The kinesiologist we see has people coming from all over, even out of state. I have never met anyone in the waiting room that said he wasn't right on. He even teaches and travels all over the country so I think our guy is really good. He's the only one that has done anything to treat the cause and my husband is able to continue to work, which is very good for our family. If I had any doubt, there's no way we would pay what this has cost, I'm very frugal.
I had dh down to John's Hopkins and when I just mentioned the lyme they totally dismissed me, just wanted to talk about slicing into his brain and digging out anything that 'may' be irritating the nerve. You can't dig out lyme, sometimes people that are suppose to be smart are dumb as a stick. I had him to so many doctors it was ridiculous. Furtherest we got with treating the lyme was three weeks of doxy, which did nothing at all for him at that point because he was just too far gone. Got to the point where I hate doctors, except for our current family doc, who is integrative and into alternative things anyway.
I also had a major issue with crohn's/uc, whatever it was, they never did know for sure what it was. From the time I walked into the specialists office I got nothing but immensely worse for two months until I ended up in the hospital for two weeks, what a fiasco. I've been currently using miracle mineral solution with great results for my crohn's/uc.
As long as it works, I'm willing to pay out of pocket. We have very good insurance coverage but what they cover doesn't seem to do us any good so we stick with what works.
36 yr. old homeschooling mom of 3
Diagnosed Crohn's 06/08, then UC 08/08
Asacol made me worse, reactions to Remicade
Currently taking LDN, feeling pretty good
Probiotic, Omega 3, Digestive enzymes