❓ Would you ask your building inspectors or remediators to guide your personal mold recovery treatment plan?Do you ask them which lab you should use for diagnosis, which supplement you should take, or whether you should be on antifungals?
No?(or at least I hope that’s your answer!)
Then why ask your doctor to guide your building inspection and remediation?
I don’t know!
Doctors aren’t trained in building inspection, building dynamics, or remediation techniques.
Whereas certified mold inspectors and remediators spend their life’s work on this.
And yet, time and time again, I hear stories where families remained sick because their doctor, who never even saw the home, directed the home testing and remediation plan.
👩🏻⚕️ Doctors do bodies best. That’s our lane. Trust your doctor for your body issues.
🦺 Trust building experts for your building issues, so you can thoroughly break the mold and take back your health.
From my book…
Doctors are for bodies not buildings.
Every house, every building, every school, every hospital, every built space is as individual as a body.
Doctors are really good at body stuff.
I recommend that you work with people that are really good at the building stuff for that part of it.
I’ve heard way too many cases where people had delayed healing or they had a false negative test and thought everything was fine on the mold front and it ended up being mold years and years later after we’ve had some bad diagnosis.
So I recommend use the experts. They can save you in time, expense, insurance costs. They can be your advocate, help you get a good remediation. Inspectors are a wonderful part of your mold fighting team, not your doctor.
So many doctors try to navigate this without even seeing the building. That’s not their role. Doctors are really good at bodies so they can help you break the mold and take back your health!
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