cenright wrote:Thank you. As a newbie to all of this, is there a benefit to seeing a chiro vs an md vs and NP practitioner??
cenright wrote:Thank you so much I will call Dr Nash's practice today! If you come across any other names in the Chicago area ( or Wisconsin ) please let me know. Thank you for your response!!!
Welcome jimcrist,jimcrist wrote: I have a good friend in Madison that could benefit from a Bredesen trained doctor, but I don't believe there is one in Madison. That's astonishing, considering Madison is a bit of a healthcare mecca. I've identified and contacted one in Rockford, IL however. Here's the link: https://www.ifm.org/practitioners/stephen-nitz-md/
I believe there's another one in Brookfield, but I can't find their name.
Who's your functional medicine doctor?
cenright wrote:If you come across any other names in the Chicago area ( or Wisconsin ) please let me know.
Thanks so much for sharing all this information, jimcrist! You have no doubt helped people in a wide area of the Upper Midwest, and those who may find this post in the future. Please keep us posted on your adventures in plugging those holes!jimcrist wrote:...cenright wrote:If you come across any other names in the Chicago area ( or Wisconsin ) please let me know.
I'm starting to understand that the Bredesen Protocol is not the only way to go. But his research proves the idea that we need a multi-dimensional approach to this problem. His analogy is a roof with 36 holes. Patching one hole isn't going to help much. We have to test for lots of things, find out what's outta whack and then fix those things. That's why Functional Medicine is the way to go. They're more oriented on the big picture. Whereas a neurologist is just focused on the brain.
I'm starting to think it's better to go to one of these functional medicine practitioners first and let them order tests rather than to start with the $1400 ReCode program. Comments? Opinons? Thanks!
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