Pulmonary and allergy clinic

Lawrence Larson, DO, FAAP, FACAAI

Jeffery Jacobs, MD, FAAAI, FACAAI

Dr. Larry Larson and Dr. Jeffery Jacobs, board-certified pediatric allergists from Pediatrics Northwest and Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital, see patients in our Centralia office twice a month.

What do Pediatric Allergy and Pulmonology Specialists do?

Our board-certified allergists and pulmonologists specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of:

  • asthma
  • chronic cough
  • cystic fibrosis
  • eczema
  • food reactions
  • hay fever
  • hives
  • immune disorders
  • inhalant allergies
  • occupational/environmental reactions
  • respiratory disorders
  • shortness of breath with activity
  • sinus problems

Reasons to see a pediatric-allergy or pulmonary specialist;

  • Recent severe asthma episode or allergic reaction.
  • Any visits to the hospital or emergency room for breathing and allergy-related issues.
  • Frequent need for oral steroid tablets or syrup.
  • Sleep disturbances, inability to exercise or frequent school absences disrupt child’s life.
  • Complicating conditions such as sinusitis, acid reflux, eczema, obesity or frequent infections.
  • Medication side effects.
  • Worsening seasonal symptoms or if symptoms are worsening despite treatment.