Many of your questions can be answered here.
Yes, we treat both autoimmune conditions and chronic infections from both a functional and integrative approach. Please see previous question for full list of conditions we treat.
Yes, we do work with children. Dr. McCann is a certified pediatrician. However, we do require that you have your own primary care physician for your child.
Yes! We treat all genders! Health is not just the absence of disease, but a state of overall wellness and vitality that anyone can—and should—experience!
We recommend you have a primary care physician who is available for urgent visits, after hours and beyond. We are a specialty practice offering additional consultative services.
As each individual is unique, so is each treatment unique. Two people with the same diagnosis can have vastly different treatment plans based on their background, medical history, nutritional profile, genetic makeup, etc. We take into account all of these factors, along with each person’s capacity, budget, and preferences while creating a treatment plan to promote healing.
Dr. McCann is a leading expert on living with and treating Lyme and co-infections. She has been studying the effects for well over a decade, is a member of ILADS, attends educational conferences regularly, continuously updates her arsenal of tools and has helped many patients learn to manage their Lyme and recover from their on-going symptoms. Dr. McCann is also on 2 professional medical boards committed to educating other practitioners about Lyme Disease, mold exposure and environmental toxin exposures and their impact on health.
Dr. McCann is an expert in helping people who have been exposed to mold and mycotoxins. She understands how difficult it can be to manage the symptoms of these exposures, which can include mast cell activation, SIBO, POTS and dysautonomia, chronic fatigue, and neurological problems. She takes a personalized approach with each patient, incorporating treatment methods from experts like Ritchie Shoemaker, Neil Nathan, Joe Brewer, and herself. This approach includes gentle detoxification methods.
She currently serves on 2 professional medical boards that aim to educate professionals and the public about environmental exposures. These boards are The American Academy of Environmental Medicine and the International Society of Environmentally Acquired Illness. She also regularly lectures to medical professionals on Mold and Mycotoxins, and has been interviewed on the Toxic Mold Summit.
This is a partnership and like anything, the work you put into it, is what you will get out of it. In Integrative and Functional medicine, there is no “quick-fix” or “easy remedy”. Success typically is realized when patients have an openness to lifestyle changes, diet adjustments to fuel your body, exercise, nutritional supplementation, and a positive attitude. We firmly believe in the Mind, Body, Spirit connection, as our system is all intertwined. When you focus positive attention on all 3, you can begin to heal and live your fullest life.