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  • Genre:HEALTH & FITNESS
  • SubGenre:Healing
  • Language:English
  • Pages:220
  • eBook ISBN:9781543921380
  • Paperback ISBN:9781543921373

Mold Illness: Surviving and Thriving

A Recovery Manual for Patients & Families Impacted By CIRS

by Paula Vetter , Laurie Rossi and Cindy Edwards

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Overview
Mold can cause serious and sometimes devastating illness. This manual consists of critical information, resources, and interactive tools to help patients navigate a successful path to long-term recovery. It is a detailed "road map" that will eliminate needless and costly detours, saving patients enormous amounts of time, energy, frustration, and money.
Description
Mold, and the associated toxins found in water damaged buildings, can cause serious and sometimes devastating illness. This manual consists of critical information, resources, and interactive tools to help patients navigate a successful path to long-term recovery. It is a detailed "road map" that will eliminate needless and costly detours, saving patients enormous amounts of time, energy, frustration, and money. There is a great deal of mis-information about mold illness and its treatment. Many patients are misdiagnosed and many, who have been correctly diagnosed, are not receiving adequate treatment. Mold Illness: Surviving and Thriving is filled with the critical, easy to understand, scientifically-validated information necessary to properly diagnose and effectively treat biotoxin illness. You will learn which tests are critical to reaching an accurate diagnosis, what protocol has been scientifically proven to successfully treat the illness, how to test your home, workplace or school, and how to avoid exposure to water-damaged buildings.
About the author
Paula Vetter is a Holistic Family Nurse Practitioner with more than 30 years of experience in both Traditional and Functional Medicine. She was a Critical Care Instructor at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic for more than a decade, taught at two Ohio colleges, and did primary care in a busy Family Practice in NE Ohio. Paula is a Shoemaker Certified CIRS Practitioner who had a private CIRS practice in Paso Robles, CA, until she recently retired. Her passion is educating, inspiring and empowering individuals and families to take charge of their health and transform their lives. This manual is a vehicle to continue that legacy.

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