Amanda Lora, RN

My work with Allergy Solutions of New Mexico distinguishes itself from other healing modalities. The goal is to free you from the uncomfortable, oppressive symptoms of allergies. Allergic reactions to various foods and environmental factors create uncomfortable responses of the body’s immune system.

The treatment merges 21st century technology, modern chiropractic principles and the wisdom of 3,000-year-old traditional acupuncture. It is highly effective for many symptoms associated with allergies and sensitivities. The treatment, developed by Advanced Allergy Therapeutics, AAT, precisely focuses on treating the organ systems behind an allergic overreaction rather than treating the the immune system.

It works with kinesiology and technology to treat the overactive organ system response. Acupressure and biofeedback recondition your body to respond more appropriately to offending substances. Rapid, long-term results can be achieved.

• No needles
• No herbal remedies
• No supplements
• No avoidance
• Just results!

Treatment does not rely on medications, herbal remedies or supplements. We use a database of over 40,000 substances. This allows us to desensitize the body for a broad range of elements. Specific allergies are targeted based upon which body meridians and organ systems are involved, making the treatment an individual response based on your body’s needs..

All AAT practitioners are fully credentialed healthcare professionals. My experience as a registered nurse allows me to use my medical based knowledge to enhance the AAT technological approach

My goal is to help you get rapid, long-term relief for some of the common allergy symptoms: sneezing; wheezing; nasal congestion; coughing; itchy, watery eyes; runny nose; itchy throat; stomachache—symptoms that may be keeping you from feeling your best and living your life to the fullest. We look forward to helping you feel better!

To your good health and vitality,
The premise is to recondition the body to respond more appropriately by treating the specific organ systems involved in the reaction to the offending substance to produce rapid, long-term results. In most cases, symptoms are significantly reduced within the first 2-3 treatments.