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I saw only a couple of comments and none of them too recent re: NAET for
allergies. Any folks out there willing to share their experience using
this process? I am allergic to dust, chocolate and who knows what else
and would like to eliminate these and any unknown food/mold allergies. But
I don't want to go down a useless path if it's not effective.
I tried NAET with my daughter and it worked like magic. It
took a few sessions to clear her, but I was really impressed!
She had a few allergies to wheat, food coloring, and corn
syrup. She has no reaction to any of these any more.
Find a good practitioner and you will NOT regret it!
The person we went to is not practicing anymore, otherwise I
would recommmed him. Look on the BPN for someone.
I have read a little about NAET here and wondering if anyone has
practioners they would recommend in the Berkeley area and
preferably north through El Sobrante, though Oakland or east to
Lamorinda would be acceptable if you have had an incredible
experience. I have severe and multiple allergies including pets,
airborne seasonal, foods, molds, etc. etc. Much prefer if the
practioner is an acupuncturist who can take insurance directly
(I have 20 licensed acupuncture visits covered.)The NAET website
shows Nancy Rakela and Mary Curry for Berkeley- the archives
don't have Dr. Curry at all and nothing specific to this
technique re: Dr. Rakela. So any or all recs. welcome. Thanks!
We have had very positive results with NAET and can recommend a couple people.
Lynn Segura, L.Ac. on Ashby near College in Berkeley, 510-843-8889.
Dr. William Chau near 27th and Telegraph in Oakland
you can email me for more info if you like
This is for the person who is interested in alternative healing for chem.
allergies and NAET. This is my (short) story. I had debilitating allergies, asthma
chemical sensitivities since childhood. My health had been degenerating for years
despite my ENT's help and all the antihisthamines, decongestants and antibiotics I
kept taking. When I knew that I was not going to get any better with Western
medicine alone, and was really scared of what another flu, strep, or asthma attack
would do- I started investigating alternative methods of controling and eliminating
my progressively worsening symptoms.
I did acupuncture with some success, then read about and found an NAET
practitioner in Berkeley. When she moved out of town, I didn't want to give up and I
found my final practitioner, Chuck Belanger in the Richmond Hills. He practices a
modified form of BioMeridian- similar premise as NAET, but more refined. He
actually wrote the computer software for BioMeridian and another derivative method
of self healing. After about 12 sessions I didn't have to carry my inhaler around in
my pocket anymore. After about 6 mos. I stopped taking my antihistahmines, and
after a little while more I also stopped taking the decongestants. I have gone
through the last 3 winters without being knocked out by the flu (winter is my
'sickest' season), having an asthma attack or being so congested that I had to take
medication for it. I still have minor dust allergies, but they don't keep me indoors.
seems like a miracle- and if I hadn't actually experienced the healing powers of this
method, I don't know if I'd believe it. I was certain that I would go through life
and in and out of the hospital. My ENT is equally shocked. He knows me and my
family's history of allergies and asthma and has never seen anything like this with
the best allergy therapy he can offer (shots and meds).
Chuck is an licenced Acupuncturist and also wrote an encyclopedia of Chinese
Medecine. I would highly recommend him, and if he's too full to take you, get a
referral for someone he recommends. You can reach him at 510.215.9525.
My daughter is 2 1/2 years old now and has had eczema for 2
Someone recommneded going to a NAET practitioner. Has anyone
tried this before? If yes, did you see good results. Also, can
you recommend a good practitioner?
I had tried NAET (for 7 months) for my 5 year old who also had
excema from food allergies. I had tried homeopathy to no avail
and was desparate so tried NAET. It was a waste of time and
lots of money. Ours was done be a highly recommended
acupuncturist who did the muscle testing and then used needles
or magnets for the therapy. Our only solution was to find out
what is causing the rash and stay away from the offending food
or whatever the culprit. An elimination diet is the way to find
out what food it may be. A nutritionist may help you with this
Has anyone had experience with NAET treatment for allergies in
the bay area? If so, would you recommend your practitioner? Is
it really a cure and is it truely as wonderful as it sounds?
I am in the midst of a similar program, BIO-SET, with my
wonderful Chinese acupunturist, who was trained by Dr. Ellen
Cutler. It has helped me tremendously, but it is a long process.
Everyone I interviewed before I committed to this said they felt
they had regained the overall health they had lost 15 years
before...which inspired me as I was at a loss for western
medicine helping entirely. As far as I understand the program,
it is an energy re-alignment process, and I have experienced
great relief of physical stress I never appreciated as being as
bad as it was until it was gone! Call Dr. Anita Chen Marshall,
LAc, Sequoia Healing Center, 2059 Clinton Avenue, Alameda, CA
94501 510-523-1072. Tell her I suggested her.
a grateful patient, Louise
Can anyone give me a recommendation for a good
chiropractor who specializes in Nambudripad's Allergy
Elimination Technique (NAET)? in the East Bay?
For years, I have been taking my daughter to a man named
Joe Seckel. He is not a doctor or a chiropractor, but has
gone through the NAET certification training and does it
using accupressure. He is very nice. He lives in Albany and
in Sacramento and divides his time between the two places.
Please tell him you got his name from me.
His number in Albany is is (510) 525-4857 and in Sac. (916)
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