Protect Against Desert Pollens and Allergies
A precision-based therapy can treat the organ system involved in an overreaction, says Dr. Sara Penton.
There are many people suffering from allergies in Arizona that experience unpleasant and frustrating symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, itchy eyes, congestion, headaches and even skin reactions. Many believe that by relocating to a desert state, they will be less prone to spring allergies, but there are desert pollens in Arizona that cause them, too.
Our allergies may come from many trees and plants during March, April and May, including cedar, juniper, cypress, ash and mulberry, as well as some ragweed species, Bermuda grass, rabbit bush and desert marigold, that trigger allergic rhinitis, or hay fever. There is an advanced therapy that can relieve or considerably alleviate allergy symptoms that is completely non-invasive, pain-free and suitable for everyone from children to adults and seniors.
Advanced Allergy Therapeutics (AAT) is a precision-based therapy that treats the organ systems involved in an overreaction. AAT does not treat the immune system; instead, the therapy focuses on inappropriate reactions to a harmless substance in relation to the organs systems to produce rapid, long-term results for the relief of associated symptoms. AAT merges 21st-century science with modern chiropractic principles in offering an effective alternative in the treatment of symptoms associated with allergies and sensitivities.
It was developed over more than 15 years of clinical research by reconditioning the body to respond more appropriately to harmless substances. The success of the allergy treatment is attributed to the extensive knowledge base and in-depth study of the allergens and offending agents, allowing for the treatment of a broad range of symptoms. AAT treatment does not rely on the use of medications, herbal remedies or supplements.
While the immune system is responsible for initiating an immune reaction in the case of true allergies, it is the health and state of the organ systems that often determines the type of symptoms that may arise. With both sensitivities and allergies, symptoms typically stem from the organ system affected. For example, one patient may have a reaction to soybean by getting rashes, while another patient may react with sinus congestion, heartburn or irritable bowel syndrome.
The symptoms in each of these cases represent a different organ system involved. By treating the organ system involved in a reaction, the body is able to respond more appropriately. During treatment, gentle pressure is used on points that correspond with the organ systems involved in a reaction. The degree of stress on the organ systems caused by an allergen or offending agent is proportional to the degree of the negative reaction.
While the stimulation is applied, a subtle representation of the offending substance is introduced to the surface of the skin. The stimulation reduces the stress on the affected organ system for a more appropriate response. All holistic fields of medicine are aligned in the approach to treat the whole body.
Dr. Sara Penton, a chiropractic physician and doctor, is the owner of Absolute Health, in Scottsdale. For more information, call 480-991-9945 or visit AbsoluteHealthAz.com.