NAET – Allergy Elimination

The Most Recent Advancement In Allergy Treatment Is Thousands of Years Old

What is NAET?

Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Techniques is an innovative treatment for allergies that is completely natural, painless and non-invasive. This method can be used safely on anyone, even newborn infants and the elderly. NAET can also be used to treat healthy individuals with hidden allergies that could cause illness in the future. In addition, NAET can complement other medical therapies requiring the use of pharmaceutical drugs (e.g. antibiotics, chemotherapy, radiation) by balancing and building the immune system to maximize healing. NAET is a solution that provides relief from adverse reactions to allergens, empowering people to live healthier, much happier lives.

How does NAET work?

NAET uses applied kinesiology (muscle response testing) to detect the kinetic imbalance in the body caused by allergens. After the allergens are identified Oriental Medical techniques are used to clear allergic reactions. This involves the stimulation of specific acupuncture points associated with the major organ systems of the body. Light vibratory pressure is applied to the points along both sides of the spine to eliminate blockages and redirect energy pathways. Allergens must then be completely avoided for 25 hours following a treatment. In most cases, one treatment is all that is needed before casual contact with the allergen can be resumed.

What are the benefits of NAET?

Finding allergies and eliminating them is a positive step in helping your body return to its normal, balanced, metabolic state of homeostasis. Energy is no longer wasted on allergic reactions, but instead can be spent of detoxifying and healing. Future health problems can be prevented by strengthening the immune system and by maintaining a properly functioning metabolism.

Common types of allergens that can be treated

INHALANTS- what is breathed in. Dust, pollen, chemical odors, molds, fungi, mildews, yeasts, rusts

INGESTANTS- what you eat or drink. Foods, beverages, vitamins, drugs

CONTACTANTS- what touches your skin, hair, or mucous membranes. Soap, shampoo, fabrics, fabric sof-teners, water treatment chemicals, yeasts, fungi

INJECTANTS- substances injected into you. medications, blood, vaccines, anti-biotics, insect stings or bites

INFECTANTS- infectious agents. Viruses, bacteria, rickettsia

PHYSICAL AGENTS- substances with physical properties and effects. Heat, cold, wind, light, radiation, electricity,

Pam Durham, Tx Lac, MSOM, MSW, MBA

Pam is a licensed Acupuncturist with a Master’s in Oriental Medicine from the Academy of Oriental Medicine in Austin. In addition to utilizing the techniques of traditional Acupuncture, she specializes in allergy elimination (NAET), pain/disease management, acupuncture without needles, Sound Healing (Acutonics) and Neuro-Emotional Therapy (NET).

Pam is a fourth generation Fort Worthian. Her education includes a Bachelor’s in Social Work from Texas Tech University, a Master’s in Social Work from Our Lady of The Lake in San Antonio, an MBA from TCU, and a Masters of Oriental Medicine from the Academy of Oriental Medicine In Austin.

Pam found an interest and a passion for Acupuncture and Allergy elimination as a patient who was treated for her own chronic allergies, resulting in many quality of life improvements. She translated her positive experience of NAET and acupuncture into a mission of helping others. At Acupuncture Wellness Community Clinic Pam strives to create Affordable Healing for Everyone by Unifying Neighbors in the Spirit of Wellness and Community.

8 Responses to NAET – Allergy Elimination

  1. Stephanie says:

    I suffer from random bouts of hives on my chest and on the side of my face… there is always something here or there going on with my skin and everytime I go to the dermatologist (and I’ve tried quite a few) they tell me there is nothing I can do, rub this or that cream on it and then they send me on my way… it’s been going on for YEARS. Do you think the NAET could help? I live in Dallas and work in Plano so FW is way out of my way… I’d want to make sure there’s a chance you could help…?

    • Pam D says:

      Absolutely, NAET has helped with all types of skin issues. Just this summer, I treated a teacher that was experiencing daily outbreaks of hives and swelling of the lips and face. After working with the basic 15 global nutrients we moved on to some specific issues for her which included MSG, food additives, and tea tree oil. By the end of summer she was experiencing no more hives or face swelling.
      Since we are not on your typical route, I would suggest that you go to the NAET.com website and look for a closer NAET practitioner. I know that Iva Peck in Richardson has a great reputation with NAET and her clinic would be in your normal driving pattern.
      Please let me know if you have any other questions

  2. Michelle Carter says:

    I have suffered from I believe airborne allergies not sure which ones but i have to take Municex and Zrytec or allergy medications on a daily basis 24 hrs a day to breath and my boyfriend thinks I need to see a allergist or someone who can maybe help relieve some of my allergies so I don’t have to take so many over counter medications in order to be able to breath and not so congested. Will this help with these types of allergies? The allergies get so bad that they lead into sinus infections mostly in fall or winter months, but I have to take something all year around.

    • awcc says:

      NAET has definitely helped thousands of allergy sufferers including myself. Just go to the homepage and link to our online appointment system to make an appointment.

  3. Kayl;a says:

    I am a diabetic and was wondering if acupunture can help control it?

    • awcc says:

      Yes, we have seen improvements in controlling blood sugars with acupuncture as well as NAET. At the very least your body will be more balanced and able to work more efficiently and effectively.

  4. carroll says:

    how much does it cost for treatment testing for allergies?

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