Step 1 of SAAT at Wellspring: Identifying the Allergen
If you have identified your particular allergen through allergy testing or process of elimination, we can confirm that allergy through our bio-energetic testing and use of homeopathic vials. If you are unsure of a specific allergy, we can work together to identify the allergen that you are reacting to.
If you suspect you have an unidentified food allergy, keeping a food log or going on an elimination diet helps to identify the food allergens and will make it easier for treatment. If you need help to identify a food allergy, let us know.
Step 2 of SAAT at Wellspring: Auricular Allergy Acupuncture
Once the allergen and reactive point in the ear are confirmed, the treatment needle is placed in the ear. ONE tiny needle is placed for a specific allergy with up to 3-4 different allergens being treated at one time. The needle is then covered with medical adhesive tape and worn for 3 weeks while the patient limits the exposure to the allergens being treated. The treated ear must be kept dry for the entire 3-week treatment period. Reintroduction of the allergens is managed carefully and systematically.
The SAAT technique appears to be superior in the treatment of allergies, eliminating allergies regardless of their origin by 80-95%. The benefits of this method include simplicity of the treatment, the minimum duration of treatment, lack of side effects or complications, lack of medication needed and no repeated visits to medical practitioners. Since SAAT’s recent introduction, thousands of individuals have been successfully treated and continue to be free of allergies despite repeated exposure to their previous confirmed allergies. This treatment is also likely to eliminate any cross allergies associated with a particular allergen.
Nader Soliman, M.D developed the SAAT protocol and notes that in over 10 years of practicing this method, there has been no reoccurrence of the same allergy reported except during hormonal shifts such as puberty, pregnancy, menopause, etc.
After being treated, if symptoms are still present it is most likely due to another unidentified allergy that can often be associated with the first allergy. For example, someone who eats trail mix as a snack could test positive for a nut allergy. We would treat the specific nut allergy and then see how the patient reacts to the trail mix. If symptoms persist, we would then test the other items in the trail mix (dried fruit, seeds, chocolate, etc.) to see if there are additional allergies. When 100% of the items in the trail mix are cleared, the symptoms will subside.
It is extremely important to keep in mind that the success of your treatment depends on identifying all the food, environmental or other allergies you may have. Results of treatment are individually specific and can take time depending on the depth of allergies you have.