I am currently accepting consultations for Hidradenitis Suppurativa (HS) sufferers only. I suggest picking up a copy of my book The Hidden Plague: A Field Guide for Overcoming and Surviving Hidradenitis Suppurativa first, to see if any questions or problems you have can be resolved without the need for, or cost of, personal consultations. However, if you are an HS sufferer and are interested in private consultations, please contact me to see if I have any openings. Initial consultations are $100, followed by rates of $100 per hour for further consults. Consultations and lessons can be done online or in person if you are in the Phoenix, Arizona area. If you are interested in learning what supplements can be beneficial in helping to heal from HS, please click here.
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I am not a doctor or a trained medical professional. My advice is not intended to diagnose or cure any disease. If you are seeking a consultation regarding HS, I can provide details regarding my success at putting my own Hidradenitis Suppurativa into complete remission. It is up to you whether or not you decide to implement any practices or advice into your own self-treatment of the condition. These practices should not supersede nor conflict with instructions from your doctor and I will not be held liable if you deviate from your doctors counsel, advice or prescription.
Current Western medical practice does not have a standard, effective treatment or cure for Hidradenitis Suppurativa and often suggests surgery. Many medical professionals are also unaware of the existence of HS. You should be aware of this. You should always consult your doctor before starting anything new, whether it be a new diet, exercise regime or autoimmune protocol.
If you are interested in self-diagnosis, read my posts on HS. Click here for Part One and here for Part Two. However, I strongly advise that you visit a doctor before starting self-treatment to have tests done to rule out serious infections, including staph and MSRA.
I will not be held liable for anyone who disregards the terms of this disclosure.