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MTHFR docs in Austin

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  1. minkeygirl

    minkeygirl But I Look So Good.

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  2. minkeygirl

    minkeygirl But I Look So Good.

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    Or know of one?
     
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    I had seen Wallace Taylor once when he used to be at the NeuroSensory Center in Austin. He is no longer there.

    I saw him because my regular doctor was unavailable that day. This was some years ago.

    I have gotten a lot of benefit from seeing Kendal Stewart at the NeuroSensory Center. He treats MTHFR. The NeuroSensory Center recently moved. Here's a link:

    http://www.drkendalstewart.com/doctor-bios/austin-physicians/

    I also use some of the NeuroBiologix products, many of which Dr. Stewart formulates. They are all pharmaceutical grade.

    http://www.neurobiologix.com/Default.asp

    For MTHFR, I've also gotten a lot of benefit from Dr. Glen Luepnitz. He has a doctorate in nutrition, so he's not a regular doctor, but he is a biochemistry expert and helps people with a wide array of conditions.
     
  4. minkeygirl

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    Thanks @perchance dreamer I did find Dr. Taylor on Yelp. I forget where he was located. The Neuronutrition center got good reviews too. She is shoot, I forget what it's called. Functional medicine doc.

    I think my friend needs more than MTHFR. I want to give him some options.
     
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    perchance dreamer Senior Member

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    Both Dr. Stewart and Dr. Luepnitz treat all kinds of conditions. I continue to see them both. It takes a long time to get into see them for first-time patients. You can get on cancellation lists.

    We are lucky in Austin to have a lot of great out-of-the-box types of doctors and health practitioners.
     
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    I like what I read about Dr Stewart.

    I'll pass the info on but not my decision obviously.

    Thanks again.
     

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