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White House, TN 37188 US

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Allergy Elimination Treatment

This Allergy Elimination Technique is a non-invasive, drug free, natural solution to eliminate allergies of all types. This treatment blends acupuncture/acupressure, chiropractic, and kinesiological disciplines of medicine. If you suffer from any allergic condition or if your health condition has developed from an allergy, no matter how long you have been sick or how old you are, we can help you. This treatment has successfully eliminated adverse reactions to egg, milk, peanuts, penicillin, shellfish, latex, grass, ragweed, perfume, animal dander, make-up, chemicals, cigarette smoke, just to name a few.
We have found that we are able to treat multiple items per visit with much success!  This speeds up your healing process at a lower cost to you.

*The video below provides instructions on stimulating the gate points after treatment*

The following video is a study on autism by NAET. It explanins NAET and shows several children before and after treatment.

Some symptoms we can help with:

Addictions
Alcoholism
Allergic-rhinitis
Angina (chest pain)
Appetite loss or gain
Arthritis
Asthma
Bad breath
Bed wetting
Bloating
Breast swelling
Bronchitis
Bulimia
Caffeine
Chocolate
Coffee
Colds & Cough 
Colitis
Constipation
Cough
Cramping
Decreased sex drive
Diarrhea
Diverticulitis
Dizziness
Allergy to over the counter drugs
Allergy to prescription drugs
Drug abuse
Drug dependency
Dry mouth
Duodenal ulcer
 
Ear infections
Eating disorders
Eczema
Edema (fluid retention)
Emphysema
Fainting spells
Fatigue
Fever
Fibromyalgia
Forgetfulness
Gallstones
Gas (colon)
Gastric distress
Hair loss
Hayfever
Headache
Headache (Migraine)
Heart irregularities
Heartburn
Hemorrhoids
Hives
Hyperactivity 
Hypertension (high blood pressure)
Ileo-caecal valve Syndrome
Indigestion
Infertility
Insomnia
Irritability
Itching
Jaundice
Joint pain
Keratosis
 
Lactose Intolerance
Laryngitis
Low back pain
Menstrual disorders
Mental confusion / disorientation
Mood swings
Mucous production
Muscle spasms
Neck aches
Numbness
Obsessive behavior
Pain, unexplained
PMS 
Post-nasal drip
Psoriasis
Restless Legs
Restlessness
Respiratory infections
Ringing in ears
Seizures
Shortness of breath
Sinusitis
Skin problems
Sneezing
Sore throat
Swelling
Tingling sensation 
Urinary tract disorders
Vision disturbances
Weight loss or gain
Yeast infections
 

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  • "They are super friendly and knowledgeable, willing to address any questions or concerns. Additionally, they are flexible with insurance and do their best to make it work."
    - A.M. / White House, TN

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