At Advanced Allergy Centers, we do not diagnose, treat or cure.
Only a licensed physician in the U.S. can claim to do that.
We do not take the place of your physician.

How does this work?

SpectraVision Assessments – We are able to send out safe micro frequencies of thousands different substances through a cuff that is placed on your arm. The system reads your bodies response and is able to determine whether or not if your body likes those signals or not.

AAT – uses gentle pressure to stimulate points on the back, which correspond with the major organ systems. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, this stimulation relaxes the body and temporarily strengthens each of the major organ systems. The patient is simultaneously exposed to very subtle and safe levels of the allergen. The body associates the positive stimulus with the exposure of the allergen and no longer perceives it as harmful.

Each session takes approximately 15 – 30 minutes and consists of exposing you to those signals of the stressors that were found on the initial evaluation. We then apply a a positive stimulus to the bladder meridian by using an instrument called the artho-stim or a low level light laser to specific points on your body. The positive stimulus causes the nerve bundles in the brain to release endorphins & enkephalins.

Calming the NS and conditioning the brain to react normally when in contact with the substance during real world exposure. Our goal is to turn a negative stress substance and turn it into a positive substance so the body no longer has to react negatively to.

How soon will I see results?

Many cases respond quickly and achieve the majority long-term results within the first few treatments. However, each case is different and some patients require additional sessions. It is difficult for us to say how many visits you will need but we can tell you that majority of people usually need between 5 to 12 visits. More visits are needed for people that have more complicated health challenges going on.

What are the most common symptoms people come into the clinic with?

Bloating, cramping, reflux, heartburn, gas, diarrhea, nausea, runny nose, sneezing, congestion, post-nasal drip, itchy watery eyes, coughs, wheezing, shortness of breath, red, scaly or itchy rashes, blisters with oozing and crusting, dry leathery skin areas, hives, itchy skin, hyperactivity, mood swings, headaches, fatigue, tiredness, chemical sensitivities, reactions to the sun, any negative reaction to harmless substances.

Is there an age restriction for this type of care?

No. All ages may be treated, including infants.

Are there any conditions that are harder to get results?

Yes, we have found that people who have had sinus surgery, decades of immunotherapy and those with chronic systemic yeast and leaky gut syndrome are more difficult and the results may be less. We do have a CY Cleanse Protocol that would be recommended prior to any treatment for allergies and sensitivities if you do have systemic yeast. We can also refer you to another practitioner that works with these conditions.

How long do I have to wait before I can have contact with the items that were addressed in my session?

It is recommended to not eat one hour before and 3 hours after. Following a session, a patient should avoid the substance that was treated for 3 hours, if possible. Depending on the item addressed, avoidance is not always possible. It is recommended that the patient not have excessive contact with the item until the following day. It is also recommended that after a treatment to avoid any strenuous activity and to avoid any electro – magnetic products.

How much does it cost and what is included?

1 hour is $190, Initial Visit which includes a history, and explanation and assessment/scan and one session.

1/2 hour, Follow-Up sessions are $90.

Remedies vary from $30 to $64.

Special Protocols have specific number of visits and supplements.

Can I have more than one treatment in a day?

No. There is a lot of change that is happening within the body. The practitioner will discuss the frequencies allowed when they determine a treatment plan for each individual. Some people may experience a Herxheimer Reaction Click here to learn more about this reaction. If this occurs we may decrease the frequency as your body works through the healing crisis.

How long are the sessions?

The Initial Session takes approximately 1 hour and includes an assessment and one treatment. Follow-Up Sessions take 15 to 30 minutes and include one treatment.

Do you take health insurance for the treatments?

No. Health Insurance does not cover this health care option so therefore, we do not take health insurance. We do accept Mastercard, Visa, Discover, cash, personal checks and Health Savings Accounts.

How do I make an appointment?

You can make an appointment at both locations by calling the clinic directly at 603-894-0656. All new patients are asked to call the office at 603-894-0656.

Do I need to do anything before my appointment?

Patients should arrive 10-15 minutes prior to the Initial Session to complete the necessary forms. The new patient paperwork can be downloaded from this website on our home page under getting started. You can fill the paperwork out prior to your visit to save time.

We will be more than happy to email you the initial paperwork or mail it to you. Please call the office 603-894-0656 to make arrangements.

Please drink at least 32 oz of water the day before the the treatment and at least 16 oz of water the morning of the scan.

Avoid alcohol for 24 hours before and after a treatment.

Please do not smoke or wear perfume or fragrances prior to coming in to the clinic. This is a courtesy to other patients who may be sensitive to those substances.

Prescription or over-the-counter medications will not affect the treatment. But we do ask that if possible you wait until after the scans to take OTC medications, Prescription medications and supplements.

Patients who have other therapies (massage, chiropractic, acupuncture, etc) scheduled on the same day as the treatment should schedule those therapies PRIOR to the treatment, if possible.

If experiencing an acute stage of illness including an elevated temperature, the patient should contact the clinic to reschedule the appointment.

Advanced Allergy Centers – DOES NOT treat anaphylaxis or any life-threatening symptoms. Strict avoidance is always advised.

Do I need to stop taking any of my medications before the treatment?

No, patients do not need to stop taking medication that has been prescribed by a medical doctor without his/her authorization. But if possible it is best to take prescriptions medications after a treatment. You may continue taking over the counter medication to control current symptoms, as this will not affect the treatment.

Are any traditional medical allergy tests offered in the clinic?

The answer is, our devices and technologies do not diagnose or treat any conditions. Our assessment protocols are designed to indicate which substances through exposure place physiological stress on the nervous system. These substances are determined to be either deficient in the individual, mal-absorbed or in many cases, the triggers for symptomatic expressions of numerous autoimmune related conditions.

At Advanced Allergy Centers, we focus on stress and how specific substances affect physiological stress levels. Our approach and technology do not “cure” or even a treatment for any condition beyond stress reduction.

We do not offer any conventional allergy testing. Patients are encouraged to bring in allergy tests from their physicians. This stress assessment does not replace standard medical testing for allergies.

Are there any guarantees that my symptoms will be relieved?

Unfortunately, we can offer no guarantees; however, the majority of our patients respond favorably to the treatment on a long-term basis. Because we cannot prevent future negative impacts to the body, we cannot prevent future symptoms from occurring. Trauma is something each of us experience daily. We cannot guarantee that new symptoms will not develop in the future.

What qualifications do the practitioners have?

All practitioners at Advanced Allergy Centers are fully credentialed health care practitioners and have been trained to use these therapies.

Can a food intolerance be treated?

No. A food intolerance is different from an allergy or sensitivity in that there may be an enzyme deficiency, which inhibits the body from properly digesting the substance. Such cases are not affected by the treatment.

Can you treat for anaphylactic symptoms?

No. We do not treat conditions involving anaphylactic reactions. However, patients with an anaphylactic reaction may be treated for other sensitivities that are not life threatening. You will be asked to sign a waiver form informing us of whether you have anaphylactic reactions.






Shell Fish
Red and White Wine
Beer Chemicals
Food Components
Airborne Irritants
Herbal Remedies
Dust Mites
Nutritional Supplements

Animal Dander
Fabrics, Upholstery, Plastics
Stinging Insects
Coffee and Chocolate
Detergents, Softeners
Barometric Pressure


At Advanced Allergy Centers, we do not diagnose, treat or cure. Only a licensed physician in the U.S. can claim to do that. We do not take the place of your physician.