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Do You Have EMF Sensitivity?
Do you notice symptoms when near electronic devices or when using cell phones and computers?
We diagnose and test for EMF Sensitivity.
We treat EMF or Electromagnetic Sensitivity.
We treat this sensitivity with a multidisciplinary approach. Why?
We believe EMF sensitivity is due to systemic inflammation and an overload of pollutants affecting the patient’s bodily systems as well as secondary infections from viruses and bacteria.
- We believe that each patient is unique and has different exposures.
- Each patient responds with unique symptoms.
- These exposures can include:
- Molds and mycotoxins,
- Heavy metals,
- Dental fillings,
- Implant materials.
- Exposures and sensitivities to physical EMF fields.
We address secondary infections from viruses, fungi, and bacteria by performing cultures that are made into immune boosters specifically designed to treat the pathogen found in the patient.
Infections and inflammatory conditions are treated with ozone therapy, both with insufflation and intravenous ozone.
We perform laboratory analyses and other tests to assess all parts of the immune system, not just the IgE and IgG components that allergists test.
The complete evaluation of the patient includes:
- Immune studies of complements and T and B Lymphocytes with Helper and Suppressor functions,
- Oxygen analyses,
- Analysis of solvent components of the blood and urine,
- Evaluation for heavy metal toxicity,
- Analyses of mold and mycotoxins in the body,
- Evaluation of the patient’s nutritional status,
- Evaluation of sensitivities to foods, chemicals, metals, inhalants molds and mycotoxins, implant materials,
- Environmental evaluation of the patient’s home and work environment.
We use all of this information to formulate a treatment plan specific to the needs of each patient. This plan allows EHCD to reduce EMF sensitivity.
We can test for EMF sensitivity in a specially designed, shielded room to determine if you have EMF sensitivity.
This plan can contain:
- Autogenous Lymphocytic Factor (ALF), created from a patient’s own T-lymphocytes to treat their immune deficiencies with their own strengthened T-lymphocytes and over 200 immune boosting proteins.
- Immunoglobulin therapy with desensitization of the immunoglobulin itself.
- Intradermal provocative neutralization performed in a controlled environment identifies substances which are triggering the patient’s immune, endocrine, vascular, and nervous system responses.
- Antigens derived from this unique form of skin testing treat and reduce these inflammatory responses.
- Chelation with EDTA, DMSA, IV Nutrient Therapy, or Alpha Lipoic Acid. The correct chelating agent is chosen through the skin testing of the substance by each patient. Dosage and chelator is specific to the needs and sensitivities of each patient.
- Oxygen therapy is implemented by means of a low-level chemical apparatus to improve blood gas ratios which increase detoxification and tissue oxygenation to aid healing.
- BRT or Bioregulation Therapy is utilized for those who need to support cellular communication. This therapy helps the body self-regulate and heal naturally.
- Education to teach patients how to reduce EMF exposure in the home which includes methods of grounding and shielding with EMF devices.
- IV nutrient therapy to improve the nutritional and antioxidant status of the patient which aids detoxification.
- Peptide therapy which is individualized by lab analysis and skin testing.
We can test you for EMF sensitivity, investigate the reasons for your sensitivity, and develop an individual program to treat you.
Start your healing today. Call the Environmental Health Center at 214-368-4132.
Intradermal Provocative Neutralization (Skin Testing)
What is intradermal provocative neutralization?
It is the most accurate form of skin testing. This skin testing is performed with a preservative free antigen on the upper arm between the top layers of skin. A specific amount of antigen (.05cc) is injected with a small needle between the layers of the skin to form a round circle called a wheal. This wheal is monitored and measured for growth every 10 minutes. If growth is observed, then a dilution which is 5 times weaker is injected beside the first wheal between the layers of the skin. This process continues every 10 minutes until there is no skin reaction or wheal growth and no symptom response.
This negative skin and symptom response is the treatment dose. Your sensitivity to a particular substance is know immediately and therapy can begin immediately. This treatment dose containing only antigen and normal saline is taken every 4 days all year. The administration of the treatment dose provides desensitization to the particular incitant and symptom relief. The inhalant is self-administered and is kept in the freezer and thawed before each use. Therapy may continue for a year, 18 months or longer until it is no longer needed. The dosage is never changed unless the patient retests the antigen. Many find this therapy to be the best tolerated and most effective method of sensitivity evaluation and treatment of molds, pollens, dust mites, chemicals, metals, plastics, and foods.