An allergy company made by allergy sufferers for allergy sufferers.
We were started by allergy sufferers as a convenient and easy alternative to allergy shots. We believe that all allergy sufferers should have access to at-home prescription allergy relief. Our process is simple, with all virtual visits and payments that is simple and easy.
Our founders have gone through years and years of weekly allergy shot appointments. They have been sitting in the doctor’s office just like you. Now they still take daily under-the-tongue treatments. With multiple clinicians and years of medical experience, our team is excited to show you the treatment that has helped so many people.
Our prescription sublingual immunotherapy treatments are all prescribed based on an allergy test.
They are specifically formulated to desensitize your body to your specific allergens. In doing this, the treatment is personalized and our allergists can easily meet any and all needs involved with your treatment.
Dr. Neeta Ogden, MD
Curex is poised to revolutionize the way allergies are treated in America, expanding access to clinical care and treatments that can meaningfully improve patients quality of life.
Dr. Ravi Patel, VP Telemedicine
At Curex, our mission is to help people improve their health and quality of life by understanding their allergies and treating them at their source.We provide more than individualized prescription treatments; we provide individualized care.
Jill Hamburg, PA - C
Immunotherapy made simple. We enable patients to receive personalized allergy care on their own time. No more waiting rooms.
Dr. Chet Tharpe, Medical Director
Curex has set the standard for the virtual allergy experience. From the comfort of their home, patients nationwide are able to receive a personalized treatment plan from an experienced clinician, aimed at treating the source of their allergies, not just the symptoms.
Kayla Mardaga, NP
Curex offers convenient at-home allergy testing options. Our goal is to determine if a patient would benefit from immunotherapy and then customize a treatment plan that can reduce both the symptoms and the reliance on allergy medications.