Dr. Sarah Marcus MD

FL Allergy & Asthma Therapy


4200 Coral Ridge Drive, Suite 227
 Coral Springs, FL 33321

BAX 3000 Allergy Treatment

The BAX 3000, approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as a method of biofeedback, is a machine that assists in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic allergies. Noninvasive and safe for patients of all ages, the BAX 3000 contains a database of more than 5,000 substances that can prompt allergic responses in sensitive individuals. It is a painless, quick and efficient method of identifying allergens that trigger responses in particular patients. The BAX 3000 does not involve any needles, dietary changes or medications; rather, it uses positive conditioning in combination with laser therapy. For some patients, it is not only an effective diagnostic tool, but a facilitator of neurological desensitization, neutralizing any allergic response.

How the BAX 3000 Works

The BAX 3000 works by exposing the patient to potential allergens in a digitized format in which each allergen is represented by an individual frequency in the electromagnetic field. According to the machine's manufacturer, BioVeda Technologies Inc., the patient's body reacts to these digitized allergens as if they were the allergens themselves. At the same time as the patient's body is reacting to the allergens, the chiropractor uses a laser to stimulate nerves at designated acupuncture points. Because an allergic response is a mistaken attack of the immune system on an otherwise innocuous substance, the BAX 3000 attempts to retrain the immune system to respond appropriately, without over-reacting.

Results of BAX 3000 Allergy Treatment

It is believed that by directing the laser at acupuncture meridians, the BAX 3000 is increasing relaxation and prompting the body to produce endorphins, which provide a sense of pleasure. This positive response helps to reprogram the body to avert an inappropriate reaction to the substance previously perceived as an enemy to the body. Once the immune response is reeducated, future exposures to the allergen should no longer be a problem.

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