Dr. Michael Miller is now retired after 41 years of practice and is no longer seeing allergy patients.

The accounting, billing, and insurance department remains open two days a week (Tuesday and Thursday) to assist patients with outstanding balances, insurance and account questions. To reach this office, please call 865-588-5419.

To obtain copies of your medical records or if you have questions regarding the continuation of your allergy care, The Allergy, Asthma & Sinus Center is now the custodian of your medical records. They can be reached at 865-584-0962. Please identify yourself as a former patient of Dr. Michael Miller. This will help them in meeting your needs.

We wish you the best in your future allergy care.

Patient Information

Your First Visit

To assist you in preparation for your visit, we have provided the following information for you and request that you complete the appropriate registration and patient history forms noted in the Patient Forms section below before your visit.

Your initial consultation will consist of:

  • a complete allergy history
  • physical examination
  • medical therapy as indicated

Allergy skin testing will be performed at this time, if needed, so you should plan on spending 2-1/2 to 3 hours with us.

Patient Forms

Please print and complete the Patient Registration form and your appropriate History Questionnaire and bring them with you:

  1. All patients:
  2. Patients with respiratory problems involving the nose, throat, lungs, eyes and ears; and headaches:
  3. Patients with skin rashes, swelling and/or eczema:
  4. Insect Sting Allergy Patients (and those with other problems not noted above):

Additional Preparation Instructions

To further assist us with your visit, we ask that:

  • You wear a short-sleeved shirt to allow easy access to the lower arms.
  • Medications such as antihistamines and decongestants not be taken for 48 hours prior to your appointment. (You may continue to take other medications such as cortisone preparations, insulin, high blood pressure pills and asthma medications.)
  • Women who are pregnant inform our office at the time of their visit.
  • Persons under 18 years old be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  • You refrain from wearing perfumes or after-shave lotions during your visit with us as these can cause allergy attacks or asthma in some patients.
  • When bringing a child, please make arrangements for a baby-sitter for your other children so that you may receive the privacy in our office that most adults do.

At the conclusion of your initial visit, we will provide you with a summary of our findings and treatment recommendations. We look forward to serving your allergy needs!