Story by Nate M

Our 9-year-old son was being tested for ADHD and the doctor mentioned that sometimes allergies are a key factor in a child’s ability to focus. We knew our son had allergies; in fact, his environmental ones were so bad that he was on a nebulizer and inhaler most of the spring and fall. We asked our pediatrician to do an allergy test to see if that may be a cause – they would only do the test for suspected allergens. We brought him into Dr. Wilson’s office and had the initial screening – 48 allergies and many of them fairly severe. To be honest, we were skeptics that the treatments would work – it is hard to understand why they work – but we knew several others that had been significantly helped by the process. Today our son takes no allergy medication and his ability to focus has improved tremendously. He used to rock slightly back and forth when he sat and he no longer does this. Others have commented on how mature he has become over the last year but I think it’s largely due to the allergy treatments. We are so grateful to Dr. Wilson for giving him this gift and have recommended Dr. Wilson to several of our friends. “Dear Dr. Wilson, Thank you for treating my allergies. I feel less stuffy and pay attention more. See you in a couple of months.” From: Ethan Messmer,age 9
- Nate M

Response from Dr. Jay P Wilson, D.PSc.

“There is hardly a symptom or condition that is not either caused, aggravated, or accelerated by allergies.” I have worked with allergies for over 40 of my 50+ years. However, it is just in the last 20 years that the techniques and methods to actually eliminate allergies and not just treat them.Book your consultation with me today. Learn more at!