Acupuncture clinic now offers treatment for allergies
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The Moab Acupuncture Clinic has added a new service – Nambudripad Allergy Elimination Technique (NAET) treatment for allergies and allergy related conditions, business owner Flora Najafi said in a news release.

“NAET is a noninvasive, drug-free, natural solution to deactivate intolerances, sensitivities, allergies and allergy related disorders often with lasting result where hypersensitivities and true IgE [Immunoglobulin E] mediated allergies are all addressed,” Najafi said. “Undiagnosed, allergies can often be the cause of common or chronic illnesses which when left untreated may become serious or critical.”

NAET is an energy balancing procedure that helps remove energy blockages from the energy meridians and restore normal circulation of the vital energy in the body. “With the results, patients may claim to have achieved several health benefits including relief from severe allergies and allergy-based disorders,” Najafi said. “But one should understand that NAET is not a primary care procedure.”

NAET can be administered without insertion of acupuncture needles, however acupuncture can also be incorporated during the session, she said. Unlike acupuncture sessions, the NAET sessions are shorter in duration and cost less.

For more information, contact the clinic at 435-259-8483. Additional information about NAET treatment is available online at www.naet.com. The Moab Acupuncture Clinic is located at 50 E. Center Street, No. 3, in the Healing Arts Center at Center Street Square.

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