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We are up to 261 practitioners recommended by patients!

This is a running list of MTHFR doctors that I had been keeping privately. Practitioners were directly referenced by individuals, but there may be varying degrees of concentration on nutrigenomics.  Also, not everyone listed is a doctor (MD), some are nutritionists or chiropractors  or acupuncturists or NDs (but then the title wouldn’t have been pithy).   There are some that do remote consultation as well.

**We are not making claims about the doctors…this list is “hearsay”, but please leave a comment.**

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63 comments to MTHFR Doctors

  • I would like to be added to this list. I have a large population of MTHFR patients and am working on publishing s study on the clinical connections and protocol outcomes. Feel free to connect with me to learn more.

  • Carolyn Goldman

    I recommend Licensed Acupuncturist Laurie Mecham,L.Ac. M.S.O.M.

    Laurie Mecham is a Diplomate in Oriental Medicine (Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine), certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and licensed in Missouri. She has been practicing Traditional Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine since 2001.

    laurie.mecham@att.net
    The Barn at Lucerne, 930 Kehrs Mill Road Suite 205, Ballwin Missouri 63011

    phone 314-288-9525

    She recommended I get the MTHFR test , I was positive 677TT. Her acupuncture treatments are very powerful.
    I believe this course of treatment is helping me.

  • I’d also like to be added. I have done some radio shows w/ Dr. Armine and Shawn Bean. I have a large population of adults and ASD children as patients who have had SNP testing.
    Paige Adams, FNP-BC, MAPS Fellow
    The Center for Proactive Medicine
    Nashville, TN
    615 331-1973
    http://www.proactivemed.org

    Thanks!

  • I called Dr Gregory Layton’s office in Mesa, AZ and he sees patients if they are pregnant or trying to get pregnant and they have the MTHFR gene mutation. He is an OBGYN/GYN.

  • PJ

    Hi, just letting you know so you can update your list Peter Tunbridge in Australia is located in Adelaide, South Australia and not in Victoria. His website address is: http://www.petertunbridge.com/
    Thanks for putting this together especially for Australians where it is hard to find a doctor/practitioner that knows anything about MTHFR!

  • liz

    not one Dr in the Boston Ma interesting please let me know if one becomes avalible

  • […] have at it and let me know how these practitioners and tests worked out. There are so many practitioners in […]

  • mthfrease

    Liz,

    Have you tried Dr. Cagua-Koo MD in Dorchester?

  • Dakota Karrasch

    I would like to add the doctor I work for to this list. She and I both have MTHFR and are near Austin Texas. Attending another conference this month to learn more! How can I add her? She is a Family Practice doctor but went back to get Functional Medicine Anti Aging certification w /A4M . Currently feels the injections are best treatment . Practice also has IV nutrient injections and HBOT!

  • Melody Hopkins

    Dr. Deborah Viglione in Gulf Breeze, FL tested me for MTHFR and other genetic tests. She is an internal medicine doctor who has found she can help her patients better by genetic testing. Here is her website: http://www.viglionemd.com/

  • Melody Hopkins

    Melody again. Here’s a doctor in Jacksonville, FL someone highly recommended in a MTHFR FB group. Dr. Aylin Ozdemir is a pediatrician and treats people up to the age of 21.

    Here’s her website: http://www.doctorojax.com/

  • mthfrease

    Melody that doctor is already in my list, but keep em coming, thanks!

  • Laura Gray

    The link for Dr Chitra Bhakta is out of date. Here is the new one:

    http://www.ocimc.com/

  • Catherine

    Dr. Sharon Hausman-Cohen of Balcones Woods Family Medicine in Austin started working with my sister’s MTHFR in 2008 and mine in 2009. http://bwfamilymedicine.com/ I highly recommend her.

  • William Epperly, MD
    Advanced Integrative Healthcare
    245 S Gary Ave – Suite 207
    Bloomingdale, IL 60108
    (630) 893-9661

    http://www.drepperly.com/

    Highly recommended by myself and family for MTHFR, thyroid, allergies/sensitivities, and bioidentical hormones but he specializes in much more too, see website. O.

  • mthfrease

    Thank you, added!

  • Gary

    Dr. Randy Naidoo, M.D.

    3600 Shire Blvd, Suite 110Richardson , TX, 75082 USA469-333-1KID

    Is Shine Pediatrics, kids only. Receptionist knew nothing about MTHFR. I am skeptical if they should be on the list.

    I am looking for MTHFR knowledgeable Doctor in Dallas, Texas

  • mthfrease

    Kendall Stewart is also on the list for Dallas.

  • A patient told me about this list, so I came to check it out. Thanks for an awesome site!

