BioVeda Health and Wellness Center of North Scottsdale Introduces Smoking Cessation Program

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BioVeda Health and Wellness Centers utilize a multidimensional approach to achieve body balance, decrease pain and inflammation and help with issues such as smoking cessation

BioVeda Health and Wellness Centers, LLC is pleased to announce the introduction of a new smoking cessation program now available at BioVeda Health and Wellness Center of North Scottsdale. The center, headed by Dr. Darrin Walters, D.C., is successfully managing patient health through a holistic program which combines acupuncture, applied kinesiology and homeopathy to boost the immune system, promote natural detoxification and increase core level energy, often resulting in the alleviation of symptoms associated with such conditions as allergies, IBS, chronic fatigue, migraines, skin conditions, and general pain and inflammation.

This clinic utilizes meridian and energy stress assessment to measure the patient’s neurological reactions to specific environmental substances and to determine which substances are negatively impacting the patient. The substances that trigger a physiological stress spike, which is measured by the body’s impedance to each substance, are recorded and then presented back to the patient during low level light therapy. Light therapy conditions the autonomic nervous system to react normally to the otherwise harmless substances.

The system is designed to reduce physiological stress, not to be confused with anxiety, which not only weakens the immune system, but is also the trigger for food allergies, seasonal allergies, pet allergies, asthma, eczema, migraines, shingles, celiac and numerous other auto-immune related conditions. How these specific substances affect the stress levels placed on our immune system has a direct impact on the quality of our daily lives.

The smoking cessation program uses light therapy and homeopathic remedies to help a person quit, while reducing cravings, side effects, stress and irritability. It helps to remove harmful toxins known to build in the blood, tissue and cells through habitual use of tobacco products. It is faster than traditional methodologies, requiring 3 visits over a one week period, along with the use of a herbal remedy and homeopathic supplement.

“As a natural health care practitioner, I have searched for years to find a therapy that would assist in healing the body and eliminating the problems that many suffer from. We believe this therapy is the tool which melds ancient time-tested techniques with modern technology. You feel renewed and energized, and we are very excited to have the smoking cessation program to help people quit their habit,” states Dr. Walters.

BioVeda Health and Wellness Centers are being established across the country through BioVeda Health and Wellness Centers, LLC., based in Boca Raton, FL. Each clinic is independently owned and operated by a licensed physician. BioVeda, which means “knowledge and wisdom of the body,” reflects the vision and commitment of the BioVeda Health and Wellness Center of North Scottsdale to alternative health care methods that can help thousands of patients reduce their level of suffering from common and debilitating symptoms and increase their overall health and wellness. Patients receive a customized treatment plan which best fit their individual symptoms and conditions; however, many patients notice significant results after just a single therapeutic session. The cost for therapy is very affordable and results are long-lasting.

BioVeda Health and Wellness Center of North Scottsdale is located at 8765 East Bell Road, Suite 103, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 480-513-4656 http://www.biovedaofnorthscottsdale.com

For more information, to make an appointment, or for the BioVeda Health and Wellness Center™ closest to you, call 1-877-647-7566 or visit http://www.biovedawellness.com.

BioVeda Health and Wellness Centers are committed to the advancement of therapies that are affordable and effective in the management of chronic conditions and common symptoms without the use of pharmaceutical agents.

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