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I've Treated More mRNA Vax Injured & Long Haul Patients Than Any Other Doctor*
Well More Than 99.99% of Doctors Anyway
I’ve treated more mRNA “Vax” injured and Long COVID patients (cumulatively = spike protein victims) than nearly any other doctor in the world at this point.
A quick google search shows an estimated 10-15 million doctors in the world. So just 1500 doctors make up the top 99.99th percentile of doctors in the world.
I actually don’t know more than a small handful of doctors who may have treated more spike protein injuries than me, so the Tweet might have been inaccurate by 1 or 2 orders of magnitude.
The true percent might be 99.999% making me among the top 150 docs or even 99.9999% making me among the top 15.
Anyway, how is it possible to treat more than nearly any other doctor on the planet?
Well, first of all the mainstream medical community is way behind the curve.
The vast majority have no idea where to even begin treating these patients and the rest are too frightened by their medical boards, corporate governors and Big Pharma paymasters to try anything.
At least not until multi-million dollar fancy (biased) Randomized Controlled Trials are conducted - the operative word here being “Controlled” - because the results are completely controlled by Big Pharma.
Of the doctors who are willing and able to begin treating spike-protein-opathies with off label meds, there are few physicians who dedicate almost their entire practice to it like I do. And even fewer who conduct a mix of asynchronous and synchronous consults.
Asynchronous consults are text based consults which can be conducted far faster than traditional synchronous consults, and therefore are far cheaper.
In an asynchronous consult the patient fills out all the paperwork beforehand including a detailed medical history and symptom questionnaire.
The patient has also had a chance to review risks and benefits of proposed treatments and the proposed Long Haul protocol explainer video and paperwork.
So in most cases by the time the patient’s information hits my desk all the questions I would have asked them have been answered already. And all the information I would have told them has already been communicated.
After I finalize their individual plan I pass their chart to my medical assistant to handle the details and schedule a final quick review call between assistant and patient to go over directions.
Prescriptions and labs are faxed in by staff and a followup appointment is scheduled in 4-6 weeks.
At this point the whole process runs like a well oiled machine and has allowed me to scale up my practice to helping 1000s of Long COVID and Vaccine injured patients.
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The benefit of large numbers and this much experience is that I can pick up patterns others might miss.
For example during the 2022 Vaccine Injury & Long COVID Reset Summit I asked Dr Pierre Kory what he thought about patients who initially got better with ivermectin and then stopped it, got worse again, but when they resumed the medication a second time it had reduced or no efficacy.
I’ve seen this phenomenon numerous times, but he was unaware of it.
(Side note: since its difficult, if not impossible for COVID-19 to so rapidly evolve resistance to the antiviral effects of ivermectin, this phenomenon is probably due to ivermectins antibiotic effect to rebalance the portions of the gut microbiome that are infected with COVID-19. but that’s another story)
In addition to picking patterns that may be missed in a smaller, less focused practice, the asynchronous method also lowers physician fees for patients and allows me to offer heavily discounted and even free care for those in need.
Up to 5% of our consults are done at a discount or for free. And it just takes one click during registration or follow up to request the fee reduction.
Eventually medicine is likely to scale even further using AI models directed by experienced physicians, but until then, in an environment like this one where it is nearly impossible for most patients to find the help they need, asynchronous telehealth can bridge the gap for most and it’s what’s helped me become the world's top doc for Long Haul COVID and Vaccine Injuries (of course you can also book a regular consult with me by phone or video).