What is allergy therapy?
Also referred to as halotherapy, salt therapy is a natural alternative treatment for various skin and respiratory ailments. During treatment, you’re placed in a special salt room and micro-sized salt particles are released into the air by a machine called a halogenerator. As you inhale the salt, it absorbs the toxins and allergens in your respiratory system, opening up the pathways for better breathing and health.
Am I a good candidate for allergy therapy?
Your specialist at Kersenbrock Chiropractic determines if you’re a good candidate for salt therapy at nearby Salt Remedy after a comprehensive evaluation. Many conditions can benefit from the all-natural therapy, including:
Salt therapy can even improve sleep.
If you suffer from any of these conditions and want to know more about how salt therapy can help, call Kersenbrock Chiropractic for a consultation.
Are you looking for a natural solution to your skin or respiratory condition? You may want to consider salt therapy available at Salt Remedy, the partnered therapy location for Kersenbrock Chiropractic in Lake Mary, Florida. Salt therapy can help cleanse your body of toxins and improve your skin and breathing. To learn more about salt therapy, call the office today.
Salt therapy is a relaxing experience. During your session, you’re placed in the special salt therapy room where the walls are covered in therapeutic salt and you’re encouraged to sit back and relax as you inhale the therapeutic salt particles.
You don’t need to wear any special clothing during your salt therapy. In fact, you may gain more benefits if you wear shorts and a T-shirt for extra exposure to the therapeutic treatment.
The specialists, however, recommend you not bring in any electronic devices while you undergo your salt therapy, as the salt can be corrosive to these types of devices.
Your specialist at Kersenbrock Chiropractic can help you determine how often you need salt therapy. For general health, you may benefit from weekly sessions to help boost your immune system and maintain good health. If you have a chronic health condition that can benefit from salt therapy, your specialist may suggest 3-7 sessions a week over 2-3 weeks to help you get relief from your symptoms.
To learn more about the antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antihistamine powers of salt therapy and how it can help you, call Kersenbrock Chiropractic today.