Dr Fried performs services on a variety of conditions all of which can be treated individually by DNA testing. Services include Panic attacks, anxiety, depression, bipolar, obesity, overweight, autoimmune conditions as Crohn’s, colitis, celiac, thyroid, multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis. He also treats, Lyme, Bartonella, Mycoplasma infections as well as allergies, histamine problems, attention deficit, autism, anorexia, bulimia, food eating issues, immune system problems, SIBO, bloating, constipation, diarrhea,bloating, irritable bowel, yeast overgrowth, chronic fatigue, brain fog, memory problems, concentration problems, substance abuse and addictions.
If you have one autoimmune disease such as thyroiditis, an evaluation should be done for other autoimmune diseases. For example, people with diabetes are at higher risk for celiac disease and should be screened for this condition. One autoimmune condition may predispose you to others and its wise to have your physician perform additional testing for other autoimmune diseases. for more information go to
I recently saw a patient with a history of Lyme disease and and a bullseye rash. He had it 4 years ago and was treated with antibiotics. He came to me because of nausea, diarrhea, belly cramps. Many people are unaware that when you are bit by a tic, you can now get a number of other infections such as bartonella ( the bacteria that causes cat scratch fever) and mycoplasma species ( cause of chronic fatigue ), Anaplasma, and babesia ( a parasite). Its not just lyme alone, which makes the picture of what is going on very complicated. Sometimes the labs dont confirm what you suspect and the physician has to go based on symptoms.
Lyme is called the great imitator cause it may mimic over 300 other diseases including, crohn’s, celiac, thyroiditis, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis and lupus ( just to name a few). Bartonella also causes enlarged lymph nodes and may mimic appendicitis. These infections may be associated with a rash which resembles stretch marks but occurs in areas where stretch marks dont occur.
My patient had a thorough evaluation by two other Gastro specialist as well as MRI of the brain, While there was no evidence of inflammation, or active infection, these infections often cause the immune system to be activated and chemical from the immune system can affect the body in different ways. I believe in this case, his brain was affecting his gut, causing cramps and diarrhea and vomiting. His endoscopy and colonoscopy were entirely normal, ruling out other causes of nausea vomiting and diarrhea.
Another point to make is– people can get bit more than once with a tic. There are different species of infections carried by tics. One treatment and success doesnt preclude getting bit again and new symptoms or recurring symptoms. Seek out a health professional who will listen to you, believe what you are telling you, who wont dismiss you and has the persistance to pursue and refer if he doesnt know what is going on.