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LDA Therapy in Charleston, SC

Are you plagued with a runny nose, watery eyes and persistent sneezing, itching and swelling due to allergies? If so, LDA therapy at Healing at Sweetgrass can offer relief. Healing at Sweetgrass provides LDA therapy to residents in and around Charleston and Summerville, SC.

What is LDA Therapy?

LDA (low-dose allergen) therapy is an immunotherapy treatment for allergies or allergy-related conditions. It uses a much lower dose of allergens than other allergy treatments to rebalance the immune system and train it to ignore harmless allergens. LDA includes mixtures of over 300 allergens. This allows patients with different medical conditions who are allergic or intolerant to most substances to find relief with treatment.

What are the Benefits of LDA Therapy?

LDA therapy has proven to be safe and effective for treating both external allergens, such as pollen, food, mold, and chemicals, as well as for those found within the body, including yeast. LDA therapy helps heal the gut and eliminate the allergy cause. LDA therapy also offers the following benefits:

  • Effective after one treatment
  • No skin or blood test needed
  • Increased effectiveness with successive treatments
  • Offers relief to those suffering from autoimmune disorders, Lyme disease, and chronic fatigue

How is LDA Therapy Administered?

LDA is administered via an injection on the forearm. It must be given every eight to 10 weeks for about one year. After that, many people maintain relief with only one to three injections every year or two.

How Much Does LDA Therapy Cost?

Costs vary based on the amount of treatment and therapy needed. For your convenience, we offer financing via Parasail.

*Please note that consultations are not complimentary. Please call for additional details.

If you are seeking relief from allergies and want to learn if LDA therapy will work for you, contact Healing at Sweetgrass today. We treat residents in Charleston, Summerville and the neighboring communities in South Carolina.