BAX 3000

The BAX 3000 is fully automated, patented, FDA cleared biofeedback equipment used to measure the body's response to stress. The body's response to the stress can manifest possibly as an allergy response. Stress can result in many different conditions or these conditions are made worse by stress. Stress is the cause of 80-85 % of all human illness & diseases according to the American Medical Association. Stress can result in the body having an abnormal result leading to acute & chronic conditions. Allergies, according to the Alternative Medicine Encyclopedia, are an abnormal reaction of the nervous system to substances that are usually harmless. The allergy response then can result in a variety of conditions such as headaches/migraines, food allergies, seasonal allergies, ADD/ADHD, IBS, Celiac's Disease, etc.

The BAX 3000 measures the stress levels in the Autonomic Nervous System & identifies the substances which causes the stress levels to rise. Once the substances are identified & the patient is treated with the BAX 3000 then the stress can be removed. The BAX 3000 allows us to test for thousands of substances & then treat for the positive reactions. Once the substances are determined then we load those substances for treatment & delivered through a laser then the ANS can be conditioned where there will not be a reaction to those substances again. This known as Neurological Stress Reduction Therapy (NSRT).

The BAX 3000 program is achieved with NO Needles, NO Shots, & NO Medications. This program is faster than & not as complicated as traditional medical treatment for allergies. Traditional medical treatment involves shots that requires a long extensive treatment program & requires a patient to be consistent with treatment. When a patient misses their shots then it sets the treatment back a few weeks to even starting over. However, with the BAX 3000 program is quicker & not as complicated for the patient. The progress of a patient is not hindering when the patient misses a treatment or if they miss a month. The patient is usually able to pick up where the patient left off. The average visits for most patients are 8 to 10 visits. A patient with severe problems will usually need 20 to 25 visits.