Our Experts
Rose Crichton, BSc (Hons)

Rose is our lead scientist. She has a degree in Biomedical Sciences from the University of Southampton: one of the top 20 universities in the country and part of the top 100 in the world. She has over six years of clinical experience caring for patients in both the NHS and private healthcare sectors. She is also a member of the British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology (BSACI).

Our Partners

Sara Crichton, BSc (Hons). Grad.Dip.Phys MCSP

Sara is the lead physio and owner of Uckfield Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Centre. This is our partner company and we are currently based within the physio clinic itself. She has over 25 years of experience as a physio, specialising in sports injuries, within the healthcare sector. she has been running her own clinic for 18 years and is always on hand to provide expert healthcare advice. 

Our Practice


IGE Allergy and Intolerance Clinic was established by our current lead scientist in 2019. Bringing together prestigious biomedical qualifications with years of clinical healthcare experience: our mission is to provide a personalised premium health optimisation service without the waiting times. We use conventional science and diagnostic methods to help you to maintain and improve your health and wellbeing. We are currently based within the same Clinic as Uckfield Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Centre. However, we are looking to move to a larger and more permanent premises locally in the near future. We aim to expand our range of testing services and establish more clinics across the south of England in the next couple of years. The team at IGE would like to wish you a warm welcome and endeavour to provide an excellent private healthcare service for you and your family.   



Latest Clinic News and FAQs:


New Services Coming Soon!


Here at IGE Allergy and Intolerance Clinic, we currently offer allergy and food intolerance services. However, we are looking to expand our range of testing services considerably in the near future. We hope to include tests looking at different essential nutrient levels....Watch this space!  


How do I know if what I have is an allergy or an intolerance?


Some of the symptoms of an allergy and an intolerance are the same. This can make it difficult to know what you may have. Not to worry! Simply make an appointment with our clinic and we'll do the work for you. It's up to our expert scientists to decide whether you may have an allergy or an intolerance and what type of tests you may require.



Why IGE?


The origin of our name lies inside the blood sample you give to be tested for possible allergies. To determine whether or not you might have an allergy, the scientists at the laboratory look for the presence of a specific immunoglobulin (an antibody) termed IgE. IgE is produced by the body in response to allergens such as dust mite or pollen. And so, our name was born!

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