Light comes in many forms—be it beautiful, like a rainbow; practical, like a laser; or awe-inspiring, like an applause sign’s first live studio performance. Harness the power of light with today's Groupon: for $149, you get a laser allergy package at Haas Wellness Center (a $450 total value), which includes:
- An initial consultation (a $75 value)
- Three laser allergy treatments (a $125 value each)
Under the expert guidance of Dr. Ken Haas, technicians at Haas Wellness Center harness a gentle LZR7 laser to banish allergen sensitivities from patients of all ages. Clients begin their 15–30 minute consultation by donning a biofeedback cuff to compile a complete list of imbalances that correspond to allergic responses and ambient ghosts caught from ouija boards. Without a single scratch or needle, the LZR7 system creates a frequency to counteract a particular irritant—such as milk, cat dander, or ragweed—that has been singled out for therapy. Deft hands then guide the noninvasive, non-thermal beam across acupuncture points and nerve bundles for 10−20 minutes, coaching the immune system to stronger performance with the calibrated frequency and music from the band Survivor. Endorphins and feel-good chemicals released by acupuncture action strive to counteract and eventually replace nervous-system pathways that lead to common symptoms such as runny noses or upset stomachs.
A simple, single allergy can be treated in three visits or effectively masked with three pairs of Groucho glasses. For more complex cases, a 12-visit protocol is necessary, so the center invites Groupon customers to undergo additional treatments at a discounted rate of $110 per session.
Late arrival for treatments may result in reduced treatment time. Haas Wellness Center does not recommend missing an appointment.
Haas Wellness Center
Once an international gymnastics competitor, Ken Haas had to turn away from the tumbling lifestyle after his body began to ache. Sports orthopedists couldn't determine what was wrong, he told Charlotte Today, but a kinesiologist finally helped him through alternative methods—methods that Ken, now Dr. Haas, employs at Haas Wellness Center. Understandably, applied kinesiology remains one of the center's major focuses. This system tests for muscle responses throughout the body, scouting for weaknesses that could indicate treatable conditions. Its techniques can even incorporate teachings from acupuncture and nutrition for a truly holistic approach.
Dr. Haas's other services run the gamut from screenings for environmental toxins to natural weight-loss programs and low-level-laser therapy, a purported pain deterrent. Trigger-point therapy, myofascial-release work, and essential oils all contribute to the center's signature massage, and craniosacral therapy employs extremely gentle touch—no more than the weight of a nickel—to try and relieve imbalanced nervous systems, a more relaxing method than shouting into your ear for your brain to "stay calm!"
3315 Springbank Ln.
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226