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ReCode practitioner rec_Indpls

Postby Punch » Thu Jan 31, 2019 9:54 am

Can anyone recommend a ReCode / Bredesen practitioner working in or near Indianapolis?

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Re: ReCode practitioner rec_Indpls

Postby slacker » Thu Jan 31, 2019 2:42 pm

There are several ways to find practitioners; please refer to our Searching for a Health Care Practitioner wiki entry for some ideas.
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Re: ReCode practitioner rec_Indpls

Postby NF52 » Sun Feb 03, 2019 11:50 am

Punch wrote:Can anyone recommend a ReCode / Bredesen practitioner working in or near Indianapolis?
Hi Punch,
Here is a link to an August 2018 post by user "indywoman" who lives in the Indianapolis area and travels across state lines to see a Bredesen-trained practitioner in Battle Creek. MI.
Dr. John Koziarski/Battle Creek, MI

Slacker's suggestions may give you other ideas, as could this link on using the protocol on your own. Can I practice the Bredesen protocol without a trained practitioner?

The Wiki also has suggestions on how to use Direct to Consumer Lab Testing Options in case you want to start slowly and get some of the labs recommended in Dr. Stavia's Primer.

Good luck, and feel free to share information as you learn more about providers. We benefit from each other's experiences.
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