"I have been allergic to mold/indoor dust for years. In addition, I have had a severe (anaphylactic) allergy to latex/rubber for almost 30 years. Last week while in a store, did not even notice, at all, that the room was filled with tires! Before the SRT, I would not have been able to stay in that room for 2 minutes, but last week, I was there for at least 15 minutes before I even noticed the tires!! No more obnoxious reaction to the smell of rubber – no wheezing, no red rashes. What a blessing, answer to prayer!! The treatments are non-invasive and incredibly effective. Thank you Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center for your wonderful, effective, kind and helpful care."
- Melinda D., Warren, Indiana
Allergy Elimination – SRT
Eliminate Symptoms of Allergies with Our Tenpenny Sensitivity Reduction Technique (T-SRT)
NOTE: One of the most important functions of T-SRT is to strengthen your immune system. It does this based on principles of acupuncture, a procedure proven to regulate functions of the human body. In addition to its known ability to alleviate pain and help with infertility, acupuncture also delivers its efficacy through the innate immune system. The results of acupressure, the modality used in T-SRT, has been clinically demonstrated at Tenpenny IMC to accomplish the same thing.
Listen to Tenpenny IMC's Approach to Allergy Elimination
Allergies are the most common ailment in our country today. Over 60% of Americans — an estimated 90 million people — suffer from food and environmental allergies. Until recently, food allergies were only thought to cause immediate problems — like a peanut allergy or shellfish that often cause anaphylaxis (hives, swelling and passing out.)
As it turns out, most people have another type of food allergy, called a delayed-type sensitivity. That means the reaction to the food may not appear until later — sometimes 72 hours (three full days) after you have eaten the offending food. That makes it nearly impossible to determine the connection between the symptom and a food. Most of us are familiar with common allergens such as pollen, ragweed, dust, mold, some foods (such as dairy or wheat), or certain animals (such as a cat or dog). The symptoms we commonly think of as allergic reactions are sneezing, hives or a runny nose. In severe cases, an allergic reaction can be an asthma attack or a bout of gas, including cramping and diarrhea.
Do you experience any of these:
Frequent abdominal cramps, gas, bloating, diarrhea or constipation?
Acid reflux (GERD), ulcerative colitis, or Crohn`s disease?
Joint pain, muscle aches, fibromyalgia or chronic, relentless fatigue?
Asthma, ezcema, psoriasis, unknown rashes or limb swelling?
Unexplained and uncontrollable fatigue after meals?
Brain fog, forgetfulness, lack of focus, short attention span, ADD or ADHD?
Headaches or irregular heart beats?
Frequent colds, flus and infections?