Alpha Gal Treatment Keysville VA
There are many methods of acupuncture that can be used to treat alpha-gal allergy symptoms. Our center uses a unique approach, which Dr. Nader Soliman introduced. Soliman Auricular Allegy Treatment (SAAT), a simple technique that uses only one needle, and only one treatment per sensitivities, is the Soliman Auricular Allegy Treatment. This technique is the most effective in relieving alpha-gal allergy symptoms.
There does not appear to be a cure for alpha-gal syndrome, however many people that suffer from the effects of alpha-gal have found help with the use of the Soliman Auricular Allegy Treatment (SAAT), which has shown to provide the most effective relief for allergy symptoms like those found with Alpha-gal.
Soliman Auricular Allergy Treatment (SAAT), is a new powerful technique that offers the most effective relief for allergy symptoms. It is more effective than other treatments. This is an easy, yet effective, acupuncture treatment that places one needle in each ear to reduce allergy symptoms by between 80-95%.
One tiny acupuncture needle is inserted into each ear to treat the allergen. Each needle is covered with a small amount of medical adhesive tape.
The needles should be left in the ear for at least three weeks. This is the time it takes to start the immunological desensitization of the allergen being treated.
The more holistic approach used in Eastern medicine addresses the immune system’s negative reaction to allergens.
SAAT “reprograms” the immune system to not react to allergens.
Soliman Auricular Allegy Treatment (SAAT) is a simple technique that uses only one needle. It only requires one treatment per sensitivity. This technique is the most effective in relieving alpha-gal allergy symptoms.
Auricular (early) acupuncture can be a special alternative therapy that helps the body restore its natural energy balance, improve overall health, and reduce stress. This treatment is intended to relieve stress and anxiety, and any tension.
Auricular Medicine is an acupuncture system that uses the ear to evaluate and treat disturbances in the body. This system is based on the works of Dr. Paul Nogier, a French physician and engineer. In the 1950’s, he started mapping the ear’s reflex points and measuring the responses to electronic frequencies.
Deborah (Debi) Farley
Debi Farley is the founder of Acupuncture Works,LLC in Lynchburg Virginia. She is licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia Board of Medicine as a Licensed Acupuncturist (L. Ac.). She is also licensed by the State of Florida as a Doctor of Oriental Medicine (DOM). Deborah is a Diplomate of the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). She graduated from the East West College of Natural Medicine with a Master’s Degree in Oriental Medicine and a Bachelor’s Degree of Professional Health Sciences. Her training includes over 3,000 classroom hours in Eastern medicine, Western medicine, diagnosis, Chinese herbal pharmacology and nutrition. Deborah is a past-president of the Acupuncture Society of Virginia (ASVA).
As a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York, Debi combines her expertise in nutritional consulting with her clinical treatment strategies. This in-depth knowledge and advanced training helps individuals achieve health goals by applying new concepts into their daily life.
Certified in Soliman Auricular Allergy Treatment (SAAT) and Auricular Medicine, Deborah is Lynchburg and Central Virginia’s expert in the use of Soliman Auricular Allergy Treatment (SAAT). This unique treatment is highly effective for treating all allergies including food allergies like Alpha Gal, Shellfish, Dairy… and chemical and environmental allergies like aspirin, pollen, trees, laundry detergents., pets…
“My lifelong passion in integrative healing therapies reflects my belief that the body has the innate ability to heal itself.”
Keysville is a town in Charlotte County, Virginia, United States. The population was 832 at the 2010 census. One of two branches of Southside Virginia Community College is in Keysville. The surrounding area has tobacco and mixed farming.