Links of Interest

Links of Interest

Links of Interest:

Links of Interest:

 

Acudetox for the treatment of addiction.  This form of acupuncture involves 5 points in each outer ear that unblock the meridians involving the Shen Men or “Spirit Gate”, Sympathetic, Kidney, Liver & Lung providing for improved movement of Chi (Qi), the “life force” that acupuncture is based upon.  It doubles the rate of long-term attainment and maintenance of sobriety/being clean from drugs of abuse as it improves pathways of emotional healing within the brain that are tied to the issues related to addiction.

Addiction Resource,  raises awareness on the dangers of addiction and helps local communities stay drug-free (https://addictionresource.com/ and the American Society of Addiction Medicine, who also promotes drug abuse prevention and treatment.

Alpha-Stim for Pain & Anxiety Therapy

This device provided significant improvement of 93% in 1,949 pain patients who used Alpha-Stim for a minimum of three weeks. Most of these people failed to get results from previous therapies or they would never have acquired an Alpha-Stim in the first place.  The Alpha-Stim is also a lot more cost effective than almost any other treatment for pain and stress-related disorders. Once the device is purchased it costs very little to use. Most drugs cost more than an Alpha-Stim after just a few months.  It eases the brain into a relaxing brain-wave pattern that removes anxiety and greatly reduces pain.

American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine This is the site that will help you keep from feeling old.  Plenty of information on bioidentical hormone replacement and other ways to maintain the vigor of youth.  HGH works!  Insurance doesn’t cover that or detoxification protocols with EDTA chelation etc.  Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy for Men & Women, thyroid supplementation, mesotherapy all have a positive impact on aging. This site will help let you know what is available.  We offer most of these modalities.

American Academy of Family Physicians A great site with an awesome search engine to learn more about what you want to know.

American College for the Advancement of Medicine This is a premier site for complementary and alternative medicine.  There is a wealth of information concerning chelation to remove heavy metals and other detoxification protocols.

Defeat Autism Now This is a link to the official site of the DAN protocol used to treat autism spectrum disorders

Famly Doctor Information A great source of handouts for patient education to give you a brief overview of what you need to know on a large variety of subjects.  Information available in English & en espanol

International Society of Environmentally Acquired Illness This is the group that is involved with Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS), ElectroMagnetic Field Sensitivity, Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity and other poorly understood illnesses.  This is the bleeding edge group.

Mold & Water-Damaged Building Resources

Air Purification;

HEPA air FILTERS must remove 99.97% of particles > 6 µm in order to be labeled HEPA. 

Air FILTERS remove particles from the air.  This won’t work with volatile organic compounds (VOC’s); volatile implies to small to be removed by a filter.

Air PURIFIERS are different, they add to the air.  Typically, an air purifier will add something like ozone (O3), -OH radicals or ions that are very reactive. This means that they interact with the VOC’s at a chemical level to change the VOC’s to something less harmful.  I was very skeptical when I first heard about this technology but have become a believer since putting the pureAir 1500 in my office, I even put one in my home and my family’s health started improving dramatically as soon as we got it.  I am most familiar with the pureAir series (below), there are other products, Germ Guardian comes to mind, but I lack any first-hand experience with that brand.

Living Healthy Technologies

www.livinght.com

864 704 7252

520B Hunts Bridge Rd Greenville SC 29617

Mike Reekie

mike@livinght.com

 

Bibliography of Scientific Literature Re; Water-Damaged Buildings;

Policy Holders of America Water-Damaged Building Bibliography July 2010

Written in 2010 by Dr. Shoemaker and others familiar with CIRS, this document is 160 pages of peer-reviewed scientific and medical literature documenting the state of the art at that time, useful for arguing with insurance companies and any other parties that don’t “believe” in mold as a health problem (like it’s theology, a belief system and not biology)!

 

Mold Testing:

Envirobiomics

www.envirobiomics.com

mailto:David@EnviroBiomics.com

mailto:Gianni@EnviroBiomics.com

Phone: 210 233 6162

Mobile: 210 570 2095

11550 IH 10 W, Suite 105,

San Antonio, Texas, 78230

 

Mycometrics

9 Deer Park Dr., Suite K-18
Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852

Tel: (732) 355-9018
Fax: (732) 658-5185
Email: mailto:Quest@Mycometrics.com.

 

Mold Remediation:

ahealthyhomesc@gmail.com

(864) 280-4879
A Healthy Home
538 Lounds Hill Rd 29607

 

AdvantaClean Remediation

www.AdvantaClean.com

(864) 704-1993

Dan Wackerhagen

dan.wackerhagen@AdvantaClean.com

162-A Kerns Ave

Greenville, SC 29609

 

AeroBioLogical Solutions Inc.

www.aerobiological.com

(703) 920-6653 (MOLD)

Arlington VA 22202

Greg Weatherman

gw@aerobioLogical.com

 

Appalachian Restoration & Cleaning

www.appalachiancarpet.com

(828) 505-7733

(828) 606-7738 Fax

(828) 768-6858 Cell

Rick Owenby Owner/operator

rick@appalchiancarpet.com

PO Box 6897 Asheville NC 28816

 

Armour Applied Science
www.armourappliedscience.com
scottarmour@att.net
(216) 225-5237
Scott Armour

Air duct cleaning recommendations

Decision Making/Treatment Strategy Reference Documents

CIRS/ERMI Summary of Shoemaker Recommendations

CIRS/ERMI Loading vs. Concentration

 

Environmental Analytics LLC

Michael D. Schrantz, CIEC,CMI,ABI, BPI-BA/EP

https://environmentalanalytics.net/

Indoor Environmental Professional

C: 520.488.6639* (call first)
F: 520.721.6851
O: 520.290.6653

 

Mold-X (Cashiers NC)

www.moldx.us

(828) 582-1009

Jesse Jones

brandy@moldx.us

 

Mold Support Groups & Resources;

There are numerous good sources for information about Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS) on a variety of social media platforms, below are some that I’ve found helpful-but this is not an all-inclusive list of the sites I recommend!

BioToxin Illness

Paradigm Change Website

Paradigm Change FB Page

Paradigm Change Twitter

 

Lisa Petrison PhD Facebook

Lisa Petrison PhD Twitter

 

Mold Avoiders Facebook Page

 

Avoiding Mold Facebook Page

 

 

 SurvivingMold is the original site of Ritchie Shoemaker MD & the Shoemaker Protocol