We encounter four main types of nasal conditions at KCAA. 

Kansas City Allergy & Asthma - Hay Fever & Nasal Conditions


Commonly called hay fever, this condition occurs when the immune system attacks a harmless substance, like pollen. It can also be triggered by pet dander, mold, dust mite droppings, cockroach particles, smoke, strong odors, and changes in temperature and humidity. Allergic Rhinitis has cold-like symptoms. Sufferers may experience runny nose, sneezing, and itchy eyes.


A stuffy nose may be caused by allergies, sinus problems, or a common cold. KCAA specialists can properly diagnose the cause for faster relief.


Snoring occurs when breathing is partially obstructed. Up to 50% of adults experience snoring at some point in their lives. Anatomy, alcohol consumption, a cold, and excess weight can contribute to snoring, and so can allergies.


Around one-third with hay fever symptoms do not have allergies. Rather, they have Non-allergic Rhinitis – a sensitive nose. Usually impacting adults, this condition can cause year-round symptoms like a runny nose or nasal congestion.

12/10/21 – our offices will close early at 12p. Allergy Injection Clinic will be closed at 11:30a.

Our offices will be closed Dec. 24-25, and Dec. 31-Jan. 1 for Christmas and New Year’s Day.

Overland Park Office
  • Allergy Injection Clinic closed MON, TUES, THURS at 5:30p
  • ReadiClinic temporarily closed

Lee’s Summit Office
  • Patient Care – open WED 8a – 12p and 1:30p – 5p for patient care
  • Allergy Injection Clinic – open WED 8a – 11:30a and 1:30p – 4:30p
  • Allergy Injection Clinic temporarily closed on THURSDAYS

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