TWO LOCATIONS:  Vero Beach  &  Port St Lucie         
Johns Hopkins Allergy Doctor
  ENT SINUS SINUSITIS PORT ST LUCIE WEST LAWNWOO
No Referral Needed - Accepting New Patients - 772-299-7299

Michael Wein M.D. - Johns Hopkins Allergist

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Allergic Dermatology
   Skin Rash & Hives
Allergy skin tests
Allergy injections
Ear, Nose, Throat - ENT
Food Allergy
Sinus

Dr Wein at Cleveland Clinic... 

Dr. Wein is on staff at Martin Memorial Hospital and also serves as Chief of Allergy at Indian River Medical Center.

Our Office Locations... . 

Dr. Wein is conveniently located in two offices. The St. Lucie West office is behind the Publix at SLW. The Vero office is on Route 60 at 34th Avenue.  We offer a caring approach, take the time to listen, and focus on allergic dermatology problems and prevention of ear, nose, throat and sinus problems while offering state of the art care.  

We want to help.  No referral needed. 

 Port St Lucie     Vero Beach   

   320 NW Bethany Dr      3375 20th Street            
Port St Lucie  34986      Vero Beach, 32960       
(772) 621-9992      (772) 299-7299
family-allergy.com      michaelwein.info

New Patients Welcome



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INJECTION HOURS - click here

HOLIDAY CLOSINGS - click 

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Also see www.stluciesinus.com

Allergic problems affecting the lungs (pulmonary), skin (dermatology), ear nose throat and sinuses (ENT).
Allergy shots (click here)
Dr. Michael Barry Wein serves Port St. Lucie too.

 Dr. Michael Wein M.D. is...

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Cleveland Clinic Martin Memorial Allergist

Chief of Allergy, Indian River Hospital

Board-Certified, Pediatric and Adult Allergist

Graduate Fellow, Johns Hopkins Hospital

Faculty, American College of Dermatology

Past President Indian River Medical Society

Past President, Florida Allergist Society

Board-Certified, American Board of Allergy

Patients Choice Award 2012 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Voted Best Doctor - Vero Life Magazine 2009

Castle Connolly Physician Award '15 16,17,18,19

Voted Best Doctor - Florida Monthly 

Voted Most Compassionate 2010 '11 '16 '17 '18 '19

Fellow, American Academy of Allergy

Fellow, American College of Allergy

Diplomate, American Board Internal Medicine

Textbook author Conn's Current Therapy '06 

Editorial Board Member, DynaMed Online

Editorial Board Member, Prescribers Letter

Advisory Board Member, Wellness Workdays

Allergy Expert quoted in Wall Street Journal

Trained at Vanderbilt, Brown, Johns Hopkins

Family Allergy & Asthma... specializes in the testing and treatment of pediatric and adult patients who suffer from allergies, asthma, and sinus disease. We also treat allergic dermatology problems, food allergy, drug allergy, and ear, nose and throat allergies. Dr. Wein is board-certified and has extensive experience treating pediatric and adult patients. Our goal is to offer the ultimate professional and compassionate care–we want to help!

Located in Port St Lucie, with additional offices in Vero Beach, serving patients with ear, nose, throat sinus and allergic dermatology problems.

According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, you should see an allergist if :

  • Your allergies are causing symptoms such as chronic sinus infections, nasal congestion or difficulty breathing.
  • You experience hay fever or other allergy symptoms several months out of the year.
  • Antihistamines and over-the-counter medications do not control your allergy symptoms or create unacceptable side effects, such as drowsiness.
  • Your asthma or allergies are interfering with your ability to carry on day-to-day activities.
  • Your asthma or allergies decrease the quality of your life
  • You are experiencing warning signs of serious asthma such as:
  • You sometimes have to struggle to catch your breath.
  • You often wheeze or cough, especially at night or after exercise.
  • You are frequently short of breath or feel tightness in your chest.
  • You have previously been diagnosed with asthma, and you have frequent asthma attacks even though you are taking asthma medication.
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