BioVeda Technologies has combined state of the art computer programming and equipment to administer energy medicine and holistic healing techniques in an automated and fully reliable fashion. Taking out the guess work and possible practitioner bias, while fully automating the therapy, allows BioVeda to offer its patients the best technology has to offer and the centuries-old healing practices the patient desires.
BioVeda and the BAX 3000 was recently the focus of a feature story by CBS Atlanta, “Allergy Relief Without Needles Or Pills?” Stephanie Fisher, a CBS Atlanta Anchor, reports
BAX 3000 News Coverage out of Nashville Tennessee shows positive results for patients suffering from allergies, autism, migraines and other chronic conditions.
Neurological Stress Reduction Therapy or NSRT is a revolutionary technique rooted in Eastern medicine dating back more than 5,000 years. NSRT, a phrase coined and developed by BioVeda Technologies, encompasses a holistic approach to healing that addresses the underlying cause of disease and teaches that symptoms are a response to an imbalance in the body. Treatment works with the body to stimulate balanced healing while taking into account the unique characteristics of both the individual and the ailment. Very simply, NSRT is about providing care for the individual who has a symptom or condition rather than treating the condition or symptom impacting the individual.
Effective September 2009, BioAllergenix is pleased to announce that they are adopting BioVeda Technologies as their new corporate name, representing its growing foothold in the alternative health care market. The name change is symbolic of the company’s commitment to holistic care and allows the expansion of company products and service offerings to its customers.
Preventative medicine and alternative therapies will have a place in President Obama’s new healthcare plan. In a town hall meeting in Arnold Missouri, as released on Whitehouse.gov in Remarks by the President April 29, 2009, President Obama addressed a question related to alternative medicine and it’s future within the newly proposed healthcare program