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Allergy Elimination Technique is a non-invasive therapeutic modality that permanently eliminates any form of allergy or sensitivity. Originally derived from research using a Traditional Chinese Medicine approach, the treatment has advanced so that acupuncture needles are optional.

Treatments involve the use of acupressure at selected points on the body and is quick and painless even for infants and toddlers. The Alternative Allergy elimination technique treats any negative reaction to any substance or stimuli by reprogramming the immune system to correct the error.

Traditional treatments include antihistamines, corticosteroids or immunotherapy (which uses regular injections of the allergens to slowly desensitize the body, with gradual results over a 6- 12 month period. The most conventional treatment is strict avoidance which can be difficult for most people and very difficult with children. Allergy elimination therapy can resolve the symptoms of an allergy within 24 hours. There is no need for avoidance and the results are generally permanent.

Q: How does the treatment work?

A: The treatment temporarily stimulates and strengthens all the major organ systems of the body while the patient is safely exposed to the allergen. Since most allergies are caused from a negative association with the substance including hereditary allergies, the treatment reprograms the immune system to associate the substance with strengthening all the organ systems. Instead of perceiving the substance as dangerous, the immune system then perceives it as harmless and no longer sends warning signals in the form of symptoms.

Many conditions may seem unrelated to allergies but are actually hidden allergic reactions. The symptoms often extend far beyond what is conventionally considered an allergy. The most common allergy, which over 35 million American are afflicted with, is hay fever, or what is medically terms allergic rhinitis. The number of allergy sufferers increases substantially when one includes other less typical allergic reactions. Most people identify allergies only with hay fever symptoms such as watery, itchy eyes, sneezing, runny nose and congestion. However, many allergic reactions stem from foods as well as items that touch the skin and even from substances produced within the body itself. When exposed to the offending item, the immune system initiates a reaction to warn the body of the potential danger.

In conventional medicine, an allergy is diagnosed from the presence of an immunoglobulin (antibody), created by the immune system to fight against an antigen. This is tested by measuring IgE levels in the blood. The presence of the IgE antibody sets off a specific reaction whereby the immune system releases histamine, leukotrienes and other chemical substances. These biochemical’s inflame the linings of the nose, sinuses, eyelids, and eyes or may created related histamine reactions such as hives.
Not all negative reactions correspond with the presence of an IgE antibody, nor do all allergy symptoms stem from a histamine release.

Allergic symptoms may be triggered by anything that the body is exposed to, and the reactions may continue long after the exposure. Allergens may include: any food items, vitamins, enzymes, fats, laundry detergents, perfumes, MSG, medications, supplements, fabrics, lotions, digestive acids, etc. Allergens may also include stimuli such as barometric pressure change that causes headaches or joint pain, as well as reactions caused by dryness or humidity and hot and cold temperatures.

It is estimated that over 50% of Americans suffer from hidden allergies that go undiagnosed. Allergy symptoms can occur from any substance and may affect any of the major organ systems in the body.
Q: If the Alternative Allergy elimination is derived from acupuncture does it require needles?

A: The treatment involves gentle pressure over acupuncture points which allows both small children and infants to be treated comfortably.
Many people prefer to have acupuncture with the treatment, although it is not necessary for the treatment to be effective.

Q: Do I have to avoid anything for the treatments to work?

A: No. Our clinic uses advanced computer technology so that you no longer have to avoid contact with the allergen being treated for the next day as with other methods.
Q: I seem to react to things that did not show up positive on an allergy test. Are these still considered allergies?

A:
The body may react with a multitude of symptoms that don’t include the production of immunoglobulins.
Q: How many treatments does it take?

A: Allergens are cleared, or treated, one at a time. Most allergens usually take one or two treatments to be permanently eliminated. You may treat many items in one session  as long as they are in the same allergen family. Experience over many years has shown that the best results are obtained if the allergens are cleared in a specific sequence. Individuals who are highly sensitive may require additional combination clearings or treatments.

Q: Are the results permanent?

A: For over 80% of the patients treated the results are permanent. Some allergies may require more than one treatment to eliminate.

The treatment is also effective for treating allergic reactions which may be responsible for attention deficit disorder, or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.