New Laser Therapy Relieves Allergies
A new laser treatment that has reportedly provided some allergy sufferers the freedom to put away their handkerchiefs, certainly has more than just the chiropractic community talking, as Channel 4 News in Murrysville, PA discusses this innovative therapy.
News anchor Michelle Wright spoke with chiropractic patients about this new laser therapy. She found some patients saying the new laser treatment zapped away their allergies. This new laser, known as LZR7, is FDA approved, but has only recently been used by chiropractic services.
This news anchor was emailed by a woman claiming that her husband’s allergies were gone, and he was able to breathe through his nose while sleeping, all credit was attributed to the LZR7. The man in this story is Joe Manion, who commonly complained of seasonal and pet allergies. Manion said he suffered with allergies for years, and he was unable to pet his furry dog. He said after, “five minutes, my eyes would swell up, they'd get itchy, they would run…” Does this sound all too familiar?
LZR7 Patient Testimony
The LZR7 may just be a revolutionary allergy treatment, and is deemed as, “The best way to describe it is 21st-century acupuncture.” During Manion’s first laser therapy appointment, he said, “…I came in and my head was all stuffed up, my nose was stuffed up, and halfway through my treatment, I felt my nose clear and my head clear up."
Laser therapy is a relatively short session, lasting only a few minutes. The chiropractor holds the laser device and traces the ears, the collarbone (clavicle), hands, feet, and spine, and all without a hint of pain!
First LZR7 Treatment for Allergies
Dr. Danielle Marra, a practicing chiropractor in Murrysville, PA, is very pleased to be the first in the state to utilizing this new laser. Marra says this new device is amazing because ,”…[it] stimulates acupuncture points on a person, and the acupuncture points release endorphins and fool the body into thinking those frequencies, those digitized allergens, are not something that should be harmful -- something that's harmless." She even says she’s treated patients with skin conditions, such as eczema and psoriasis
Any person of any age can get the LZR7 treatment, except individuals with electrical implanted devices such as pacemakers, people with certain cardiac conditions, or people on seizure medication.
View the news report by visiting: http://www.wtae.com/health/24114031/detail.html#ixzz1m04YRY00