rhinolight

Clinically proven phototherapy for nasal/sinus allergy

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Welcome to Allergy Ireland

Allergy services at Slievemore Clinic began as a part-time facility in 1984.  
Over the years this has evolved into a highly specialised and resourced unit with flexible fiberoptics for assessing nose and sinus allergy, spirometry to assess lung function and the latest anti-allergy therapy, Rhinolight.  Read On 

Food Allergies

What We Offer

allergy consultation, testing and treatment

Rhinolight

Up to 150,000 treatments in tens of thousands of patients worldwide, Rhinolight® offers a new and exciting non-medical treatment for nose and sinus allergy sufferers.

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Allergy Testing

We can test for up to 48 different allergy triggers. This includes the environmental (breathe-in) allergens and up to 24 food type allergies.

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Sinusitis

Affecting as many as 25% of the population. It causes headache, facial pain and even loss of the senses of smell and taste. Don’t put up with it, get help. 

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Hay Fever

Download the Hay Fever Relief App to take control of your hay fever this summer.

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Hay Fever Relief

Medical advisor Dr. Paul Carson

How can the App help with my Hay fever?

  • Get ongoing personalised treatment plans from Hay Fever Relief's expert allergist, Dr. Paul Carson, for your hay fever symptoms.
  • Live Pollen updates for your location.
  • Shop for hay fever treatment products from our online store.
  • Use our information section to find out about self-help tips, natural remedies & diets to help you tackle hay fever this summer!

In the Media

Allergy Ireland

Find out who's been talking about us in the media and why.

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How does Rhinolight work?

Different phototherapies have been used successfully in dermatology (psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, eczema, etc.) for decades. The Rhinolight inventors had the idea to experiment the efficient light composition to be used in the nose which treats allergy by reducing allergic complaints such as runny nose, sneezing, the annoying nasal itching, unbearable blockage and the complications like sinusitis and nasal polyposis.

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Ireland AM Nasal Medical feature - Hay Fever Help

Dr Paul Carson explains the dramatic rise in allergy-related conditions and how they can be treated. He advises on the best drug-free therapies.

Dr. Paul Carson introduces the app to save Hay Fever sufferers

The new Hay Fever Relief mobile app.
Published Irish Independent, April 20 2016

Irish Independent - The ins and outs of hay fever

Dr. Paul Carson interviewed by the Irish Independent.
Published June 10 2015