Allergy Clinic For Hayfever Treatments In London

At Allergy Relief Clinic, we provide our patients with private allergy treatments specifically those suffering with severe seasonal hay fever allergies.

allergy hayfever clinic

Why Choose Us?

Trained and insured medical professionals

Complimentary
consultation

Multiple
locations

How to find us

By Tube/Rail:
The closest stations are Old Street (Northern Line and National Rail), Moorgate (Northern, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan Lines and National Rail), and Barbican (Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan Lines). Exit at the station closest to your starting point and it’s just a short walk from there.

Walking Directions from Nearby Stations: Old Street Station – Exit onto Old Street, walk west for 0.4 miles, turn right onto Whitecross St Moorgate Station – Exit onto Moorgate, walk east on South Place for 0.2 miles, turn left onto Whitecross St
Barbican Station – Exit onto Aldersgate St, walk south for 0.3 miles, turn right onto Whitecross St

By Car:
There are a few parking options located very close by on Britannia Walk (just off Whitecross St) and Banner Street (off South Place). However, roads can be congested so public transport is recommended if possible.

HayFever Treatment in London

The peak hay fever season typically runs from late March through September, especially during warm, humid, and windy conditions when pollen counts are at their highest. According to the NHS, the most common hay fever symptoms include:

  • Sneezing and coughing
  • A runny or blocked nose
  • Itchy, red, or watery eyes
  • Itchy throat, mouth, nose, and ears
  • Loss of smell
  • Pain around the temples and forehead
  • Headaches
  • Earaches
  • Feeling fatigued

For those who also suffer from asthma, hay fever can exacerbate the following symptoms:

  • A tight feeling in the chest
  • Shortness of breath
  • Wheezing and/or coughing

If you persistently experience the above symptoms and seek long-lasting relief throughout the entire season, seeking treatment for hay fever is highly recommended.

How it works

Consultation

Before we put a treatment plan in place, all patients must have a consultation with one of our clinicians.

During The Consultation

We will discuss the treatment plans with you and determine which solution would suit you.

After The Treatment

After you have received the treatment, there is a potential follow up after. This will depend on the level of severity of your symptoms.

Get in Touch

    YesNo

    YesNo

    FAQs

    What are the non-medical treatments for hay fever?

    • Stay indoors on high pollen count days.
    • Reduce bare skin as much as possible – the allergy can be made worse by pollen on the skin – not just the nose, eyes & mouth.
    • Have frequent showers to wash any pollen off the skin.

    When is the best time to get the Hay Fever treatment?

    Pollen peaks predominately during March to September, getting the treatment ahead of time is beneficial for suppressing the inflammatory cell response before they are provoked.

    How Do I Book Treatment At The Clinic In London Old Street?

    To book here at the allergy clinic in London Old Street, please fill out the booking form so that we can fit you in at your preferred date and time.