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Doctor who understands methylation

Discussion in 'Genetic Testing and SNPs' started by anxiousguy, Feb 25, 2014.

  1. anxiousguy

    anxiousguy

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    Can anyone recommend some doctors who they've worked with who REALLY understand methylation and do phone consults. I got a doctor off of a mthfr finder, but I think that i may need a second opinion.

    Aside from Yasko and Dr Ben, who are the best?

    Thanks
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    minkeygirl Senior Member

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    I think docs who will do computer appointments need to see you first, and then once or twice a year followup. My first appointment was in her office but all the rest have been with FaceTime.

    You didn't say where you were BTW, that would help.
  3. anxiousguy

    anxiousguy

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    @minkeygirl

    I saw a doc in CT. He is a mthfr doc but seems to not be as knowledgeable about it as I hoped (I could certainly be wrong)

    I would think there was someone who would just do a phone consult.
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    minkeygirl Senior Member

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    I might be wrong but I thought there was some law that docs had to see a patient first. I'm sure someone will chime in about that.

    There is someone in Beverly Hills I think. I forget her name. Try Googling Methylation Beverly Hills.
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    I really like my doctor in Colorado. I, too, wonder if he's fully up or only partially up... but under his treatment I've had dramatic improvements before a second crash. And I'm currently recovering from that crash. I've only seen him via Skype/phone conferences. I am planning a trip next month, though to drive out and meet him face to face.

    www.revolutionarymd.com
  6. ggingues

    ggingues $10 gift code at iHerb GAS343 of $40

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    Started a conversation with you FYI Not sure my Dr is expert, but I think he knows some of it.

    GG

    PS Unfortunately he does not take much for insurance, and is mostly on a cash basis. FYI
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    minkeygirl Senior Member

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    I pay out of my pocket for my doc too. Worth it IMO
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  8. PennyIA

    PennyIA Senior Member

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    Mine doesn't file insurance, but does give me the filing codes so I could file... but he's helping me because the money I'm spending on him is preventing far more money being spent for tests that weren't helping me... I have yet to max out my deduction, so I haven't filed any of them since I started seeing him. But keep holidng it in resserve for just in case.
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    I'm on Medicare. They don't pay for naturopaths and are pretty restrictive with what they will pay for.
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