Dr. John E. Whitcomb Now a Mold Qualified Doctor
John E. Whitcomb, M.D.
John E. Whitcomb, M.D., director of Brookfield Longevity & Healthy Living Clinic, is now certified as a Mold Qualified Doctor. The certification process was done through the Shoemaker Protocol, a process established by Maryland-based physician Ritchie Shoemaker, M.D., who is a pioneering leader in patient care, research and education in the field of biotoxin-related illness.
Whitcomb notes that mold-related illnesses can often be misdiagnosed or undetected. “About 25 percent of people are vulnerable to illness if exposed to mold,” he says. “We call it fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue, and it is usually considered a medical mystery.”
Whitcomb is fellowship trained and board certified in anti-aging medicine and internal medicine. He states that he is Wisconsin’s first doctor with a master’s degree in nutrition and mold certification.
Location: 17585 W. North Ave., Ste. 160, Brookfield. For more information, call 262-784-5300 or visit LiveLongMD.com.
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