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Tuesday July 22nd 2014


Patients Doctors

Below is a list of doctors recommended by thyroid patients. Dear Thyroid doesn’t endorse doctors, we leave that to thyroid patient advocates such as Mary Shomon, among others. However, patients with thyroid diseases and thyroid cancers have wonderful doctors. Because patients know what they seek treatment wise, we wanted an opportunity to share doctors that other patients have seen and endorse.

If you have a recommended provider that you’d like to see on this website, please post your doctor in comments (below) with their information and a blurb about why you enjoy working with that doctor.


Name: Dr. Bruce Sabin
Address: 1790 Presidential Circle Suite C
City/State: Snellville, GA 30078
Phone Number: 770-979-8022
Website: Dr. Sabin


Name: Insight Family Health Center
Address: 3175 Wrightsville Ave.
Location: Wilmington, NC 28403
Number: (910)763-1960
Fax: (910)763-1961
Email: info@insightfhc.com
Website: Insight Family Health Center

From the patient: “I see Kathy Mann, FNP.   She’s awesome & will work with you.   If she doesn’t know, she is not afraid to refer to ENT or Endocrine that embrace holistic medicine as well.   It is a practice of Nurse Practitioners & one Physician Assistant.   They focus on wellness, hormones, and weight loss.   They take most insurance as well which is always a plus!”


Doctor: Patricia Elliott ND
Specialty: Chronic Illness Specialist
Location: Bellingham, WA
Phone Number: 360-647-0228
Website: Elliot Health Care

From the patient: “I cannot imagine the road I would be on if I had not seen her. If I hadn’t found out about insulin resistance. I am feeling pretty darn good most of the time.


Name: Dr. Cindy Willbrand & Dr. Christian Wessling
Phone: 314-961-6631
Fax: 314-961-4796
emergency answering service for after hours emergencies:
Email: office@WebsterFP.com
Address: 7979 Big Bend
Location: Webster Groves, MO,   63119
Website: Webster Family Physicians, P.C.

From the patient: “Cindy Willbrand of Webster Family Physicians is wonderful. Also Dr. Christian Wessling there is up to date on thyroid protocols and natural thyroid hormone.”

Doctor: Robin Kundra
Address: 114 North Taylor
Location: St. Louis, MO,   63108
Phone: 314-534-8600
Fax: 314-652-8138
Website: Grant Medical Clinic

From the patient: “Dr. Kundra is a published,   Washington University trained doctor with priveleges at Barnes-Jewish. She is also well informed about the role of reverse t3, and has prescribed Cytomel…she’s more expensive, however, but I have to say she’s the best allopathic doctor I’ve ever had, and I’ve had a bunch before being diagnosed with multiple autoimmune diseases.

Name: Dr. Susan Wang
Address: 60 Washington Ave
Location: Hamden, Ct. 06518
Phone 203 248 4362
No Website: Patient Grades

From the patient: “Listens well, explains things well, willing to try something a bit different, and also to explore the idea that if we can’t blame the thyroid for everything, then we should be figuring out what is to blame rather than just shrugging it off.  What I really liked is that she finally said that not all her patients are the same. Also told me to experiment carefully with my medication a bit and see if it helped. I felt that she and I had a partnership in trying to help me get even more better, rather than contenting herself with getting rid of the worst symptoms.

She has an associate, Dr. Lang. I have never met him but know one of his patients and also have spoken with others about him. They think very highly of him. I can’t give my own opinion.  Same phone and address.”

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103 Responses to “Patients Doctors”

  1. Stephanie says:

    Can anyone recommend a good Endocrinologist in the Kansas City area that is willing to test ALL of the thyroid hormones and is willing to prescribe desiccated thyroid as an alternative to T4 only medications? I’m hypo and my PCP is not listening to me and is only going by my TSH levels and not my symptoms. I’m so desperate to find out what is going on with my thyroid and I’m tired of playing the wait-and-see game with doctors. Thanks. :)

  2. Sarah S says:

    Thanks for sharing Teresa. I’ve seen Schade too and I wasn’t too happy either. I’m fairly stable myself so I have the luxury of being leisurely about trying to find a good doc, knock on wood I stay that way until I find a good doc. Please let me know when you decide on the support group here in ABQ love to hear others experiences in the city.

  3. Leslie Payne says:

    I am trying to find a caring doctor in the east texas area. I don’t really want to pick an endocrinologist willy nilly out of the phonebook. Thanks.

  4. Angela says:

    I am looking for an Endocrinologist that is willing to listen to my inner knowing, and work with me specifically on what will work for me. This for me is usually a balance of medical and alternative therapies. I have not had success with Doctors who treat the 90% population symptoms. I am very sensitive, and would like to get treatment for my specific needs and not be told I must be depressed. I live in La Crosse, WI. Does anyone have any recommendations on how to find the Doctor that will work in harmony with me?

  5. RaVen says:

    Living in Colorado, I got fed up with lack of honest local thyroid expert doctors who would not help me with my Hashimoto’s thyroiditis and instead found a chiropractor from YouTube channel who studied from Dr K’s protocol.
    Dr Rommel Geronimo is from California and will give phone consultations for long distance patients and make you take a lot of high quality tests, follow a specific diet, and then after check ing your test results, provide you certain supplements. He does not accept insurance, but the money I put in was truly worth it. I have my life back now.
    I still have to take it easy because after feeling so sick for so long and exhausted, when I feel a surge of energy, which is more precious than gold, I want to conquer the world! :)

    In 6 months, I was finally pain free after he eliminated parasites, pin pointed my allergies or food sensitivities, and got my inflammation under control from a supplement that I cannot live without. Three years later, I still order supplements from his website’s store – so combined with my family doctor who accepts his advices — I have two doctors following my preferred health care approach. I now can work part time with an understanding company who is aware if I ever get a flare up, I can make up work on weekends.
    There is a way – you just have to keep hunting for the right cooperative doctors who is there for you and works with you, even if it means being out of state, with technology (emails, phone, faxes, mail), there is a loophole after all. Here is Rommel’s site: http://www.fecsd.com/

    Tell him that RaVen referred you to him! Best health to you all!
    RaVen Sequoia
    Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis Survivor

  6. brenda says:

    Does anyone in the Cleveland, Ohio area know of a doctor who prescribes armour thyroid?

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