New Braunfels- (830) 625-7612

San Antonio- (210) 654-0944

Central Texas Allergy & Asthma serving the New Braunfels and San Antonio areas for over 30 years

Central Texas Allergy and Asthma © 2013 

Contains helpful links, new patient forms and other useful information you may need.

We now offer Sublingual Immunotherapy  (SLIT)

Patient Tools

After a patients initial visit at Central Texas Allergy & Asthma (CTxAA) you will be able to print a specific set of handouts tailored to your needs.

Allergy Drops

Patient Handouts

Central Texas Allergy & Asthma 

    Central Texas Allergy and Asthma has been serving the New Braunfels and San Antonio areas since 1985. As Board certified Allergist's, we provide optimal care for seasonal and year round allergies. Other diseases associated with allergies are treated as well. They include but are not limited to asthma, hives, food allergies, venom allergies, eczema and immunological diseases.

    There are many treatment options available that are formulated to each patients individual needs. CTxAA offers Immunotherapy Injections (SCIT), as well as  Sublingual Allergy drops (SLIT) for patients that are interested in these treatment plans. With a well trained staff focused on creating a friendly and compassionate atmosphere, each patient will receive the most up to date medical care.   

Our Mission

Why see a certified allergist 

Our Provider

Dr. Gupta spent her entire childhood and young adulthood in Michigan. her father, grandfather, and great-grandfather were all physicians; therefore being around patients and medical offices was a common part of her upbringing.

Central Texas Allergy and Asthma offers comprehensive care for the allergy and asthma needs of patients of all ages in New Braunfels, San Antonio and surrounding areas.. We take pride in delivering the best possible care for our patients.

It usually takes at least nine years of training after a physician receives a bachelor's degree to become an Allergist/Immunologist. After completing medical school ( about four years) and graduating with a medical degree,