Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)

Very often, patients come to us who have been struggling with CFS for many years without adequate medical care, support, or compassion. CLEAR practitioners address these unmet needs, while getting to the root of why the patient became ill. CFS has many underlying causes and we often see multiple factors unique to each individual. A complex web of issues and imbalances need to be unwound. The patients who get the best results commit to consistent visits so we can continually refine their treatment protocol as issues are eliminated.

Underlying factors we investigate and address:

  • Infectious disease: viral, bacterial, fungal and parasitic
  • Heavy metals
  • Mold exposure, mold colonization, mold allergy and mycotoxin illness
  • Mitochondrial dysfunction
  • Hormone imbalances
  • Nutrient and mineral deficiencies
  • GI inflammation, leaky gut, flora imbalances: SIBO and colonic dysbiosis
  • Toxic exposure and accumulation
  • Emotional trauma
  • Neurotransmitter imbalances
  • Food allergies and celiac diseases
  • Sleep dysfunction
  • Dental pathology
  • Energetic imbalances (see more on ACMOS)