Symptoms We Treat

Allergies and sensitivities can cause a plethora of symptoms originating from any organ system in the body. These organ systems are prone to reacting to certain types of allergens in specific ways; however, allergens can affect any organ system in a less common fashion. For example, a reaction to wheat may cause hives in one person, digestive issues in another, and fatigue in yet another.

AAT addresses the specific organ system(s) affected by the allergen or sensitivity. The symptoms we can treat include, but are not limited to:

Digestive System: acid reflux, heartburn, abdominal and intestinal pain, cramping, gas, bloating, nausea, diarrhea and vomiting. Primarily caused by reactions to food or other ingestants.
Respiratory System: sneezing, congestion, runny nose, wheezing, shortness of breath, coughs, postnasal drip, skin conditions, rashes and itchy, watery eyes. Reactions may be associated with pollens, dust, food, chemicals and animals (including dog and cat dander and bird feathers), air-borne substances and contactants.
Dermatological: red, itchy, or scaly skin rashes, blisters with oozing and crusting, itchy bumps, dry leathery patches or hives. The main cause of dermatological reactions can be a reaction to food but can also be caused by plants, contactants and chemicals.
Headaches and Migraines: May be caused by reactions to food such as chocolate and caffeine, airborne irritants such as pollens and chemicals including household cleaners, perfumes and vehicle fumes.
Tiredness and Fatigue: Many reactions result in lethargy and feelings of fatigue. Tiredness can also occur at certain times of the day, such as in the afternoon after eating.
Multiple Systems: Symptoms may affect multiple systems in the body, resulting in headaches, irritability, hyperactivity, mood swings, fatigue, tachycardia, or inflammation.