We have tried the laser method, and I think we really wanted it to work, but my son sneezes just as much as he always has. Luckily, we were able to get money back from the Dr. that did the treatment. Also, I am not convinced this is sound science. As we had friends try the same treatment on 2 of their kids - it did not make a difference on them either. I know the Dr that does the treatment has had some success with other patients (there are hand written testimonials in his office). So, I guess my argument would be the Doctors that offer this treatment need to guarantee their work. And I will finish this thread by stating I just heard my son sneeze 11 times in a row.....I can recommend Nasal Crom for seasonal/pollen type allergies. No side effects, and once it takes hold in your system it maintains a level of tolerance I or my son have not had with any other medicine.
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I was very skeptical at first about this treatment. I have had significant success with treatments for allergies (primarly dust mites, dust, mold, pollen).
I wanted to get away from taking meds (I have dry eyes and use Restasis) and also hoped it would help my fibromyalgia. I have not wanted to do allergy shots since there is a history of anaphalytic reactions to shots in my family. I too went to an office in Gahanna, Ohio. I have not used any meds for my allergies for the last two years (since I completed treatment). I have continued to rinse my sinuses daily (i needed to do this while on meds also) with the Neil Med Sinus Rinse. I use the green packets (which is equivalent to 2 blue packets) which are "saltier". In the winter I have continued to rinse up to 2 times daily.
Each spring, I find that I need 1 to 3 extra treatment sessions. This spring - 2013 - was a very bad allergy season in Central Ohio and I returned 3 times. It can take up to a week for the retreatment to become fully effective. I was sneezing and running all day everyday, and a week after treatment I could work in the garden again.The treatments require you to avoid specific allergens or foods for the rest of the day. (So I had to avoid being outside (to avoid pollens), or cleaning the house (to avoid house dust). If you don't follow this then the treatments will not be effective. This is not a quick fix type of treatment. Your allergies do not magically disappear - there are supplements that are required, there are things you need to avoid after each treatment (as noted above), you need to be well hydrated before and after treatment, there are optimal waiting periods between treatments for best success. I was careful about following the guidelines.
She has a stronger laser now than she did when I began and treatments are much quicker and more effective. A bracelet is also offered that helps improve success. Someone I referred to the office had a major problem with cats, and she has also had significant success. Treatments are $125 each - to me a sum that I can budget for. I believe the whole treatment regimen is 10-12 sessions with a discount for prepaying.
Yes, I have personally tried and more importantly have taken my family members and friends to have it used on them. It works!
My daughter at 47 years old had been allergic to avocados since college days. She loves them and was always trying to snatch a bite of mine when we were out eating. Even a small bite caused her mouth and throat to immediately start severely itching! As as an RN I am very aware of anaphylactic shock and so, was very concerned about her. I heard about a chiropractor in our town that uses this laser method and took her to him. He treated her told her to wait 24 hours and then eat some avocado. She was overjoyed to find that the first bite did not cause any reaction at all so, she continued eating a large piece - again no reaction. When my son-in-law heard this he immediately made plans to get his allergy to bananas cured. Again, he ate them as a child and then in college found they caused extreme itching to mouth and throat. After a 24 hour wait, he had the same result as my daughter. He now eats a banana everyday with his morning smoothie. Since, then I have sent many friends and neighbors to get cured. One friend actually had a gluten sensitivity that was cured. I know that it works and doctors know that it works. That is why the medical association has had it banned for Chiropractic use in California. When anything threatens their pocketbook they get rid of it.
I had complete relief from all sorts of environmental and food allergies with a type of laser treatment. I had gone various other routes to no success. I found out about the laser therapy from a friend who's son had severe peanut allergies that were completely gone after the laser treatment. She had also tried other treatments for her son that did nothing. Science is not omniscient.
Our Nutritionist uses cold laser therapy (not sure if this is exactly the same thing) but it has helped clear allergies I have had. I thought it was crazy at first!! Recently i had a reaction to chili peppers, VERY PAINFUL, after seeing the nutritionist and using the laser I was cleared of the allergy. I healed quickly from the nasty rash and have full faith in this treatment.
I'm sorry, I had to weigh in on this, even though my sons are now in their 20's. While I did not have any food allergies, for a long, LONG time I WAS extremely allergic to perfume. (Note: regular' allergists disagreed, saying it wasn't a true 'allergy', just a 'sensitivity.' Those same docs also could do nothing to help, other than prescribing rescue inhalers and suggesting I 'try' another 'new' inhaler... that would have cost me $250 a month, which I couldn't afford.). The inhaler didn't help a whole lot, and it was getting to the point I was feeling like there wasn't any sense in going ANYwhere. This ALLERGY was debilitating - one deep breath and I would be coughing for half an hour - and not a polite cough, but the deep, wracking, gut-wrenching kind of cough that sometimes sounded like a seal bark. Between the coughing and breathlessness I would get EVERY TIME I was exposed, my lungs deteriorated more with each attack, and twice I landed in the ER with pleurisy. The second time - just this past summer - I was told I'm now showing signs of COPD. And before you ask, yes, I used to smoke, but quit almost seven years ago. Now that I've given the background...
Five years ago, I had the whole BAX 3000 series of testing/treatments. At the time, I didn't notice a whole lot of change, though my husband felt I was better than I had been. Two weekends ago, I had two days of being exposed to colognes/fragrances that provoked particularly bad asthma attacks, and I left church Sunday in tears. Hubby suggested I call the friend who had recommended the BAX 3000 to see if she had ever had to return for any follow-up treatments for her pet allergies. She had. To make him happy (I was SURE it wouldn't work), I made an appointment with Dr. Ted, the chiropractor who I'd seen five years ago. That was last Wednesday. Since Saturday (I had to stay away from any perfume/cologne odors for 24 hours, and opted to wait even longer), I've been exposed numerous times to situations which would have normally sent me running; coughing, hacking, wheezing and gasping for breath. Each time... NOTHING. I barely even smell the perfumes anymore, unless they're so strong that, as my husband puts it - "I can TASTE it!"
I'm here to tell you that I was as surprised as anyone that it worked. I don't understand WHY it does (which is how I found this page, because I'm trying to find out more info so that I CAN understand it! What I can say is that, THIS time, it sure worked for me. I feel like I might actually have a shot at doing NORMAL things, like everyone else now! I also want to say: if you haven’t gone through it – had a terrible allergy to something and searched for years for a cure without success, UNTIL now! – ...I don’t see where anyone who has NOT experienced that should have the right to criticize the BAX 3000. “There are more things in Heaven and on Earth…” and no one but God is omniscient.
"ski7700: We have tried the laser method, and I think we really wanted it to work, but my son sneezes just as much as he always has. Luckily, we were able to get money back from the Dr. that did the treatment."
Out of curiosity, did you comply with the after-treatment rules? (I remember having to not eat or smell certain things after being treated for them) Second question would be - had the doctor in question had the equipment for very long, or was he perhaps just starting out, and still becoming familiar with it?
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