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I'm looking for a good allergy specialist in Basel. Any suggestions?
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Old 14.06.2012, 09:41
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Re: Allergy specialist

The way it works here is that your normal (ie family or general) doctor will refer you to a relevant specialist.

Specialists do not like to accept patients "Off the street" as they are busy, and prefer to take on patients whom have been investigated already by standard measures.

Too many patients go to an ENT doctor with a common cold, which can be treated by any doctor.
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Re: Allergy specialist

Hi,

Have you ever heard of Bioresonance? I have done 4 sessions of it and it seems to help, I need more but slowly you feel better. I know alot of people with Allergies and they have tired Bioresonance and they all have been cured or even felt better.

I did a quick search for you for Basel (that is your place of residence right?) and came up with these...

http://yellow.local.ch/en/q/Basel/Bioresonance%20therapy.html

If you have Alternative Medicine as additional insurance to your normal Health Insurance then its covered, but double check first.

Let me know how you get on.

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