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I, together with my current staff, created All Seasons Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Center in 1996 to serve patients in The Woodlands and South Montgomery. Since that time, we have strived to redefine service in the medical community. Beginning with our motto of Modern Medicine, Old Fashion Caring, we have continued to grow the practice in a direction to mazimize personal attention and treat each patient as we would our own family. From personally answering the phone during business hours to personally crafting individual therapies, we are committed to treating patients in a courteous, professional mannar.

I was born and raised in Odessa, Texas and chose to complete my education, medical school training and specialization in this great state.With an undergraduate degree from a local branch of the University of Texas, I was admitted to Texas Tech School of Medicine. Once graduated, I spent three additional years in Lubbock to complete a residency in pediatrics with the last spent as both Chief Resident and Housestaff President.. From there I moved with my family to Galveston to complete a two year fellowship in Allergy and Immunology. The training I have been privileged to receive has fostered a love for diagnostic challenges referred to me by collegues. At the same time I developed a sense of responsibility to educate patients about their disorders and provide proven, evidence based therapies to help them. I often remind patients that I am here to give them what they NEED not necessarily what they want. There is a difference between medicine that makes you FEEL better and those that actually MAKE you better.

My treatment style is relaxed but focused. The entire practice is patient friendly with the kids more often crying because they have to leave the play room than because they have to see the doctor. I traded my expensive suits and white coat for blue jeans and a fish shirt. I realized early on that wearing expensive clothes did not make me a better physician, just a more intimidating one. The relaxed atmosphere fosters improved communication allowing a more in depth analysis of signs and symptoms of illness. The absence of the white coat also minimizes the anxiety and fear that children have of doctors. It is easier to perform a good physical exam when the kids are not screaming from the time the doctor walks in the room. 

We pride ourselves on our scheduling technique that does not allow overbooking. This ensures your time will be respected and waiting times will be kept to an absolute minimum. Please ask your friends, neighbors and primary care physicians which allergist/immunologist they recommend. We will be here to welcome you to our practice. 

Stephen Miles, MD

Dr. Brett West, MD

Dr. West is a native Texan from the Fort Worth area who attended medical school at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. He then completed a dual residency in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics in Phoenix, Arizona, which trained him to provide medical care for the entire family. After residency, Dr. West completed an Allergy & Immunology Fellowship at Boston University Medical Center. He has presented research at multiple national conferences and has contributed to multiple articles in Journal of Allergy & Clinical Immunology. He enjoys traveling the globe and has participated in numerous medical service endeavors in Latin America, making him proficient in spoken Spanish. Dr. West currently sees patients in The Woodlands at All Seasons Allergy.

 

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