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Find out expert information about allergy testing and treatment of allergies with Dr. Adrian Morris


Meet Dr. Adrian Morris

Dr. Morris is an Adult and Children’s Allergy Consultant with postgraduate diplomas in Allergy, Dermatology, Family Practice and Paediatrics. Read more

Expert Allergy Testing

Dr. Morris consults in Cape Town and Johannesburg, specialising in allergy testing and treatment plans for patients of all ages. Read more

Appointment Information

Read about what to expect at your initial allergy consultation, including allergy testing procedures, fees and clinic locations.Read more

Clinic Notice Board

  • Hay fever season alert. Now we are in September and tree's are in full blossoming releasing plenty of pollen, the grass pollen levels will rise in late September and peak in October. Dust mite levels have started to drop as we open up our homes and let the warmer air in. Mould spores may still cause asthmatic symptoms particularly in Spring and Autumn. So make sure you asthma treatments and antihistamine prescriptions are renewed. The drought in the Western Cape is likely to increase pollen levels.   Allergy interview on Radio Cape Talk with Pippa Hudson and Dr Morris Listen to what Dr Morris has to advise allergy sufferers on dust mites, food allergies and Mosquito's. Click on this link to download podcast.

South African Pollen & Allergen Forecast

  •  18th to 23rd September 2017 (Week 38)

    Pollen Level Indoor Level Mould Level
    Cape Town Med Med Med
    Johannesburg Med Med Low
    Durban Med Med Med
    Pollen: Tree, grass & weed pollen (triggers hay fever)
    Indoor: Dust mites, cat & dog dander (triggers asthma, eczema & rhinitis)
    Mould: Mildew spores (triggers asthma)
    Disclaimer: These aero-allergen levels are not real-time values but projections taking into account current climatic and weather conditions together with levels from previous years.