Alamo Heights Wellness
San Antonio
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What is NAET?
NAET stands for Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Technique, a breakthrough, non-invasive, drug-free, acupuncture/acupressure treatment technique discovered in 1983 that eliminates allergies and sensitivities in the body.  This technique has eliminated respiratory and digestive allergies in people and animals all over the world for almost 30 years.


What is a treatment like?
After the patient has described what he/she would like to be treated for, the practitioner will muscle test the patient to discover exactly which allergen(s) is(are) causing the symptoms.  If the patient is allergic to the substance, muscles will indicate weak. After the offending allergen is discovered, that allergen is eliminated from the patients body through acupressure on the patient's back. Acupressure points are stimulated until muscles indicate strong. Then special points on the body receive either acupuncture or acupressure.  

The patient is then sent home to avoid the allergen for 25 hours.  After the 25 hour clearance period, the patient is muscle tested to determine if the treatment has cleared.  If the treatment clearance was successful, patient is no longer sensitive to the offending allergen.

What allergies can be treated with this technique?
Any type of allergy can be treated successfully with NAET, including respiratory allergies, digestive allergies, contactant allergies.


Are results permanent?

Most results are permanent unless they are re-aggravated.  The NAET practitioner will counsel on how to keep the results long lasting.


How much do treatments cost?

Alamo Heights Wellness charges $85 for the initial treatment, $69 for follow-ups.  Initial treatments take up to an hour, and follow ups involve a 45 minute treatment.  Packages are available at a discount rate.  Packages are non-refundable, fully transferable, and expire 12 months from purchase.


Do you treat children and babies?

Yes, we treat children and babies.  For children under the age of 10, we recommend something called a surrogate treatment.  Please click here to read more about treatments for children 10 and younger.