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Stress Therapy with the BAX3000

Neurological Stress Reduction Therapy  (NSRT) is a new and unique approach to wellness that is based on proven, accepted science, allowing patients who generally have very few, if any, treatment options to experience symptomatic relief. The technology and science are based on these four facts:

1) Stress causes or exacerbates most health related conditions.

“According to The American Medical Association (AMA), stress is the cause of 80 to 85 percent of all human illness and disease. Every week, 95 million Americans suffer some kind of stress-related symptom for which they take medication. “

2) A general reduction of stress levels can significantly decrease symptoms of many conditions.

3) The brain creates associations between stressful events and substances which are often times inappropriate and subsequently lead to a host of chronic and acute conditions.

As an example, “Allergies are abnormal or inappropriate reactions of the nervous system that occur in response to otherwise harmless substances.” – Alternative Medicine Encyclopedia

4) If these associations can be broken by introducing a positive stimulus in conjunction with the specific stress inducing substance, symptoms can be reduced or eliminated.

Stress is the key word.  To provide NSRT here in the Florida Panhandle, Integrative Chiropractic and Physical Therapy Solutions, Inc. offers it through use of a new LASER device developed by Bioveda Technologies, Inc. (BVT) called the BAX3000. Bioveda Technologies is a pioneering corporation that specializes in the scientific integration of holistic medical philosophies and complementary alternative medicine with the best of modern technology and homeopathic remedies to provide an alternative, non-invasive, and natural approach to health and wellness.

 

Here's How It Works:

The BAX3000 technology measures stress levels in the Autonomic Nervous System, identifies substances that cause stress levels to rise, and couples these stressors with a positive stimulus - which in this case is the release of endorphins and enkephalins - triggered by nerve bundle stimulation during light therapy. Endorphins and enkephalins are the body’s natural sedative and pain killer which, upon release, calm the nervous system, breaking the previous negative association and replacing it with a neutral association.  The net result is the positive conditioning or successful neurological relaxation training of the ANS (Autonomic Nervous System) to no longer respond in a stressful manner during real world substance exposure.

Why is that so important?  Well, the stress response is the first step in the cascade of events that end up with sneezing, sniffling, sinus pressure, gas, bloating, diarrhea, itching, welting and burning skin irritations, wheezing, and difficulty breathing.  These are all symptomatic expressions the body uses to expel toxins or substances it believes are harmful to the body through the nervous, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, integumentary (the skin) and musculo-skeletal systems.

All of these conditions can be described as being kicked off with an Autonomic Nervous System Mediated Response.  NSRT (Neurological Stress Reduction Therapy) is very effective at alleviating or eliminating the triggers that lead to these symptoms.

Our BAX3000 devices are not meant to diagnose or treat any specific condition.  The benefits of reducing stress on the nervous system however, and reducing or eliminating autonomic nervous system mediated responses can have wide-reaching positive effects on a number of symptoms and conditions that previously had limited therapeutic options.

The benefits of NSRT are further magnified due to the fact that our BAX3000 procedure is fast, highly accurate in substance specific assessment, non-invasive, painless and effective.  NSRT requires no drugs, no needles, and no dietary restrictions making it a safe and holistic alternative for patient care.

Click here to see a report on the BAX3000 done by CBS Atlanta (video).

Click here to fill out a short questionnaire to schedule your stress therapy consultation.