Dover, DE, November 25, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- LiceDoctors Head Lice Treatment and Nit Removal Service announces the opening of its in-home, personalized lice treatment service for families in Delaware. The company has been successfully treating families for several years in over 40 states nationwide and has treated over 160,000 children and adults.
The national head lice removal service, which is the largest in the country, presently makes house calls in over 85 major cities and their neighboring areas across the United States. LiceDoctors, which is owned and operated by Wendy Beck and Karen Sokoloff, continues to expand, owing to the unique combination of its doctor-developed, all natural protocol combined with high quality, expert lice technicians, and the convenience and privacy that in-home treatment provides.
According to LiceDoctors owner, Wendy Beck, who has 20 years of lice treatment experience and is a nationally known speaker on the subject of head lice, "Chemical lice products do not penetrate the shell of nits, so you can not rely on them for putting an end to kill the lice. Lice have developed a resistance to these lice shampoos, as a recent major study proved. It is necessary for the lice eggs or nits to be physically extracted from the hair. Parents often try this on their own but this is a more difficult task than they expect. The nits blend in with the hair and they are small, making them difficult to find in the hair if you do not have experience with nitpicking. Our treatment protocol was developed and copyrighted over 20 years ago by our medical doctor director and it works; we have the record to prove it, and an "A" rating with the Better Business Bureau."
Erica W. in Wilmington is one such client. "I assumed that the chemical shampoos worked but boy was I wrong. Both the drug store and prescription lice shampoos failed to get rid of the nits. Finally, the school nurse told me about LiceDoctors and using oil and then methodically hand picking out the nits finally did the trick. The easy follow-up plan acted as insurance and the whole thing was painless and it worked! I am so glad we called in professionals!"
School districts in Delaware are now advised that children with nits may be permitted to return to school. This is in accordance with recommendations by the American Association of Pediatrics and the Centers for Disease Control. As a result most districts in Delaware permit children with nits into school after treatment. The jury is still out as to whether this shift in policy will increase the incidence of head lice.
LiceDoctors can be reached in Delaware at 302-319-3698 or online at www.licedoctors.com. LiceDoctors is available every day and evening and makes house calls when it is convenient for the client.