Welcome to the offices of Dr. Laura Rogers, Allergy & Asthma M.D. We are located at 500 N. Dearborn, Suite 718, Chicago, IL 60654.

Our services are tailored to each individual patient, with the goal of providing quick relief from symptoms that include runny nose, sinus headache, congestion, coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, hives, and dozens of allergic reactions.

We provide same-day appointments to meet the challenges that our patients face and understand the need and desire for immediate RELIEF!

Do not hesitate to give us a call with any questions that you may have or simply set up an initial consultation in-person or by video. It's easy to do! Just click on the yellow "BOOK ONLINE" button located at the bottom right hand corner of the screen to be taken to our fast and secure appointment scheduler.

We look forward to welcoming you to our practice.


Dr. Laura Rogers is a board-certified specialist in the practice of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology for over 23 years. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado.

She received both her Masters of Physiology and M.D. degrees at the Chicago Medical School. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Evanston/Northwestern Hospital and then went on to complete her fellowship training in Allergy, Asthma and Immunology at the University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas, Texas.

She is a member of both the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology and the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.

Conditions We Treat

Allergic rhinitis (seasonal and indoor allergies)
Food, drug & latex allergies
Skin allergies (Contact Dermatitis)
Hives (Urticaria)
Cough/Wheezing/Hay fever

Services We Offer

Skin testing
Patch testing
Immunotherapy (allergy shots)
Sinusitis workup and treatment
Insect allergy testing and treatment
Food allergy testing and treatment
Drug allergy testing and treatment
Pulmonary function testing

Initial Consultation

Dr. Laura Rogers provides complex care to both adults and children suffering from all forms of allergies and breathing issues. Once you arrive for your appointment, Dr. Rogers will consult with you to discuss your daily activities and how allergies prohibit you from doing all that you wish to accomplish.

Dr. Rogers is an expert allergist in the diagnosis and management of allergies, asthma, and immunodeficiencies. With allergies on the rise, many practioners are quick to provide medications. Our practice works to provide preventive treatments to eliminate symptoms.

With Dr. Rogers' care for improved quality of life for each of her patients, mixed with your insight and diagnostic testing, an individualized treatment plan will give you control over your allergies!

Start getting relief today. Easily book an in-office or video visit by clicking the yellow 'BOOK ONLINE' button located at the bottom right hand corner of the screen. You will be taken to our fast and secure appointment scheduler.

most requested Services

Allergic Rhinitis

Seasonal and indoor allergies - Rhinitis is an inflammation of the nasal mucosa. Symptoms include mucus production, congestion, sneezing, and watery eyes. Associated systems include fatigue and headache. The most common diagnostic test for allergic rhinitis is the skin test. Skin testing involves introducing controlled amounts of allergen and control substances into the skin.


Asthma can be minor, or it can interfere with daily activities and lead to a life-threatening attack. Asthma can cause difficulty breathing, chest pain, cough, and wheezing. The symptoms may sometimes flare up. Asthma can be managed with rescue inhalers and controller inhalers that treat symptoms. Certain cases may require longer-acting inhalers that keep airways open, as well as oral steroids.

Drug Allergy Testing

Accurate diagnosis is essential. Patients may report drug allergies that have never been confirmed. Misdiagnosed drug allergies may result in the use of less appropriate or more expensive drugs. With a skin test, a small amount of the suspect drug is administered to the skin either with a tiny needle that scratches the skin, an injection, or a patch. A positive reaction to the test will case a red, itchy raised bump. This suggest an allergy to the specific drug.


Depending on the type of allergy you have; you can train your body to become less allergic. Immunotherapy is a preventive treatment for allergic reactions to substances such as grass, pollens, and dust mites. Immunotherapy involves giving gradually increasing doses of the substance, or allergen, to which the person is allergic. The incremental increases of the allergen cause the immune system to become less sensitive to the substance. Immunotherapy also reduces the inflammation of rhinitis and asthma.

Food Allergy Testing

A small drop of liquid food extract, one for each food tested, is placed on the skin. The skin is then lightly pricked. A raised bump with redness around it may appear. The test shows that you are probably allergic to that food.

Skin & Patch Testing

Under allergy skin tests, skin is exposed to suspected allergy-causing substances (allergens) and is observed for signs of reactions. Patch testing involves applying patches with test substances in small chambers or discs to a person’s back.

Rush Immunotherapy

One of the drawbacks to allergy shots is that they involve time commitment, and it is hard to keep going week after week when you do not see immediate results. Rush Immunotherapy speeds up the process. This approach reduces the initial period of allergy shots from about six months to six weeks. This is called the build-up phase. This therapy is used for seasonal allergies, year-round allergies, pet dander and molds. We then create a drop of the same serum of allergens that you can take home with the same effectiveness as allergy shots. With just three drops under your tongue daily that you can self-administer, there is no need to remember weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly visits to the office. The convenience of drops is endless. You can take them at home, on the go, or anywhere you are traveling. Dr. Laura Rogers Allergy & Asthma has created this therapy called Rush & Drops Immunotherapy.

    Allergy Shots

    Regular injections over a period of 3-5 years to reduce allergy attacks. Each allergy shot contains a tiny amount of the specific amount of the substance(s) that trigger allergic reactions. Shots are not available for food allergies or individuals with chronic hives.


      An allergen-based tablet is placed under the tongue for absorption. This treatment is used to reduce runny nose, congestion, eye irritation and other symptoms associated with hay fever. It does also assist in reduction of Asthma symptoms.

        Schedule an in-person or video consultation to learn more about any of our services. Click on the yellow "BOOK ONLINE" button located at the bottom right hand corner of the screen to be taken to our fast and secure appointment scheduler.

        Laura Rogers Allergy & Asthma MD