Improve your Patient's


with Fewer Consults

Tired of Losing your Patients to Allergy and ENT Specialists?

  • Allergic Diseases affect 10-30% of your patients
  • Food allergy is an increasingly complicated diagnosis worrying to your patients and their families
  • Patients are becoming frustrated with how primary care providers are treating their allergy concerns
  • And insurances companies are starting to penalize unnecessary referrals!
Girl sneezing due to uncontrolled allergies and asthma

Hi.  I'm Dr. Chris Webber, a board certified Internal Medicine, Allergy and Immunology physician based out of Denver, CO.  

It's Time to Relieve your Patient's Frustrations!

Let me start with a story about "food allergies."  

Lana is a typical 7 year old girl I saw who is a typical allergy kid:  has eczema, runny nose in spring and fall, and went to her primary care to  "check on food allergies."  Her parent's wanted to make sure they were doing everything they could to help their daughter.

Food allergy and food reactions are increasingly difficult for many providers!

In fact, a recent study showed that only 30% of primary care providers know how to interpret these labs correctly.  That means that 70% of the time, we are INCORRECT in how we interpret these labs!​

Lana's doctor had her best interest at heart and wanted to do the right thing.  But that's not what happened.

25% of adults and 8% of children

claim food allergies.  

Do you know how to deal with them correctly?​

Lana had an allergy test for food that showed multiple foods positive:  wheat, eggs, milk, peanuts, and tree nuts. Her providers told her to remove the foods, which is what she had been doing for the prior 3 years!

She never had anaphylaxis symptoms and the labs were easily recognized as false positives!  

By the time I saw her for a second opinion, we tried to bring back the foods.  However, she had developed a peanut and tree nut allergy and had severe egg aversion as a result of unnecessarily avoiding these foods!

Misinterpreting the labs actually caused her to have potentially life-long problems!​

Misinterpreting food allergy tests is common.  But food allergies are not the only problem

Allergy is a complicated system with eczema, allergic rhinitis, asthma, and food allergy.  Each part builds on the other.  When tied together correctly, you can fix the entire system.  When done wrong, all parts remain uncontrolled.

Do you know when seasonal allergies are    

not actually allergies?

Susan is a 47 year old woman who saw me as a third (technically, fourth) opinion on her train-wreck of an allergy journey.

Her story started about 6 years earlier when she started to develop "allergies."  Her primary care had started her on allergy medications and leukotriene blockers to try and control the symptoms.  After about 2 years of struggling, they finally referred her to an ENT specialist.​

The ENT specialist talked to the patient and eventually started her on allergy drops.  She was on these for nearly 3 years when she finally got frustrated with them not working.

Exhausted and frustrated, she went to a naturopathic doctor, who "tested her for allergies" by having her hold various vials and recommended she start their clinic's blend of natural remedies for allergies.​

She saw me through the referral of a friend - after 6 years and almost $9,000 wasted on treatment, proper testing showed she didn't really have allergies!  The solution was as simple and less than $20 / month to completely control her symptoms!  You can imagine her frustration at everyone!

I wish I were exaggerating ANY of these stories.  But they are far too common.  And far too easy to fix.

It's Hard to Properly Diagnose and Treat Allergy Diseases

A good primary care should be able to:

  • Properly diagnose food allergy and food intolerance.
    The difference can literally be life and death.  But drama aside, this is a very real problem.  And since unnecessarily avoiding foods can actually CAUSE problems, this distinction is more important than ever.
  • Know the difference between the 3 major causes of "allergies"
    There is one statistic that summarizes this perfectly:  of people who state they have "allergies," only 1/3 (33%) ACTUALLY have allergies.  And 1/4 (25%) don't have allergies at all!  Improper diagnosis leads to improper treatment, wasted money, and patient frustration.
  • Correctly assess asthma control and treat it the right way
    The largest study of asthmatics showed that when BOTH the patient and their primary care assessed the patient and declared their asthma was controlled, OVER HALF (55%) were still NOT WELL CONTROLLED.  Are you properly treating your asthmatics?
  • Most alarmingly, are you able to properly recognize and treat anaphylaxis?This one should be simple.  But a review of ER doctors were presented with anaphylaxis, only 9% use the current practice guidelines to diagnose and LESS THAN HALF used the proper treatment!  And they see emergencies all the time.  How equipped are you to handle this condition?

You've read the stories and seen the studies.  The big question is:  do you want to be part of the problem or part of the solution?

Truly, I don't blame any primary care doctor or their office for these problems.  In truth, I blame allergists!

I went to 2 years of fellowship after my internal medicine residency to learn the nuances of allergy and asthma treatment.  It is really the job of myself and my specialty to get to your office and teach you these tools.  It's what I believe is the right thing to do.  Unfortunately, most allergists disagree.

Allergy is truly a primary care problem, but most allergy specialists aren't willing to help you improve your care.

I wish I knew why.  

To me, teaching my primary care providers better allergy and asthma care is not only part of the allergist's job but should be part of our passion for helping patients feel their very best.

