Paul Scibielski, MD


Dr. Paul Scibielski moved back to Austin in late 2015 after almost two decades of living in various other places. He grew up here, graduated from the University of Texas and still has family here as well. He is very pleased to return and now be able to help Austinites with their allergy and asthma issues. His wife Wendy also grew up in Texas and loves living in the hill country. He attended medical school at Texas Tech, did his residency at The Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, and finished his Allergy and Immunology fellowship at The University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. Both he and his wife love the outdoors and traveling is their favorite pastime.

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Let Us Help With Your Cedar Fever!

When it comes to catching cedar fever, it is never a fun time. This seasonal allergy is brought on by allergic reactions to pollen from mountain cedar trees.


If you feel that you're catching cedar fever, here are some symptoms below:

  • Runny Nose
  • Itchy Eyes
  • Nasal Blockage
  • Sneezing

At Austin Allergist, we want to be your number one provider. We can take care of your health needs at all times. Give us a call today to set up an appointment!

Thomas Smith, MD


Dr. Smith specializes in treating children and adults who have allergies, asthma, and other respiratory problems, such as cough, sinusitis, exercise-induced breathing problems, reactive airway diseases, and respiratory problems in scuba divers. He has been seeing children and adults as patients in Austin since 1998.


He has been included in Best Doctors in America since 1994 and has been named a Texas Super Doctor since 2003. He is a member of the Expert Panel for Allergy of the Texas Medical Board. He completed his Fellowship in Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology at National Jewish Hospital and Research Center, in Denver, which is one of leading asthma centers in the world. His undergraduate and medical degrees are from the University of Virginia.


Dr. Smith formerly was Professor of Pediatrics, Washington University School of Medicine. His also was Director, Allergy and Immunology Residency Training Program, Emory University School of Medicine, and Medical Director, Pulmonary Function Testing Laboratory, Henrietta Egleston Hospital for Children, Atlanta, Georgia


He is Board certified in Allergy and Immunology, Pediatrics, and Pediatric Pulmonology. He has been a member of the Editorial Boards of the two major allergy medical journals, The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology and the Annals of Allergy, He has published over sixty articles in medical journals and books.


Other honors include: Phi Beta Kappa; Service Key, Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity, Phi Sigma Biological Sciences Honor Society, andSigma Xi Scientific Research Society. He is listed in Marquis Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare, 3rd Edition, and Marquis Who's Who in the World,25th Edition.


Dr. Smith and his wife have 3 children. He teaches Middle School and High School Sunday School. He serves as Health Supervisor and member of the Enterprise Risk Management Committee of the Capital Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, and he is the Chartered Organization Representative to the Boy Scout Troop sponsored by his church. He is an amateur photographer and PADI Master Scuba Diver. ​

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Seth Hollander, MD


Dr. Seth Hollander recently moved to Austin from St. Louis, Missouri with his wife and two children and are now happy to call Austin their home. Dr. Hollander did his undergrad at University of Texas at Austin and  went to medical school at UT Southwestern in Dallas. After completing his allergy training at the prestigious Washington University in St. Louis,  Dr Hollander joined Greater Austin Allergy in July of 2011 and sees patients at our Bee Caves, South Austin, and Westlake locations. He is a board certified allergist immunologist.

Neha Reshamwala, MD


Dr. Neha Reshamwala is an allergy specialist who moved to Austin from California after completing her fellowship in Allergy Immunology at Stanford University and her residency at the University of California Irvine. She has extensive clinical and research background in different aspects of allergy and immunology. Before Stanford, she finished her Masters degree in Immunology and conducted Immunology research at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard.


Dr. Reshamwala resides in Austin and enjoys live music and the outdoors. Dr. Reshamwala is seeing patients at our  Round Rock location.

​​Ronald Cox, MD


Dr. Ronald Cox  is an allergy specialist who served in the Air Force as an allergist and previously had a private practice in Ohio. Dr. Cox currently practices in Rockdale, Bastrop and at our Four Points locations. Dr. Cox graduated from University of Kansas School of Medicine in Kansas City and completed his Allergy and Immunology Fellowship right here in Texas at Willford Hall Medical Center in San Antonio.

Dr. Cox resides in Austin and enjoys all the great outdoor lifestyle that Austin has to offer.



Henry Joseph Legere, III, MD                        
                  
Dr. Legere is a board certified allergist immunologist and started Greater Austin Allergy and Immunology, PLLC several years ago with just one location in Westlake. Since this time, our practice has grown to many locations across central and south Texas to serve all our patients in Austin and the surrounding areas. Patient and doctor referrals continue to make our practice grow and we appreciate our patients' faith in us. 

Dr. Legere grew up in the Austin and San Antonio areas and has returned after 20 years of training and education. He received his MD from Columbia University and completed his fellowship at Harvard Medical School. After his fellowship, Dr. Legere became a clinical instructor at Harvard Medical School and served as a staff physician at Brigham & Women's Hospital and MIT Medical in Cambridge.

​​Eric D. Schultz, DO, MPH


Dr. Eric Schultz joined our practice in October of 2010 and comes to us from the sunny state of California. Dr. Schultz received his Masters in Public Health from CSU and continued on his educational journey completing his DO in 2002. Dr. Schultz completed his fellowship at Duke University in the mast cell research lab and served on the staff of Children’s Hospital ofOrange County, Rady Children’s Hospital of San Diego, and Sharp Mary Birch Hospital. Dr. Schultz was a clinical instructor at University of California, Irvine before moving to the Austin area to join Dr. Legere in his Allergy practice.


Dr. Schultz now resides in the Austin area and is currently seeing patients in our 4 Points, and Westlake locations.

No season has to be allergy season! 

We offer testing, education, medications, advanced sinus treatments, traditional immunotherapy (allergy shots), accelerated allergy shot protocols (Cluster and Rush schedules), and now offer appropriately dosed sublingual immunotherapy (allergy drops) for appropriate candidates.


Cedar fever got you?

Let our team of allergists help you get relief.

Allied Allergists at other sites:

Danica Schulte, MD -- Los Angeles, CA

Amanda Trott, MD -- San Antonio and San Marcos, TX

Adam Updegraff, MD -- Corpus Christi, TX

William Long, MD -- Temple and Harker Heights, TX

Joseph Lee Brett West, MD -- Woodlands, TX

Stephen Miles, MD -- Woodlands, TX

Anna George, MD -- Woodlands, TX

Allergy Clinic for Cedar Fever & Ragweed in Austin, TX 

Click on their individual CVs to learn more about them.


Allergists in Austin:

Henry J Legere, III MD

Eric D. Schultz, DO, MPH

Ronald L. Cox, MD

Seth Hollander, MD

Neha Reshamwala, MD

Thomas Smith, MD

Dr. Paul Scibielski, MD




Congratulations to Dr. Henry Legere and Dr. Thomas Smith for being named to Texas SuperDoctors list of best allergists in Texas.

Click on their badges below to link to their SuperDoctors' sites

 Greater Austin Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, PLLC

AustinAllergist.com 

Call Us: (512) 732-2774