    I will do worldwide telephone consultations, and am licensed and practicing in both PA and VA.

    http://drfairchild.blogspot.com/2013/10/mthfr.html

    As of Nov 2013, the VA office address has moved to:
    8303 Arlington Blvd
    Ste 110,
    Fairfax, VA 22031

    My special areas of interest are MTHFR and other genes, as well as thyroid problems.

  • mthfrease

    Thanks, we’ve updated your info

  • Debbie

    Be sure to check out the Doctors before you let them care for you. There is at least one on this list with some questionable history.

  • Larisa

    Catherine, did you have good success with Dr. Hausman-Cohen? I just got diagnosed and was looking for an available physician in the Austin area. Thanks.

  • Caledonia

    To clarify, are these docs versed in just MTHFR or the whole methylation cycle? MTHFR-only docs don’t know what they don’t know and just tend to hand out prescriptions for Deplin – a good way to make patients worse. My preference would be if you listed methylation cycle docs and not MTHFR docs, and made this clear in the description.

  • mthfrease

    These are doctors that individuals said helped them with MTHFR. How far these practictioners went into the entire Methyltation process or how “good” they were at it is unknown.

    We can add a * to say they are methylation docs, but since there is no independent measure of what a methylation doc is or is not, it would again be opinion, one would again have to query the doctor to find out at your own level of detail.

    We could note the opinions however for each doc if people provide it to us.

  • Nancy Shelton

    Nancy Mullan – Not a nice person, and not a great doctor, either. She takes out her anger on her patients (the word “abusive” comes to mind). And her medical knowledge isn’t good, either. If she’s not interested in or able to work with complex medical issues, then why is she doing this type of work? I have yet to speak to one person who’s had a good experience with her.

  • Kristin

    Dr. Daniel Kalb in Franklin, TN isn’t seeing new patients.

  • beth

    Anyone in Oklahoma? I live In Moore, not too close to Texas.. please reply

  • mthfrease

    Beth,

    Contact Dr. Matlock Jeffries at (405) 271-5963, and see if they can refer you. Please let us know what you find!

  • Matlock Jeffries

    Beth,

    I’m Dr. Jeffries (mentioned above). I don’t have experience specifically in MTHFR; however, my research lab focuses extensively on DNA methylation as it relates to rheumatic and autoimmune disease. From what I gather, the only combination of mutations that have been previously shown to be associated with significant changes in global DNA methylation (which can have serious consequences) are the combination of 1298AA/677TT. I don’t know of anyone in the OKC area specifically who sees MTHFR patients, at least not within the Saints or OU Med Ctr. system, although I would certainly recommend talking to our fantastic Genetics folks over in at OU Pediatrics (who also see adult patients occasionally), (https://www.oumedicine.com/pediatrics/department-sections/genetics). If anyone will know of MDs in the area who specialize, they will.

    Hope this helps, good luck!
    Matlock Jeffries MD

    • mthfrease

      Thank you Dr. Jeffries!

    • beth

      Thank you, I contacted your office this morning and was recommended to genetics dept at ou childrens hospital. Feels kind of weird going to a pediatrician but maybe I’ll get answers. I was just told by my obgyn I have c677t. I can tell she doesn’t know much about MTHFR because she was shocked to hear the methylated folate she gave me made me feel like I had the flu. Its Methyl CpG. It contains methyltetrahdrofolic acid 2000mg & b12 1000mg. Anyone with any advice let me know.

      • mthfrease

        I wouldn’t recommend anyone begin with more than 200mcg. By the time you start reading blogs like this, things have been progressing for some time and gentleness is better. If you can tolerate a little bit than you can take a little more until as long as you feel comfortable. Remember that the RDA is up to 800mcg.

        That doesn’t mean some people may not need more, it’s just not a good place to start. Plus your other SNPs could impact how easy it is to handle large amounts of methyl donors.

  • First off, thanks for doing such a great job spreading the word about this important topic to the public and fellow physicians. As background, I have been treating children and adults with acquired and predisposed genetics for 7 years now. Our Michigan wellness center has developed a reputation for helping adults and children with all sorts of metabolic problems related to SNPs abnormalities. We are one of the US clinics who have forged a relationship with FitGenes from Australia and are contributing to their ”Autism Initiative” a government funded research project correlating SNPs with urine and blood chemistry abnormalities. Having now been treating these conditions for several years I can say that many people are tired of self-navigating the complexities of these problems on their own, despite excellent websites like yours, especially when complicated by downstream SNP abnormalities. So we are available to help in Michigan if you’d like to list us!

    Feel free to review our wellness center website (nbwellness.com) and my bio (http://nbwellness.com/staff/tony-l-boggess-do-medical-director/
    ).

