BURLINGTON, Mass.– A.R.T. Allergy Release Technique®, a holistic treatment for food allergies, is pleased to open a new treatment center in Burlington, MA. Located at 70 Blanchard Road, the new, larger facility will replace the current center in Lexington and will expand access to the ground-breaking process, which has treated more than 500 clients to date.
The move to our new location in Burlington will allow us to reach more people in the New England region,” said Amy Thieringer, Founder and CEO of A.R.T. Allergy Release Technique. “Our goal is to give clients and their families hope by providing life-changing treatment that enables a full, free and fearless life without food allergies, and this new treatment center brings us one step closer to realizing a future where food allergies are completely eradicated.”
Building upon the recent expansion in Brooklyn, New York, the new 2,400 square foot Burlington treatment center will allow A.R.T. practitioners to service about 200 clients per week. The Burlington center is about three times the size of the Lexington space.
Unlike the standard allergy treatment of oral immunotherapy (OIT), A.R.T. addresses the root cause of the allergy, which is the overactive immune system. A.R.T. identifies toxins and other stressors that are overloading the person’s immune system, shifts the gut microbiome and calms the anxiety response. Once these issues are addressed, foods are slowly and safely reintroduced.
“A.R.T. has continued to grow. We’ve already hired two additional practitioners for the new Burlington space and plan to hire more in the next 6-12 months to service the patients on our multi-year wait list,” added Thieringer. “A.R.T. is reshaping the way allergies are treated and we’re scaling so we can see the largest number of patients possible.”
Thieringer founded A.R.T. in 2005 following her son’s anaphylactic reaction to nuts. After doctors told her that strict avoidance of all nuts was the only option for her son, she embarked on her own journey, developing a successful process for curing multiple, severe food allergies.
A.R.T.’s new location in Burlington is open, effective immediately.