“How can I find out if I have a MTHFR mutation?”
Contact your physician and ask for a MTHFR Genetic Test. Make sure it includes the 677 and 1298 forms of the MTHFR gene. There are some labs that only test for the 677.

If your physician will not order the test for you, you may order the MTHFR Genetic Test from me.  The MTHFR Genetic Test costs $150 and is not covered by insurance if ordered through me. This is why it is best to ask your physician first.

“Can you diagnose me with MTHFR mutations?”
No. I cannot diagnose, treat or prescribe. However, I can provide information, resources, and tools you may benefit from in order to improve your health.

“Can I call you directly about MTHFR?”
I keep my phone number private to protect my time. It would ring off the hook if I published it. Should you need assistance with anything, please do call 1-800-547-9812 and speak with one of my company’s customer support team members.

“Do you do group consultations for those with MTHFR mutations?”
Yes. I prefer to do these actually as it is more cost-effective for people and I can help more people at once. Do schedule a phone consult and I’ll talk with you all then!

“Do you do lectures on MTHFR?”
Yes. Contact me for details.

Lectures are to be a minimum length of 1 hour and to a minimum audience of 20 people. Location does not matter and may be anywhere in the world.

Lecture fees depends on the group, topic at hand and location. Please contact me for details.

I am available to speak at no-cost to non-profit groups as long as my expenses are paid for in full. I do not need fancy lodging or expensive meals. A place to rest my head and obtain healthy food are all I need.

“Do you have seminars on MTHFR?”
I am planning a seminar in Winter 2012 around the topic of MTHFR and frequent genetic mutations. The location is TBA along with specific details.

“Do you have any programs on MTHFR?”
I have many programs in development. The first program to launch will be for those with MTHFR or desiring to learn about MTHFR mutations. This program will be available online as a video program and be quite affordable as I want many to learn about the seriousness of MTHFR mutations. Stay tuned for this program as I plan to launch it November 1, 2011.

“Do you practice?”
I do not have an ‘official’ practice site as I do not want to get caught up in the standard medical model of collecting insurance and being controlled how I practice via insurance company requirements.

I also do not have a standard practice as it is my goal to help 10,000’s of people a day via online programs, seminars, lectures and books. If I maintain an active practice, there is no way I can successfully maintain both.

“Can I see you or make an appointment to come to see you about MTHFR?”
There is no need. We can get a lot accomplished online via video, podcasts, online programs, lectures, books and seminars. I am happy to refer you to a highly respected colleague of mine or to a medical association that I trust.

“Do you accept insurance?”
No. I do not accept insurance.

“May I order other laboratory testing through you?”
Yes. However, I do not accept insurance. Payment of the laboratory test is paid directly to the lab. On the lab paperwork, you simply fill out your payment method and then send in your sample.

If you have insurance, I highly recommend you obtain the lab testing through your health provider.

If you’d like my opinion on the laboratory testing, you may schedule a consult.

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