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Medical Treatment for Mold Exposure,Mold Illnesses and the Symptoms of Mold Exposure

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The National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease is the nation’s most unique medical facility treating people for the symptoms and diseases caused by exposure to environmental toxins and their by-products, specializing in detoxification from mold exposure.

Many components and microbials in the environment emit toxins, or poisons, that can affect human health. Such as asbestos, lead, mold, fungi, bacteria, PCB’s, heavy metals, pesticides, aspartame, and groundwater chemical contaminates.

When a person is poisoned by a toxic substance they will usually exhibit multiple symptoms that to most treating physicians makes no sense and usually winds up in misdiagnosis. The most common misdiagnoses are Fibromyalgia, Lupus, Multiple Sclerosis, Asthma, Sarcoidosis and Rheumatoid Arthritis.

The National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease uses a team healthcare concept, which allows the patient access to multiple disciplines in healthcare, such as MD’s, Doctors of Internal Medicine, Naturopathic and Homeopathic physicians, Doctors of Oriental Medicine, Nutritionists, alternative modalities and therapies. Our patient recovery rate has been reported as one of the best in the country for these types of environmental exposures.

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