Jacqueline Eghrari-Sabet, MD

Jacqueline Eghrari-Sabet, MD
Family Allergy & Asthma Care 806 West Diamond Avenue Ste 360 Gaithersburg, MD 20879

Jacqueline Eghrari-Sabet, MD

Allergies, asthma, sinus problems, chronic cough and related conditions can make you feel exhausted and discouraged - preventing you from enjoying an active, healthy lifestyle. Fortunately, Dr. Jacqueline S. Eghrari-Sabet and Dr. Gina Dapul- Hidalgo at Family Allergy & Asthma Care can provide you with the welcome relief you need, just like they've done for countless area residents.

Dr. Eghrari-Sabet and Dr. Dapul- Hidalgo are dual board-certified and fellowship-trained specialists who offer today's latest advances in allergy and asthma care for children and adults. After conducting a comprehensive health history and exam, we will develop a personalized treatment plan designed to give you the freedom you seek from your condition.

Equally important, Dr. Eghrari-Sabet and Dr. Dapul- Hidalgo will treat you with kindness and understanding every step of the way. Our highly specialized care will help you greatly improve your health - and your quality of life - an it's available at our Gaithersburg, Frederick, and Olney offices.

Dr. Eghrari-Sabet and Dr. Dapul- Hidalgo are active members of many prestigious organizations in their field including the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and immunology and the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology. Dr Eghrari-Sabet is a Past President of the Greater Washington Allergy Asthma and Immunology Society. Dr Eghrari has been named as a Washingtonian Top Doctor for the past 10 years and America's Top Pediatrician and Top Doctor by the Guide to America's Top Pediatricians by the Consumer Research Council of America for many years.

Another member of the Family Allergy & Asthma Care team is Neshat Tebyanian, CRNP. She is certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. In addition to supporting Dr. Eghrari-Sabet and Dr. Dapul- Hidalgohi with patient care, Neshat is the clinical research coordinator for the practice.
Primary Specialty

Asthma - Allergy Specialists

Gender Female
Services Allergies are the result of an abnormal response of the immune system to a foreign substance known as an allergen. This abnormal response results in a variety of symptoms depending on the type of allergic condition. Dr. Jacqueline Eghrari-Sabet, Dr. Gina Dapul- Hidalgo, or Neshat Tebyanian, CRNP can provide relief from all types of allergies including:

Seasonal allergies (hay fever, trees, grasses, ragweed)
Skin allergies (hives, rashes, eczema)
Contact dermatitis
Food allergies
Dust mites
Eye allergies
Pet allergies (cats and dogs)
Medication allergies
Cosmetic allergies (soaps, make-up, perfume)
Occupational allergies
Latex allergies
Immune deficiencies

There are many triggers that can produce symptoms of asthma and lead to rapid worsening of breathing. Triggers may include pollen, animal dander, dust mites, mold, chemical exposure, smoke, and viruses. Common symptoms of asthma include breathlessness, wheezing, coughing, and chest tightness. To diagnose asthma, Dr. Eghrari-Sabet, Dr. Dapul- Hidalgo, or Cara Abbondandolo will look at your health history and conduct an in-office pulmonary function testing. They also perform an innovative test called Exhaled Nitrous Oxide (eNO) measurement, which helps determine the amount of lung inflammation.

Once Dr. Eghrari-Sabet, Dr. Dapul- Hidalgo, or Cara Abbondandolo diagnoses your asthma, an individualized treatment plan will be developed to help get you on the road to good health right away. Regardless of which of these treatments you receive, controlling your asthma is an attainable goal. Some of the methods our clinicians use are:

Preventive measures
Trigger avoidance
Activity and lifestyle modification
Allergy shots (immunotherapy)
Solutions for other conditions
With their advanced training in allergy, asthma, immune disorders, and pediatrics, Dr. Eghrari-Sabet and Dr. Dapul- Hidalgo are naturally well-suited to diagnose and treat a variety of conditions including:
Sinus problems/nasal congestion/postnasal drip
Sinus headaches
Recurrent Ear infections
Chronic cough
Croup (barking cough)
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)

Since the respiratory tract is "one system," any disease or condition affecting the nose and sinuses can also affect the larynx, trachea and lungs, and vice versa.
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