    If you’d like to chat with me directly, you can contact me at my office 734-929-2696

    Sincerely,

    Dr. Boggess

  • mthfrease

    There’s a B Complex on the rotating banner on the left of this page. If it’s not immediately visible you may have to click the arrow on the bottom to go to the next page. I take this one daily.

  • Tiffany

    Hi there! this is a great site and I hope I can find some help! I was just diagnosed with MTHFR after OBGYN took a genetic test b/c I am trying to conceive. I have compount heterzygous MTHFR. She told me to take lots of extra folic acid, thats it. I miscarried shortly after. I have tried to speak to them about l-methylfolate, methylcobalamin and Pryridoxal 5 phosphate instead of the SYNTHETIC folic acid but they do not know much about it, therefore, cant advise me on how much to take and so on. I can not find a doctor in the MILWAUKEE area that I can talk to about this. I need help!! Anyone out there know anyone in the Milwaukee area that can help me? Please let me know!

  • mthfrease

    Sage Campione is in Elm Grove.

  • Please help: I need to find either a medical doctor or a psychiatrist, who specializes in testing/treating for MHTFR in or near San Antonio Texas for myself and my children. I am on disability for several reasons and am on Humana Gold Advantage, my children are on blue cross/blue shield. My 18 yr old son (diagnosed at age 6 with ADD/ADHC/Bi-Polar Disorder) was recently tested by our family doctor for MTHFR and was found positive. He was recently put on high blood pressure meds, and his gallbladder in basically non functioning. Test was requested because my sister, who is also bipolar, as well as HER son, was tested by her psychiatrist, who found the gene mutation. He advised he to inform other family members to be tested because it’s hereditary. Sis didn’t explain it very well, she claimed it made only made one more prone to strokes. A concern because our baby brother passed about a year ago at the age of 46 from a massive stroke. So I have been doing a little research on my own, and I am terrified at what I have learned. It has made me want to be tested myself because I recognize so many issues I have had for many years (I am 50 yrs old now) including depression (that never seems to improve), fibromyalgia, Adult ADD/ADHD, anxiety, high blood pressure, miscarriage, headaches, and on and on. I started thinking about our other family members such as our dad passed in 1999 after blood clots found in his legs, led to a massive stroke while undergoing treatment for the clots. Sis also had a son born with spina bifida, an open neural tube defect, and a daughter, in her 20′s who recently was found to have a heart defect that she was born with and was just repaired. It was discovered after she began to experience mini strokes. Our oldest brother was diagnosed in his 20′s as paranoid schizophrenic. My oldest son now in his early 30′s was diagnosed in his 20′s as ADD/Bipolar disorder. Now, in early 30′s, has been having severe problems with high blood pressure, they are still trying to control after trying 5 different meds , plus he experiences extreme anxiety, panic attacks,

  • Rob

    I would like to add Dr. Jess Armine of Drjessarmine.com He has helped me and my family with MTHFR, Mitochondrial and DNA issues/ He works with people in office, or remote consulting via SKYPE and Phone. We have MTHFR, Mito issues, Leaky gut, Histamine, and a few other problems, some are getting better now, so thanks. My dad has COMT CBS MTHFR and histamine too which he is working on.

  • Meg

    I am Robs wife who wrote in below and I cannot stress how different the treatment is for us two! I have Chemical problems and major SNP and MTHFR and Mito dysfunction problems after taking an antibiotic that was WAY too strong. I cannot take anything synthetic, and anything I take that is a supplement, I have to use childrens doses, its important for some to start with baby steps so we do not have shoch or severe detox reaction :) Organic fresh foods, handmade, gluten free etc, w herbs and childrens supplements have helped me the most so far, or 1/4 dose of adults.

  • Bill Clar

    Your search capability appears to be not working. I’ve tried searching for zip code “32773″ on both Firefox and Chrome, within 500 miles, and no results come up.

  • Not having any luck getting the map to work today.

  • Bill Clar

    Works great. Thanks!

  • Kevin Wilson, PA-C

    Please include Smart Wellness Now to your list! We are a wellness practice with a focus on prevention through improved sleep, diet, exercise. MTHFR is a defect you won’t find unless you look for it!

    Smart Wellness Now
    1015 E. 15th Street
    Plano, Texas 75074

    Thanks! Kevin Wilson, PA-C

  • Plz add my doctor to your MTHFR doctors list. She helped my friend a lot.
    Evelyne LLorente, MD
    11180 warner ave, ste 257
    Fountain Valley, CA 92708
    tel. 714-885-8980
    http://Www.drellorente.com

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