Perhaps too many allergists are greedy.  They are happy to keep the knowledge to themselves so that you refer more patients to their offices.​  Perhaps keeping the confusion is part of their marketing plan?

Well, I believe it is the mission of a good allergist to give their primary care providers the training and information necessary to help as many patients as possible.  I believe it is our job to help.  And I take that responsibility very personally.

It's time to take back your patients from allergy specialists


On Call Allergy is a website I created to get as many primary care providers the information they need... NOW!

I want to give you all the information you need to properly diagnose and treat your allergy and asthma patients and I want you to be able to use it immediately!  We've wasted enough time and our patients have paid the price.

I don't want us to wait any longer to deliver the proper care!

  1.  Website designed to teach: as opposed to the allergists making the specialty confusion, you will learn the tips and tricks quickly and easily.
  2.  Clinical pathways and guidelines: you will get allergy/asthma clinical pathways and guidelines.  Never worry about improper treatment again.
  3.  An allergist on call for YOU: since not all allergists are helpful, I will be different.  You'll get my email and I will always help you with your problems.
  4.  A community of primary care: you are never alone with On Call Allergy.  I will help connect primary care together so we can learn from each other.  There is no reason to do this alone.

What Providers Are Saying About My Solution

John Doe UI/UX Designer


“From the start, I liked this idea.  I was growing tired of hearing the same patient concerns but not having any new solutions.  

Within the first email, I was receiving the information I needed to improve my care.  All I can say is thank you!

Hanna Ryan
-  Pediatrics PA-C

“As simple as learning the right way to use a nose spray.”

“I met Chris Webber at a luncheon he did to meet our group.  From the beginning, I saw his enthusiasm to help.  And by then end, he answered my questions and I found immediate benefit to help my patients is as simple as learning the right way to use a nose spray”

Dr. A Frasier
- Family Medicine Provider
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Welcome to On Call Allergy!

I believe it is my job, as an allergist, to help educate all my providers and to continue to improve allergy and asthma patient care.  As a result:

On Call Allergy is currently COMPLETELY FREE.  

No catch, no trick.  

Just me trying to build a community to help as many providers as possible.​

100% Satisfaction Guaranteed

I PROMISE to protect your email - I HATE SPAM!

Dr. Chris Webber
Creator of

About Myself

I'm a graduate of the Air Force Academy, Loyola Medical School and board certified in Internal Medicine, Allergy and Immunology.

I worked in primary care for 7 years before allergy fellowship and worked very closely with my local providers during my 12 years in the Air Force.  

I miss the camaraderie and teamwork of working closely with primary care providers and will create it for all of us today!  

Still not sure if this is right for you?

I understand.  Your time is valuable.   With increasing patient visits, more paperwork than ever before, constantly changing formularies and insurance plans... why add something else to the mix?

But look at this another way:  I will provide you with all the information you need to improve your allergy and asthma patient care.  How much more simple can it be?

Want to protect your time?

Then subscribe and do nothing else.  I will send you emails with all the allergy tips and tricks that come up from myself or other providers.  You can read what you want, save what you need, and delete the rest!​

Want to improve your patient care?

Then you can take it to the next level.  Read the website, write me your questions and personalize your experience.  The entire point of is to help you.  Not to cause new problems.

Want to become a part of this growing community?

You are not alone in your frustrations with allergy and asthma care.  Through, you will find a community of like-minded providers to share their experience and help you improve your clinical practice.

Advantages vs Disadvantages

I am sure that by this point I'm approaching overkill.  But I'm a good internist at heart... so I will keep writing longer and longer notes inventing problems and then solving them (you know all internists do this!)

The Pros List

  • Allergy / asthma tips and tricks directly emailed to you.  No work needed!
  • A website of information at your fingertips
  • An allergist to answer your personal questions
  • Camaraderie with fellow providers
  • Happier and healthier patients who have fewer frustrations

The Cons List

  • You have to enter your email to sign up
  • Sometimes my tips may be boring
  • And I occasionally misspell things
  • Currently, the website is in the building phase - so there will be some bugs
  • Too much free time created as a result of easier allergy / asthma patient interactions

Here's "What You Get" from On Call Allergy

  • Allergy / asthma tips emailed to your inbox
  • Access to the information in the website
  • Downloads for clinical pathways and guideline based treatment
  • Private facebook group with other providers
  • A community designed to help each other
  • Access to an allergist to answer all your individual patient questions

100% Satisfaction Guaranteed

I PROMISE to protect your email - I HATE SPAM!

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

You are fully protected by our 100% Satisfaction-Guarantee. If you don't get value from or our community, just let me know and I will happily unsubscribe you and no longer bother you.

Note:  You can always unsubscribe yourself.  I HATE SPAM and

I will never waste your time. I will always provide help and value.

P.S.:: I hope you are interested in and improving your allergy / asthma patient's health and happiness AND reducing their frustrations.  Remember, if you sign up now it's completely free!

It is likely that later this year this is shifted into a membership site.  So sign up today and lock in FREE!

Yes, I want to start helping my patients now!