If you live in the Lehigh Valley, whether in a city like Allentown or Bethlehem or a smaller town like Parry or Macungie, you know that lice are common and anyone can be a target. Once you have lice, they can be tough to eliminate on your own. The bugs scoot from light and the eggs (nits) camouflage in the hair. Why waste time and money on ineffective chemical treatments, when LiceDoctors guarantees that we will come to you and get rid of the lice and all visible nits?
An experienced lice treatment professional will perform an all-natural, step-by-step lice treatment protocol on you and your family. While she is methodically removing the lice and nits from the hair, she will educate you on lice prevention strategies. There is no need to suffer another day when we have the expertise to treat you and leave you lice-free today.
LiceDoctors is the only lice removal service in the Lehigh Valley with a physician Medical Director: Dr. Steve Beck. We have a long, successful track and 250,000 happy clients to attest to that! In addition, LiceDoctors pricing is among the lowest in the area; treatment is covered under most FSAs and HSAs.
Lehigh Valley Lice Removal Service Area
Alburtis, Allentown, Allen Township, Bangor, Bath, Bethlehem, Bethlehem Township, Bowmanstown, Bushkill Township, Catasauqua, Chapman, Coopersburg, Coplay, East Allen Township, East Bangor, Easton, East Side, Emmaus, Forks Township, Hanover Township, Lower Macungie Township, Lower Nazareth Township, Lower Saucon Township, Lowhill Township, Lynn Township, Macungie, Moore Township, Nazareth, Northampton, North Catasauqua, North Whitehall Township, Palmerton, Palmer Township, Parryville, Pen Argyl, Plainfield Township, Portland, Roseto, Salisbury Township, South Whitehall Township, Stockertown, Tatamy, Upper Macungie Township, Upper Milford Township, Upper Mount Bethel Township, Upper Nazareth Township, Upper Saucon Township, Walnutport, Washington Township, Weisenberg Township, Weissport, West Easton, Whitehall Township, Williams Township, Wilson, Wind Gap and more.
“We were visiting my parents in Easton for the Columbus Day weekend. My kids just got over a bout of lice, or so I thought, when my Mom noticed something in my daughter’s hair. Being the clean freak she is, she went ballistic and was online in a matter of seconds. She found LiceDoctors in a google search and had you at her house a few hours later. Boy, did you save our trip!” Zenha S. in Boston, MA visiting in Easton, PA
“Don’t call anyone else. Call LiceDoctors. They’re the real deal.” Joe W. in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
“LiceDoctors be nice to me! That’s all I have to say. Knowledgeable technicians and a fair price. I’m a happy camper. And I have recommended them to my doctor and to all of my friends.” Olivia W. in Allentown, PA
“This is for all you folks out there who are still fighting head lice. Call LiceDoctors today. DON’T do what I did which was spend (meaning waste) hundreds of dollars on house cleaning and dry cleaning and laundry, not to mentioned those shampoos that claim to kill lice, but don’t. The ONLY treatment that worked for us (and I mean REALLY worked) was LiceDoctors. Take my advice, run don’t walk to the phone to call them today.” Sandy N. in Bath, Pennsylvania
Families and Holidays — Why We See Jump in Incidence of Head Lice After Thanksgiving and Christmas
We know the positives of family and friend get-togethers to celebrate the holidays. How fun it can be for little cousins to play with each other and for multiple generations to be in one room. Of course, in our honest moments, we may acknowledge that we are not so crazy about loud Uncle Bill or clingy cousin Michelle. There is one more downside to holiday get-togethers: right after the holidays we always see a jump in the incidence of head lice. Just ask your school nurse; she will corroborate that.
Why is that? The reason is that any gathering of people is a potential field day for head lice. If someone arrives at the dinner wi th head lice, there is a chance that several others will leave with head lice. When heads are close to each other, lice have the opportunity to crawl from one head to another. These creepy critters are parasites; they feed off the blood from the host in order to survive.
You do not have to be worried about lice in the house. Lice have a strong survival mechanism; they do not like to leave your head, where the temperature is optimal and the food is plentiful, to go to a sofa or chair where they will die after a day of no food. Head lice typically live 30 days before dying, and they do so by feeding on your head or your cousin Michelle’s head or even your loud Uncle Bill’s head.
After your holiday dinner, LiceDoctors suggests that you go home and check your children for head lice. Place them under a bright lamp and look for bugs that scoot quickly around the hair. If you find evidence of head lice give LiceDoctors a call in the Lehigh Valley at 484-725-6362. We will send a lice expert to your home at your earliest convenience and we will leave you with peace of mind.