Soliman Auricular Allergy Treatment (SAAT)
How Does SAAT Work?
Soliman Auricular Allergy Treatment or SAAT is a single procedure used to significantly reduce the body's negative reaction to an allergen, histamine dysfunction and auto-antibodies found in autoimmune disorders. A tiny needle is inserted in the ear and left for a specific period of time to accomplish the task of remission.
SAAT may provide relief inflammatory symptoms of allergies, mast cell activation syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia and other autoimmune disorders.
SAAT Is Effective for Most Allergies
Soliman Auricular Allergy Treatment (SAAT) can effectively reduce or eliminate immune responses to Food Sensitivities (including Alpha-gal the red meat allergy), Environmental Sensitivities and Drug Sensitivities can be effectively reduced or eliminated with.
While western doctors mainly focus on allergies by suppressing the immune response, SAAT works to address the immune system’s negative response to an allergen by affecting the neurological changes to the body’s immune system to stop over-reacting to allergens.
Mast Cell Activation Syndrome & other Autoimmune Disorders
Autoimmune diseases and allergies both are the result of hypersensitive immune responses toward harmless antigens. SAAT significantly reduces or eliminates a negative immune response related to allergies and histamine dysfunction.
Through the refined method of SAAT, individuals may now experience remission of symptoms. Most people with mild or moderate reactions benefit tremendously from this technique.
Treatment Plan & Method
During a SAAT treatment, three to four allergens may be addressed per treatment. A single tiny ear acupuncture needle is inserted per allergen and is covered by a small piece of medical adhesive tape. The needle is then retained for 3–4 weeks and at that time it is removed in the clinic at a follow up visit. You will also be retested to see if the allergy cleared. If not another 3 – 4 weeks may be needed.
If you are still experiencing some symptoms after treatment, it is most likely due to another allergy that has not yet been identified and treated. This is especially important when treating environmental and outdoor allergies. Although treating tree/grass/pollen/and other plant allergies is a part of this treatment, sometimes it’s challenging due to changing seasons. Therefore, it is necessary to pay attention to the time of year and the environment when an allergy is triggered.
So far SAAT has been capable of clearing majority of allergy symptoms like gastrointestinal distress and/or swelling/itchy mouth, or hives from particular foods. Itchy/watery eyes, sneezing, runny hose, chest tightness and coughing that come from pet dander, trees, pollen, and grasses. Also an contact dermatological reactions like latex, poison ivy, and poison oak.
Depending on how bad the allergy is there may be a severe reduction in symptoms, meaning patients may still experience a small residue of the symptoms. But they report a 80,90 or 95% improvement.
It is important to remember that the success of the treatment depends on the identification of all food and environmental allergies. Therefore, you may need to do a food elimination diet, keep food logs, and or consult with an allergist to help identify the allergen.
SAAT provides a reduction in symptoms with a single procedure. Some cases may require one or more follow-up visits for a specific allergen or set of auto antibodies