5600 S. Wolf Road Suite 135,  Western Springs, IL 60558       P: 708-246-4515   F: 708-246-4502

Western Springs Asthma & Allergy

• On-call allergy specialist

    24 hours per day  
• Minimum waiting room

    times
• Knowledgeable and

    helpful support staff
• Early morning and

    evening hours
• Saturday appointments
• Skin testing with     

    diagnosis and treatment

    on your first visit
• Same day breathing tests

    and blood draws
• Testing for airborne, food

     and medication allergies
• In-office food and

    medication challenges
• State-of-the-art

    treatment including

    immunotherapy, Xolair,

    Nucala, Fasenra,  

     Dupixent
• Our patient care areas

    are carpet-, upholstery-

    and latex-free.
• Our physicians are

    on-staff at AMITA

    LaGrange and Hinsdale

    Hospitals
• We bill all Major

    Insurances. Please call

    our office for details

Conditions we treat

Please note our eFAX NUMBER  for MULTIPLE  (>10) pages.


772-783-1012


If used, please notify our office so we can retrieve the fax.


We will be closed  Monday, May 28th, for Memorial Day and Wednesday, July 4th for Independence Day.


We are always closed on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays for allergy injections

Announcements

Renee Lantner, MD

Chhavi Gandhi, MD

G. Wendell Richmond, MD​

Why choose us?


Our physicians are board-certified Adult and Pediatric

Asthma, Immunology and Allergy Specialists


Appointments are available:

  Monday through Saturday


We accept most major insurance plans

• Allergic conjunctivitis (eye allergies. swollen

         eyes, itchy eyes, red eye)
• Allergic rhinitis (year-round and seasonal nasal

         allergy symptoms)
• Anaphylaxis, including food-dependent and

         exercise-induced

• Angioedema (swelling): hereditary (HAE), non-

          hereditary  and acquired
• Aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease (AERD,

          Samter's Triad)
• Asthma: adult, pediatric, and asthma during

          pregnancy (wheezing, shortness of breath)
• Atopic dermatitis (eczema)
• Chronic cough
• Chronic itching
• Cold urticaria  (hives from cold exposure)
• Contact dermatitis (metal, nickel, cosmetics,   

        hair dye, topicals)
• Drug allergy
• Eosinophilic esophagitis
• Exercise-induced asthma
Familial Cold Autoinflammatory Syndrome (FCAS)
• Food allergy and intolerance (peanut, tree nuts,

        egg, dairy, wheat, seafood and more)
FPIES (Food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome)
• Hand and foot eczema
• Hives (urticaria) and itching

• Immunodeficiency, primary
• Insect sting allergy
• Mast cell disorders
• Medication reactions  (antibiotic allergies,

         aspirin allergy)
• Nasal polyps

• Pulmonary vasculitis
• Recurrent infections (sinusitis, pneumonia, ear

        infections, skin infections, fungal infections)
• Sinusitis (sinus infections)

• Venom allergy (bee, wasp, hornets)