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The average patient requires between twelve and fifteen treatments to treat all the items on their list. This will vary from patient to patient. Factors like: how old the patient is, how long they have had the symptoms, their diet and lifestyle also play a part in how long the process will take. After the initial computerized testing, a more accurate estimate can be made.
Some extended insurances do cover the Computerized Allergy Testing and Treatments. Ask your health insurance provider. A proper receipt will be provided and the patient is responsible for submitting it for possible reimbursement.
Children as young as age two can be tested on the computer. The child must be able to sit fairly still for about ten minutes to complete the entire test. Children can sit on their parents lap during the test. If the child can't sit still through the entire testing, the testing can be broken up into two or more visits. Muscle testing can be done if the child is not able to sit still, or if the child is under two years old.
Children of any age including newborn babies can be treated.
The initial assessment and computerized testing will take a half hour to 45 min to complete. Subsequent visits will take 10-15 min. each.
Most patients will start to notice a change in just a few visits; however results will vary from patient to patient.