Allergy drop treatment may cost less than other treatment covered by insurance!

Treating allergies for a lifetime is expensive. Most medications only temporarily reduce symptoms.

Retraining your body to stop reacting using allergy drop immunotherapy could mean an end to a lifetime of suffering.

For some, it can also end a lifetime of expenses  from medications like antihistamines, antibiotics, biologics, and inhalers. It can also save money and time lost on appointments, missed work and school days, medical procedures, and lost productivity from not feeling your best.

Most patients who treat the cause of their allergies with allergy drops report significant medical cost savings (30-50%), while improving their quality of life and ability to participate in the things they enjoy.

How much will an appointment cost?

Depending on your testing needs, your first visit costs may vary from a typical $750-850, to more complex cases that may cost $1,000-1,400.* Return visits are typically half the cost of a new patient visit.

Average allergy drop treatment costs are approximately $1.77 (environmental allergy drops) to $2.20 (food allergy drops) per day for the length of treatment, typically 3-5 years.

Allergy drops following the La Crosse Method Protocol are usually more affordable than other allergy treatment options. We optimize your treatment dosing specific to your testing and other health conditions; adjunct treatment options such as preseasonal or higher dose food may be added by your provider if needed.

Because allergy drops may not be covered by your plan, some costs may be out-of-pocket, but check with your employer. Even with out-of-pocket expenses, many people find the cost is still typically less than alternatives — even those covered by insurance.

*Costs vary based on patient complexity.

Will medical insurance cover the costs?

Please check with your insurance company or employer directly before your appointment to better understand what will or will not be covered.


You will be responsible for charges not covered by insurance. Many patients use flexible spending (FSA) or health savings accounts (HSA) to pay non-covered costs.

Payment Plan

Our payment plan can help spread costs out affordably. We also offer a discount for allergy drops paid when you place the order.

Ask our business office team if you have questions regarding your coverage or payment plans. Call 608.782.2027 or 800.950.9740.

Automatic Refill Program

By signing up for this program, you will receive a new set of drops, custom formulated for you, approximately every 90 days. We will bill you once we have processed and mailed your order. Receive a 5% discount on future drop orders when you authorize and leave your credit card information on file with us.

Why invest in treatment? Consider what allergies may be costing you:

  • Co-pays for prescriptions and over-the-counter medications
  • Deductibles, premiums, and co-pays for office visits
  • Treatment procedures (surgeries, etc.) and hospitalizations
  • Lost days from work or school (absenteeism)
  • Lost productivity when symptoms are aggravated (presenteeism)
  • Reduced quality of life and inability to enjoy activities

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Success Stories

Completing food allergy treatment and finishing food challenges has been life changing for Colton and his family. After 7-month-old Colton’s first ambulance ride when he ingested a small amount of milk-based formula, his family was told his milk allergy was so high that he would likely have a life-long milk allergy. As months went by,…
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