Medical Treatment Mold illness- Mold Sickness- Mold Exposure (855) 776-8233

 
               
Environmental Exposures Impact Human Health on an Hourly Basis and Continue to be Misdiagnosed 

                         Mold - Mycotoxins - Environmental Bacteria - Chronic Fatigue - Beta Glucans - Parasites - Heavy Metals - Lyme Disease
       
The American Centers for Environmental Science and Health are dedicated to raising public awareness providing education and health care, in relationship to the adverse health effects and diseases caused by environmental pathogens and their toxins in human beings.

For decades the medical community has minimized the importance and impact of environmental health related issues in the assessment of human health.

A host of unsolved medical problems are generically categorized as syndromes and idiopathic in origin. This stems from the lack of applying diagnostic criteria which should be part of the screening process in all standard practices of medicine. Disease when understood as a multifactorial process that its solution consider the toxicological influences which maintain its function.

Across the United States environmental exposure to fungi, yeast and their secondary metabolites are at epidemic proportions. Mold Exposure, Mold Sickness, Mold Illness and the symptoms of mold exposure remains one of the most misunderstood and misdiagnosed conditions throughout the country.

After years of environmental and medical research, the American Centers for Environmental Science and Health has developed the "gold standards" for  the correct medical testing, diagnostic procedures, and treatment protocols, for microbial exposure to fungi, yeast, and their secondary metabolites, the causal factor in mold sickness, mold illness, and the symptoms related to mold exposure. Our testing protocols have also been successful in reassessing the misdiagnosis of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Sarcoidosis, Fibromyalgia, Multiple Sclerosis, Lupus, Lyme Disease and Asthma, allowing for a correct diagnosis and treatment.        
                                                                                        
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