Auckland Allergy & Eczema Clinic
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Welcome to

Complete Allergy Care

 

Welcome

The Auckland Allergy & Eczema Clinic (formerly Auckland Allergy Clinic) is the longest established private allergy clinic in Auckland, New Zealand. The clinic was established in 1994 and is now at home in our purpose designed premises in Cowan Street, Ponsonby. The clinic treats both adults and children with all allergic diseases.

Expert evaluation and allergy testing is performed by doctors who are hospital based Specialists in Allergy & Immunology, supported by knowledgeable specialist nursing and dietician care. 

Our team use only scientifically proven diagnostic tests and treatment options that are evidence based and internationally recognised. We adhere to best practice guidelines of the Australasian Society of Clinical Allergy & Immunology (ASCIA) and the European Academy of Allergy & Clinical Immunology (EAACI).

 

Make an Appointment

At our private medical clinic, you can choose an appointment time convenient to you and avoid hospital waiting lists. You may not need a referral from another doctor, please fill out the new patient questionnaire below and we will contact you to make an appointment.

If you're a health professional, use the simple to complete referral form below.

 

Contact

➤ LOCATION

1-3 Cowan Street, Ponsonby,
Auckland, New Zealand

➤ CONTACT

clinic@allergyclinic.co.nz
Phone:  +64 9 376 6185
Fax: +64 9 376 8185

➤ Clinic Hours

Monday : 7.30am–5pm
Tuesday : 7.30am–7.30pm
Wednesday : 7.30am–5pm
Thursday : 7.30am–7.30pm
Friday : 7.30am–5pm

 

Main Areas of Practice


Allergy diagnosis & treatment

When you visit one of our specialists you will undergo a comprehensive assessment to determine the best treatment for you. Find out more about our services.


Asthma

Asthma is a chronic lung condition which causes difficulty breathing due to inflammation and constriction of the airways. Asthma attacks, or worsening of asthma symptoms can occur after exposure to triggers. Allergens (small airborne particles) are major triggers in many people with asthma.

Make a specialist appointment to find out more.


INSECT ALLERGY

An insect allergy is a condition that causes a serious and sometime deadly reaction to an insect sting. Insects that cause the most serious reactions include honey bees, wasps, hornets and stinging ants. Anyone who has had any symptoms of an allergic reaction after being stung should be evaluated by an allergy specialist.

Make a specialist appointment to find out more.


DRUG ALLERGY

A drug allergy is a bad reaction to a medication or drug that happens when the body’s immune system responds to a drug with an abnormal reaction. Allergic reactions can happen with prescribed medicines as well as those bought from a pharmacy or supermarket. Drug allergies may be mild, moderate or severe but in each case medical help is needed. The most important strategy is to stop the medicine and avoid it in the future. In some cases, an allergy specialist may perform tests to diagnose the drug allergy.

Make a specialist appointment to find out more


Eczema

Eczema is a skin disease that causes dry, itchy, scaly red, skin. Proper treatment will restore the natural protection of the skin barrier, so skin care is a must. Despite popular belief, eczema is rarely linked to food allergies. 

Make a specialist appointment to find out more.


food allergy

Food allergies develop when the body's immune system has an abnormal reaction to one or more proteins in a food. Food allergies can lead to serious or even life-threatening allergic reactions.The most important strategy is to avoid eating these foods and know how to treat an allergic reaction.

Make a specialist appointment to find out more.. 


IMMUNODEFICIENCY

Immunodeficiency diseases are rare disorders in which part of the body’s immune system is missing or doesn’t function properly. One of the most important functions of the normal immune system is to protect us against infection. Anyone in who immunodeficiency runs in the family or who suffers with severe, repeated, persistent or unusual infection should be evaluated by an Immunologist.

Make a specialist appointment to find out more.


CONTACT DERMATITIS

Contact dermatitis describes inflammation that is caused by direct skin contact with a subtance in the environment. It results in redness, itching, flaking and sometimes blistering. There are two main types. Irritant contact dermatitis is caused by a substance that damages the skin. Allergic contact dermatitis is caused by a substance that provokes an allergic reaction. Patch testing may be recommended in some cases.

Make a specialist appointment to find out more.


Hives / urticaria

Hives are intensely itchy, raised areas of the skin that are red with a pale centre. The medical term for hives is "urticaria". Hives usually respond well to treatment, which includes medicines and avoiding whatever triggered the hives.

Make a specialist appointment to find out more.


Allergic rhinitis

Allergic rhinitis is caused by a nasal reaction to small airborne particles called allergens. The most common symptoms include nasal itching, watery nasal discharge, sneezing, itchy red eyes, sore throat or hoarse voice. One of the first steps in treating any allergic condition is to avoid or minimise exposure to the allergens that cause the condition.

Make a specialist appointment to find out more.


ANGIOEDEMA

Angioedema is a condition that causes swelling in the tissue under the skin. People with angioedema might have swelling of the eyes, face, lips, mouth, tongue, ears, hands, feet or genitals. Angioedema has many causes including allergy, medicine side-effects and conditions that run in families.

Make a specialist appointment to find out more.


ANAPHYLAXIS

Anaphylaxis is a potentially deadly allergic reaction that is rapid in onset. There are many possible triggers and anaphylaxis is a frightening experience. The chance of a future anaphylactic reaction can be reduced with testing to determine the trigger and the reassurance of an anaphylaxis treatment plan. Anyone who has experienced an anaphylactic reaction should be evaluated by an allergy specialist.

Make a specialist appointment to find out more.

 
 

 
 
Our mission is to offer a comprehensive, holistic, and personalised service to diagnose and treat allergic diseases in adults and children.
— Auckland Allergy & Eczema Clinic
 
 

 
 
 

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To make an appointment, please fill out the New Patient Questionnaire.
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