Orlando, FL, September 14, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Pens. Check. Backpack. Check. Textbooks. Check. Lice Comb. Check. Unfortunately, head lice have become a common nuisance among school aged children. According to lice experts at LiceDoctors Head Lice Treatment and Nit Removal Service, the odds are a family will have to face head lice directly or tangentially through their child's friends.
As schools open in Orlando, Florida and surrounding areas, children return from constant play dates and days at camp or the town pool, they have a higher chance of having and transmitting head lice. September and October are the busiest months for LiceDoctors.
"This year we are seeing an increase in the incidence of head lice among school age children in Orlando and surrounding areas including Altamonte Springs, Clermont, Conway, Lake Butler, Maitland, Oak Ridge, Saint Cloud, Winter Garden, Winter Park, Winter Springs and many other areas," reports Wendy Beck of LiceDoctors, who has been treating families with head lice for nearly 20 years, and speaks on the subject nationally.
Beck states that lice have become tougher and are often so resilient that they repel standard chemical lice treatments. "Parents use these treatments and then are shocked and disappointed to see that they have not gotten rid the infestation. We get calls from a lot of discouraged families. In order to truly eliminate a case of lice, you have to be able to extract all of the eggs. That is a labor-intensive process and it helps a lot if you know how to do and to recognize eggs that tend to camouflage in the hair. That's where LiceDoctors comes in."
LiceDoctors uses a protocol developed nearly 20 years ago by its physician medical director. It is an all-natural plan and is backed with the company's guarantee and carries the seal of approval from the Better Business Bureau.
LiceDoctors Head Lice Treatment and Nit Removal Service can be contacted in the Orlando area at 407-505-4259 or at www.licedoctors.com. LiceDoctors is also available in Florida in Jacksonville, Tampa, Sarasota, and Fort Myers.