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healing-center

No One’s Taken You Seriously…
But We Will.

Nestled in the quiet countryside of Quakertown, Pennsylvania, the Clymer Healing Center stands as the physical embodiment of an almost half-century commitment to provide recovery and care for patients with Adrenal Fatigue.

Clymer Healing Center has helped:

  • 12,000+ Patients
  • In 52 Countries
  • On 6 Continents
  • For 47 Years

No one can claim this track record or experience.

This vast experience continues to refine further and confirm the effectiveness of our unique Adrenal Fatigue healing protocol.

In the video below, Dr. Neville shares his personal reflections on the health battles that led him to Clymer.

We can help … no matter where you are.

Our patients are nationally and internationally based; if you are within traveling distance, however, a visit to our friendly clinic can provide welcome respite from impersonal hospital environments and doctors’ offices.

In over 300,000 patient interactions in 52 countries since 1969, we’ve learned a great deal about how to care for patients with Adrenal Fatigue and how to do it successfully … even from afar. Every day, Dr. Neville has consultations with patients in one of three ways:

  • SKYPE
  • PHONE
  • IN PERSON

If you know (or strongly suspect) your adrenals are the real source of health problems that only seem to be getting worse and more debilitating, we’re so happy you found us.

Have you seen a parade of doctors and specialists?

Have you endured countless tests?

Yet still, today, no one seems to know what’s wrong or how to help you?

It’s exhausting… mentally draining… and it forces you to live inside a whirlwind of stress and anxiety. You never seem to be able to find relief.

What’s at the root of your debilitating fatigue? … Thyroid disorders? … Severe menopausal symptoms? … Anxiety? … Multiple Chemical Sensitivities? … Insomnia?

These articles are a good first step on your path to education and healing:

None of this is your fault.

If this sounds all too familiar, we have one important message for you: It’s not “all in your head.”

Many of our patients find us after having been mistreated and mishandled by the mainstream medical establishment. In contrast, the staff at Clymer Healing Center knows you are suffering with a very real and serious condition that makes daily life incredibly difficult.

Our singular study of this condition has concluded that unless you heal your Adrenal Fatigue, true and lasting relief is impossible. When you finally do address the root cause of your symptoms, however, life can improve.

Even if it seems unattainable to you right now, you truly can get your life back and start to live again.

Get Your Life Back! Reach Out To Us.

31 Comments

  • I have been suffering from Insomnia for 4 years. I know suffer from anxiety as well. I need help.

    • Hello Mita. The first step to learning more about what we do is to complete our application. Then we’ll set up a call with you to discuss our services and determine if we’re a good fit for one another. We look forward to connecting with you soon! – Michele :)

      http://www.healing.org/apply/

    • Hi Colleen, I would suggest that treating your adrenals is even more important if you have no ovaries. It is not well-known, but your adrenals actually produce all of your ovarian hormones: progesterone, testosterone and then estrogen. This redundancy is interesting and suggests that your adrenals offer some support to your ovarian hormone production. It also suggests that adrenal dysfunction can compromise this ovarian support which I find to be invariably true. I have had many, many female patients, with or without ovaries, benefit significantly from treatment of their adrenal dysfunction. So… if you are dealing with symptoms of adrenal dysfunction it makes sense to get this checked out. – Dr. Neville

  • My daughter is having thyroid problems wounder if it could be her adrenal ? How can we get her checked ..she’s 20 yr an she said mom I just want to know what’s wrong with my body .??

    • Thanks for your question, Lisa. Thyroid symptoms are absolutely rooted in Adrenal Dysfunction. Unfortunately most doctors don’t understand that very important connection and therefore are unable to offer much help. Dr. Neville will “connect the dots” for you and your daughter and help her to heal the underlying cause of her frustrating symptoms. You can read more about the connection here: http://www.healing.org/symptoms/thyroid/

      Please reach out to us if you’d like to consult with Dr. Neville.

      -Germaine

  • I have hypothyroidism and I can sleep for hrs and still feel tired I have no energy and have been in synthroyd for many yrs, I am so tired of feeling like this.

