Mold illness can manifest with so many different and diverse symptoms that it’s frequently misdiagnosed. The volatile toxic vapors produced by mold are invisible to the eye but catastrophic to the body, especially if you’re among the 25% of the population who have a genetic predisposition which inhibits the clearance of biotoxins from the body.
The first and most crucial step in the treatment of exposure to mold illness is to identify the location of the mold and get away from it. Exposure usually comes from an indoors environment like at home or work. It’s also important to know that mold toxins can accumulate in the body and continue to cause health problems long after the exposure ceases. In these cases, an extended course of treatment is required to restore health.
Most doctors are aware of mold allergies but few within the medical field are trained in mold toxicity and illness leaving patients feeling alone and hopeless. Treating mold illness is my specialty. My mission is to help you heal from exposure to mycotoxins by providing an accurate diagnosis and an effective treatment plan which goes to the root cause.
Dr. Werner Vosloo's Experience With Mold
Mold illness hits close to home for me because I’ve experienced it myself. I know first-hand how debilitating this illness can be. After being exposed to Mycotoxins that made me too sick to even work, I made it my mission to heal myself first and then help others who are suffering with this crippling illness. I became certified in Dr. Shoemaker’s Mold Illness Treatment Protocol Physician Certification Program. This protocol is the gold standard for treating mold illness, which can include tick-borne illness and Lyme Syndrome as well.Learn more about Werner
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