Most people have the mistaken concept that to have an "allergy" means having a runny or stuffy nose along with a headache or perhaps breathing difficulty. But allergies can present with many symptoms which at first may seem totally unrelated. But what exactly is an allergy? An allergy is a hyper-sensitive reaction to a substance which otherwise is quite harmless or even beneficial to the vast majority of people. Some 40 to 50 million Americans have allergies that may range from mild to severe and even life threatening. Many researchers have noted that one can even have an allergy to substances which are essential such as vitamins and minerals. Allergies to iodine and sulfur are now quite common rather than the exception.


The initial cause is an imbalance or blockage of the body's electromagnetic energy that flows through the meridian systems of the body. This in turn causes disruption of the immune and nervous systems. Often allergies run in families and for this reason are considered genetic. Food allergies are common with sugar, corn, wheat, milk, eggs, and soybeans being the most prevalent. Exposure to toxins such as pesticides, common household cleaners, and formaldehyde can trigger an allergy in sensitive persons. Simply smelling cigarette smoke or perfume can cause headaches, dizziness, and even nervous disorders. Molds, fungus, and candida are major offenders and can lead to chronic illness. In fact, if you have chronic pain or illness that has not responded to traditional medical care, the chances are good that you may have an allergy to molds, fungus, or yeast. Patients who have undergone treatment with antibiotics or steroids are especially susceptible.

Muscle Response Testing is used to determine the presence of allergies rather than injecting the allergen or scratching the skin to evoke a positive response. Such testing, although routine, can cause a severe allergic reaction and are avoided for this reason.


Health experts now recognize that most chronic illnesses are actually caused by undiagnosed allergies. This includes many diverse conditions including: asthma, ADD/ADHD, arthritis, cough, backache, depression, ear "infections", eczema, fibromyalgia, headaches, chronic fatigue, hormone imbalances, migraines, mood swings, PMS, psoriasis, and sinusitis. The hidden cause may be allergies.

A revolutionary, effective and safe technique that can detect and eliminate allergies is available at this clinic. This is a drugless and natural method for regaining your health and often results in permanent relief from allergies and chronic pain. This technique is the result of over 20 years of research and clinical application by Dr. Scott and incorporates chiropractic spinal manipulation, Meridian Therapy, homeopathy, and low level laser therapy.