...

Fall Allergies Could be the Culprit

Although spring allergies get a lot of attention, fall allergies can be just as bad, and can cause the same miserable symptoms – sneezing, wheezing, runny noses and itchy eyes. The best way to battle them is to be prepared with the right combination of preventive...

Interview with Christopher Michael at the ACAAI Annual Meeting

by Travis A Miller

Office & Shot Hours


Monday.........8:00 - 4:30
Tuesday.........8:00 - 4:30
Wednesday...8:00 - 4:30
Thursday.......8:00 - 4:30
Friday.............by appointment only

Weekend and after-hour care available by appointment.

 Location


1478 Stone Point Drive, Suite 290
Roseville CA  95661
(916) 238.6238