Vero Beach  OR  Port St Lucie (2 offices)          
What's the doctor doing?
Dr. Michael Wein, Chief of Allergy at Indian River Medical Center, recently...

Served on the dermatology faculty at the 60th Annual Meeting of the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology

Taught medical students at FSU in Tallahassee how to treat babies with severe immune deficiency

Presented information on immune deficiency to physician committee at Florida Medical Association in Orlando

Met with other prominent doctors in our area to plan a strategy to screen ALL infants in Florida for SCID

Spoke with medical school faculty at USF about the latest treatments for immune diseases.

Taught medical students from Florida State University about food allergy.

Was invited to lecture to University of Florida scientists at Florida Medical Entymology Lab about allergy

Was selected as a consultant for allergy and immunology by Dynamed

Joined the medical advisory board of Boston-based Wellness Workdays consulting firm

Met with the President-elect of the AMA and President of the FMA about our community's medical needs.

Gave a seminar to a group of local physicians about managing asthma.

Authored a textbook chapter on allergy in Conn's Current Therapy, a well-known medical reference book.

Wrote a letter to the local newspaper about a recent death from allergy to insect venom.

Led a discussion among parents of children with food allergy.

Participated in a roundtable about ethics in medicine.

Travelled to a univerisity conference to review new treatment options for asthma.

Designed a research project for FSU medical students interested in allergic diseases.

Completed a CME program on new treatments for allergic / immune deficiencies.

Participated in a national conference on the latest advances in allergy care.

Took a tour of the United States Capitol courtesy of Congressman Bill Posey. (Thank you !)

Started a wordpress blog about new treatments in allergy and asthma

Put up a facebook of portstlucieallergist

Provided consultation to local ear, nose, throat specialists about complex patient problems

ENT Sinus Port St LUcie 

 Port Saint Lucie      Vero Beach                

        320-322 NW Bethany Drive       3375 20th Street                     
Port St Lucie FL 34986      Vero Beach Fl  32960
(772) 621-9992       (772) 299-7299  

New Patients Welcome

Please call for an appointment


Although we do offer same-day appointments when available, please call ahead if possible. 

Our friendly staff will try to answer any questions you have.

Please ask the staff if you should stop all antihistamines before the visit, so that testing can be completed if needed.

Interesting Facts


Sinusitis is inflammation of the paranasal sinuses. 
There are four sets: maxillary, frontal, ethmoid, and sphenoid. 
A sinus is an air-filled cavities. 
Allergy is a common factor in sinusitis. 
80% of children with sinusitis have a family history of allergy. 

Antihistamines, nasal sprays, leukotriene blockers, allergen injections, and allergen avoidance can all be helpful.  Treatment may include prevention: avoiding the allergens that cause obstruction.  
Please call us, or your otolaryngologist or ENT surgeon for information. 
ENT, Otolarngology, Ear Nose Throat Sinus Referrals Available. 

Many patients drive from Port St. Luce, St. Lucie West, St. Lucie Reserve, and St. Lucie County.
We serve zip codes  34952, 34953, 34983, 34984, 34986, and 34987.
We are closest to Lawnwood but also Heart and Family Health Institute and Port St Lucie Medical Center.

Our office is located in a very nice community! The Dow Jones Paper’s ‘Wall Street Journal' published a column “THE FINICKY TRAVELER” on FEBRUARY 27, 2009, with the title: An Unsung Florida Getaway by Laura Landro. You can read about Vero Beach and it’s empty sand, manatees and Gloria Estefan's new resort.


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