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BioVeda Health and Wellness Center of Allentown, PA Announces Its Grand Opening
Date:12/17/2009

Substance Specific Neurological Stress Reduction Therapy or NSRTSM is found very effective in the alleviation of symptoms associated with many chronic conditions such as allergies, asthma, migraines, chronic fatigue and a wide array of skin conditions. Currently over 300 practices throughout the country are using this holistic therapy including over 50 branded BioVeda Health and Wellness Centers.

Allentown, PA (Vocus) December 16, 2009 -- BioVeda Health and Wellness Centers, LLC. is pleased to announce the opening of a new BioVeda Health and Wellness Center in Allentown, PA. The practitioners at this center, headed by Dr. Corey Kirshner, are successfully providing therapy for those suffering from autonomic nervous system related conditions, such as allergies, IBS, chronic fatigue, migraines and a myriad of skin conditions including eczema, rosacea, shingles and psoriasis.

The BAX 3000 system which is used in this clinic consists of new state-of-the-art technology. The BAX 3000 first measures the patient’s neurological reactions to specific environmental substances presented in the form of sound via the FDA cleared DCM or Digital Conductance Meter. The substances that trigger a physiological stress spike, which is measured by the body’s impedance to each substance, are recorded and then presented back to the patient during light therapy. Light therapy conditions the autonomic nervous system to react normally to the otherwise harmless substances. This form of alternative therapy can stop the process that leads to a host of chronic and acute conditions faced by over 60% of the US population.

Thousands of patients nationwide have undergone
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