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January 10, 2023

What is Non-Invasive Treatment? The Breakdown and The Benefits

What is Non-Invasive Treatment? The Breakdown and The Benefits

Regardless of the illness, disease, or condition, today’s medical practices offer a smorgasbord of conventional and non-conventional treatments, some of which work for most people and some of which do not.  At St. Louis Allergy Relief Center, we pride ourselves on taking a holistic approach to patient care with a focus on effective non-invasive treatment. If you are unsure as to what non-invasive allergy treatments look likeread on to discover the benefits, treatment options, and overall procedures of the most gentle, safe and effective therapy for allergies, intolerances, and sensitivities. 


What is Non-Invasive Treatment?

Non-invasive treatment is characterized by procedures that do not break the skin nor require incision into the body. Natural and holistic non-invasive treatments are painless and do not use pills, injections, nor herbal remedies. At St. Louis Allergy Relief Center, our therapy, Advanced Allergy Therapeutics (AAT) is holistic, non-invasive, no needles, no drugs, no herbal remedies, no supplements, and no avoidance – all in all, it is one of the most effective forms allergy treatments available.


What Can Non-Invasive Allergy Treatments Treat?

Whether you are dealing with digestive issues, respiratory problems, or skin conditions, St. Louis Allergy Relief Center can help you feel better for longer.  Here is a sample of some of the conditions which can be helped:


  • Digestive Issues

Acid Reflux, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Intestinal Pain, Gas, Bloating, Diarrhea and Vomiting.

  • Respiratory Problems

Hay Fever, Sneezing, Wheezing, Asthma, Runny Nose, Itchy Watery Eyes, and allergies/sensitivities to pollens, dust, food, chemicals, animals, and contactants.

  • Skin Conditions

Eczema, Skin Rashes, Hives, Blisters, and Atopic Dermatitis caused by foods, plants, contactants, and chemicals.


Developed from decades of research, the AAT method does not utilize needles but takes a painless, precision-based, high-tech acupressure approach which has been proven to be extremely effective in reducing the symptoms of conditions triggered by sensitivities and allergies. 


The Benefits of Non-Invasive Allergy Treatments


  1. No Shots

No one likes to get injections.  Yet that is the primary method for testing and treating allergies.  At St. Louis Allergy Relief Center, even our testing is non-invasive, no blood draws, and no skin-scratch tests.


  1. No Pain, No Discomfort

This is, by far, the most obvious benefit.  From the testing to the treatment, there is no pain.  It is a gentle therapy that is perfect for infants and seniors. 


  1. Back to Feeling Like Yourself Sooner

Are you tired of seeing the same doctors over and over again but getting no relief? Or have you been using various medications that either do not work or stop working when you stop taking them?  Advanced Allergy Therapeutics works quickly and the results last. 


  1. No Medical Complications 

Have you ever struggled with deciding whether to try a treatment protocol for fear of side-effects and complications? If you have, that’s completely normal. Many patients feel the same way. With that in mind, another benefit of a non-invasive treatment such as AAT, is that there are no risks of complications.


  1. Sustainable Results 

AAT shows results significantly sooner than conventional allergy treatments. And that sustainability contributes to lower medical costs in the long run. Investment in non-invasive therapies for many medical conditions result in better long-term outcomes, both physically and fiscally. 


  1. Painless, Safe, Effective, and Gentle Enough for Infants and Seniors

At St. Louis Allergy Relief Center, we believe in the power of holistic, non-invasive treatment and its ability to change patients’ lives inevitably for the better. Learn more about AAT, our non-invasive therapy, the benefits of holistic medicine, and other helpful information when it comes to getting the care you or your family needs. Check out our website or blog for more helpful content like this. Thanks for reading. 


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