Easily Treat Allergies with an Integrative Approach

An Interview with Todd Born, ND

By Natural Medicine Journal

According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, allergies have become increasingly common affecting 30 percent of adults and 40 percent of children.1 Allergies are the third most common chronic disease among children under the age of 18. In this audio blog post, naturopathic physician Dr. Todd Born talks about the integrative treatment of inhalant allergies. He describes why inhalant allergies can sometimes be difficult to treat and what integrative medical tools should be considered when treating inhalant allergies.

Audio:

If you’d like more information about Dr. Born’s integrative inhalant allergy treatment approach, click here to listen to the full interview. You can also click here to download the patient handout that Dr. Born created. PDF iconhow_to_allergy_proof_your_life.pdf

Todd A. Born, ND, is a naturopathic doctor, certified nutrition specialist (CNS), co-owner and medical director of Born Naturopathic Associates, Inc., in Alameda, California. Born is the product manager, head of new product development, and scientific advisor for Allergy Research Group, LLC, and is editor-in-chief of their science-based Focus newsletter. He is a thought leader for the UK-based Clinical Education, a free peer-to-peer service that offers clinicians a closed forum to ask clinical questions and receive evidence-based responses from experts in their fields. Born is also lead advisor and president of the International Society for Naturopathic Medicine. Born graduated from Bastyr University in Seattle and completed his residency at the Bastyr Center for Natural Health and its 13 teaching clinics, with rotations at Seattle-area hospitals. For more information, visit www.bornnaturopathic.com.

About the Author

Natural Medicine Journal is an electronic peer-reviewed journal and open access website dedicated to the field of integrative medicine.

References

  1. Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. http://www.aafa.org/page/allergy-facts.aspx [accessed 7/17/17]