Mold Sickness

mold sickness

Mold Sickness – (844) 955-8378

The Right Guidance the First Time Leads to the Right Testing &Treatment for Mold Sickness !

Prior to visiting the National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease you will be required to have medical testing regarding your mold sickness completed before your arrival, this way the medical treatment starts on day one. The National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease wants your first visit to their facility to be meaningful and productive.

National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease examines your past and current symptoms, current diagnosis, or misdiagnosis and arranges for your medical testing to be done remotely prior to your visit. We know who you are before you walk through our doors.

The Fungal Identification Test (FID) identifies colonies of fungus, mold, and yeast growing in the human body. Knowing what species of fungus /mold or yeast that are actually growing in your body or sinuses is absolutely important to linking a person’s exposure to a particular environment, and matching it to those contaminates.

Mycotoxins are poisons produced by fungus or what is commonly known as “Mold”. Not all species of mold produce pathogens (disease causing elements).However, many species of fungi are known as pathogenic and produce toxic substances mycotoxins being one of them.

Once inside the body Mycotoxins begin to destroy your
body on a cellular level. One of those levels is DNA Damage.Whether you are in litigation, or just trying to recover and understand, knowing what you have to overcome is key.

Tests:

  • Mycotoxicity
  • Fungal Colonization
  • Yeast Colonization
  • Invasive Fungal Infections
  • Systemic Yeast Infections
  • Allergic Reactions
  • Secondary Metabolites
  • Mycobacterium
Medical Testing

The medical testing you will be referred too are based upon your personal needs and symptoms.

Many medical facilities due to a lack of scientific understanding commonly “over-test” their patients for propensity genes and inflammatory markers, which have little to nothing to do with the protocol a patient will receive for medical care and recovery.