Posted 9/2/2021 12:51 PM (GMT -6)
You don’t have your email address enabled so I can’t email you directly. There are a couple of official mcas docs that maybe only accept mainstream medicine diagnoses sort of in the area. Otherwise there are 2 in Winchester that treat Lyme, mold and mcas. Only 1 does virtual visits. If you Google Aldi, va and mold doctor you will find another doctor who treats mold Lyme etc in the area. There’s another one someone told me about but I can’t remember her info. She had a website and was somewhere in nova.
For Mcas docs who either probably reject chronic Lyme and mold there are 2 at vcu that do virtual visits (dr schwartz and dr ward). I’ve heard dr Schwartz is rigid and not nice dr ward is friendly and answers messages fast but only accept diagnoses straight out of a textbook. He twitches every time anything non standard medically is mentioned during appointments (chronic Lyme, paying out of pocket for appointments alternative therapies etc). There’s also one named Henry Li in Chevy chase md. I heard about him on another forum for mcas, but have no experience with him nor besides that one forum member have I heard anyone using him. I have no idea what he thinks about chronic Lyme but when I was looking for an mcas doc his receptionist said he was nice and open minded. That could mean anyone from he’ll work with you to, he won’t try to get you locked in a mental asylum if you don’t follow his textbook in terms of symptoms and reactions to meds.