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Treat Your Chronic Fatigue

There is a hidden, often ignored, disease affecting thousands of people. The most common symptoms of this syndrome are:


Cognitive Impairment

Persistent Pain

Intestinal Dysfunction

Characteristically, physical exams and laboratory tests show only normal results. This is frustrating for patients and caregivers. Finding treatment for their suffering is usually an unrewarding endeavor. This illness has been referred to as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Chronic Lyme Disease, Fibromyalgia, and other designations

My new book, “If Everyone Says I Look So Good, Then Why Do I Feel So Terrible?” describes patient-guided and physician-assisted treatments that I have successfully used to help people with these conditions.

One of the greatest challenges to physicians is helping patients with disabling complaints but for whom examinations and tests are normal.

These people have been a focus of my Internal Medicine practice for over 40 years. I am writing about my successful treatments based on insights developed from working with hundreds of patients with chronic fatigue and related illnesses. The unique and novel insights, ideas and lifestyle practice described in the book are useful to everybody. Healthy people who want to mitigate the problems that accompany aging will appreciate learning from this book.

This book is now available on AMAZON.COM in paperback and Kindle editions.

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I am a Board Certified Doctor of Internal Medicine. I trained at University of Illinois Medical Center in Chicago, followed by an Internal Medicine residency at Cook County Hospital. During my 41 years of practicing medicine, I was able to help thousands of patients with this condition of debilitating symptoms.

Beginning in college and continuing to this day, I have been interested in therapies that were outside the box. I wanted to complement my formal training to be able to offer patients helpful therapies.

When patients started coming to me complaining about fatigue and other problems that were given limited attention in the medical textbook, I sought innovative treatments that proved to be effective.

An important focus of my practice was caring for people with fatigue and other chronic symptoms associated with the absence of chronic symptoms. This gained me a reputation. My practice with this category of patients grew, expanding my experience in caring for them.