Allergy Consultant Led Allergy Testing in Bournemouth

Dr Salagean (MD) is the lead allergy consultant offering private allergy testing at Nuffield Hospital, Bournemouth. She performs a range of skin prick tests and other allergy testing methods for various allergens.

ABOUT

Read more about Dr. Salagean, the lead allergy consultant at Holistic Allergy.

EDUCATION

Educate yourself about allergies, asthma or various skin conditions from our expert-written blog articles.

APPOINTMENTS

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All In One Allergy Management

The clinic welcomes patients from the Hampshire, Dorset and Wiltshire local area including Bournemouth, Poole and The New Forest, or further afield.
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Allergy Specialist

30+ Years of experience working in the NHS as an allergy specialist and with respiratory diseases including asthma and COPD.
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Nuffield Hospital

Based at a well renowned purpose built hospital in Bournemouth covering Poole and the rest of Dorset.
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Range of Allergens

We provide testing for suspected allergens including pollens, dog and cat dander, and various foods. Test results are available within 15 minutes.
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Science Based Medicine

The management options offered are always based on the latest research and evidence based medicine in clinical practice.
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Face to Face or Virtual

We offer both face to face consultations at our allergy clinic on the grounds of Nuffield Hospital, or virtual consultations.
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Correspondence

Following your consultation, we write both to you and your GP informing you of the consultation and agreed management.

Are you ready for a consultation?

Contact us to discuss your needs and book an allergy test or a consultation.

Are you ready for a consultation?

Contact us to discuss your needs and book an allergy test or a consultation with Dr Salagean.
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Our Most Popular Allergy Consultations

Food Allergy Testing

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Food allergies can be serious and even life-threatening for many people. Skin prick testing involves placing a small amount of the suspect allergen on your skin and observing for a response. This can be done for a wide range of foods including tree nuts, peanuts, fruits, eggs, fish, crustaceans, and many more available for a quick and effective diagnosis. Oral challenge tests and blood tests to check for an allergy are also available.

Hayfever, Tree Pollen and Other Pollens Allergy Testing

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Around 1 in 4 UK adults have an allergy to pollen. Our team can use skin prick testing to identify the type of pollen you are allergic to and recommend sublingual immunotherapy to improve your symptoms. Different types of pollen (tree pollen, grass or weed) are more prevalent at different times of the year. You can use our pollen count page to check the pollen count in your area.

House Dust Mite Allergy Testing

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Allergy to house dust mites is very common and can lower your quality of life. A skin prick test can quickly identify whether you are allergic and we can offer you the right treatment options.

Wasps and other Insect Sting Allergies

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Have you been stung by a wasp and reacted badly? Or was bitten by a spider or mosquito and had a widespread rash? We can test and help you manage various allergies to insect stings.

Pet Allergies, Mould, and Other Allergen Testing (e.g. Latex)

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Indoor allergens are more popular now than ever before. This includes allergy to cats and dogs, but also to other pollutants such as mould or chemicals used for washing and cleaning.

Immunotherapy for Allergies

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Immunotherapy is a proven treatment for decreasing the severity of your allergy. It is available in sublingual form for a wide range of allergens.

Eczema and Urticaria Management

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Sometimes simple measures are not enough to control your eczema or urticaria. Allergy testing may be required to rule out allergens that could be flaring up your symptoms and you may need more advanced therapy. We can also review potential cases of chronic spontaneous urticaria to rule out other potential diagnoses.

Food Intolerance Diagnosis and Management

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By excluding other causes such as true food allergies, we can help you identify food intolerances. Although no specific tests in the majority of cases, a food intolerance tends to be a diagnosis of exclusion.

Allergy Education

Our expert written articles educate and help you better live with allergies.

Immunotherapy for Hayfever

Hay fever, also known as allergic rhinitis, is caused by an allergy to different pollens. In England, the grass pollen counts are particularly high in late spring and mid summer. They subsequently peak in July, before coming back down to virtually zero by the end of autumn. If you are suffering from severe symptoms, then…

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Lupin Allergy: Guide to Patients and Families

Lupin allergy affects about 1% of the population, so it’s not classed as a common allergen. While it doesn’t cause problems in most people, it can lead to anaphylactic shock in those susceptible, especially if ingested through contaminated food. The Lupin plant is readily recognised as having vibrant spikes of flowers which tend to flower…

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Cat Allergy Testing

Cat allergy is relatively common in the UK and other parts of the world. It’s also the most common type of allergy to animals, affecting about 20% of the general population. This also means that it is significantly more common than allergy to dogs. Getting a cat allergy test is therefore straightforward and can be…

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Tree Nut Allergy

Getting a nut allergy test is the right step forward if you suspect that you might be allergic to tree nuts. Unfortunately, the incidence of tree nut allergies has gone up in the last 10 years across the world. Nuts are now one of the most common and serious food allergens affecting both children and…

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Palforzia: Peanut Allergy Treatment

Peanut allergy can be one of the most problematic allergies in both children and adults. It affects about 2% of the population in the UK and it can often cause reactions as severe as anaphylaxis. Unfortunately, its incidence is also on the increase, with about a 3.5-fold increase in the last two decades. Up until…

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