    • Hi Lacie, sorry to hear that you’re suffering. It is likely that your thyroid isn’t the main problem. You’ve got to get your adrenals checked and then fixed for your thyroid (and energy) to have a chance. We’re happy to help. -Dr. Neville

  • Have you ever had anyone that had high thyroid antibodies and keep getting hives? I have been diagnosed with hosimoto and am taking 25 mcg of synthroid but keep getting hives. Is there anyway you can fix this?

    • Hi Penny. Unfortunately hives are incredibly common in patients with adrenal dysfunction, so I see hives all the time. Hives are a result of histamine from mast cells which is a part of your immune system. Adrenal Dysfunction compromises the immune system, which is why so many of my patients deal with hives, and allergy in general. Adrenal Dysfunction also compromises one’s thyroid gland function. I believe the combined suppression of the thyroid and the immune system creates Hashimoto’s, which is why I also see this in my practice regularly. So I would suggest that there is a common underlying cause of both your hives and your autoimmune thyroid dysfunction: adrenal dysfunction. I hope this helps. – Dr. Neville

  • I was being treated for adrenal fatigue for years on a low hydrocortisone dose and doing well. Then a couple of years ago the pharmacy messed up when they filled my Rx and gave me a way to high dosage. Now I am completely dependent on this medication. Can not seem to figure where my dosage should be. I’ve ended up in adrenal crisis several times, can’t seem to get on top of it. Do you help people with Addison’s Disease?

    • Hello Anne, your situation is all too familiar to me; I hear stories like yours on a regular basis. First off, I’m not sure that from your brief description that you truly have Addison’s disease. It may simply be that your system is suppressed, but with proper guidance and care you can be weaned off of hydrocortisone and that your adrenals can rebound. Even if you did have Addison’s, your treatment needs to be more comprehensive and rounded out than simply being on steroid replacement. As you know now, this stress response system is incredibly dynamic and sensitive, and every effort should be made to nurse it back to balance. All my best. -Dr. Neville

  • Hello, I have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome as a result of contracting the Epstein Barr virus in 2004. I have tried multiple doctors, treatments, and holistic care. I suffer with it everyday, and if anything, it is getting worse. What kind of treatments do you do for CFS?

    Thank you,
    Jennifer

  • I am from CT. I am 32 just had my 2nd child. I feel like I am wearing a cloak of fatigue. I’ve been suffering for years. Its getting unbearable. I find myself crying over this often maybe in the shower so no one sees me. What can I do ?

    • We understand how incredibly devastating the fatigue can be. Dr. Neville helps you to heal the underlying cause by balancing out your entire stress response system. Don’t give up hope-and please reach out if you need our help :) -Germaine

  • Hello Dr. Neville, I struggle with severe pain all over. I’ve been treated for years for Fibromyalgia. I am very obese. My cortisol is low but thyroid fine. Recently had a nodule the size of my right thyroid taken out. Nodule out of my noise. I feel like some one is sitting on my chest most of the time. Back always hurts and legs and hips. Migraines 2-3x a week. I had Botox treatment for it which left my neck with a painful burning since Feb. 2016. I am taking PropranoloI 10mg. 2x a day for the migraines. I am on Gabapentin (2400mg), Lyrica (150), Cymbalta (150mg), Hydrocodone (10) every 4-6hrs. as needed. Prochlorpromazine 10mg as needed for nausea and probiotic 25 billion -10 strain. I had a gastric bypass 8 years ago and lost 100 lbs. but when I started taking medicine for my painful body my weight went up to 298 and I have been struggling to get it back to where I was at 225. Currently today I am 263 @ 5’9″. For weight loss I take Phentermine 15 mg. 2x, Topiramate 25mg.1x morning 2xafternoon. Most days I move around. To work or be physical I must take a pain pill to do so. 10 days out of 30 I can’t get out of bed without pain medicine. I have a low cortisol count. I sleep 50/50. Can you help?

    • I’m sorry to hear you are struggling. It’s very likely all of your frustating and debilitating symptoms are rooted in Adrenal Dysfunction. When the stress response system is chronically out of balance, it suppresses immune, thyroid, reproductive and digestive functions. We wish you all the best in you search for answers :) -Jennifer

    • It’s very possible that hidden food allergies are contributing to your acid reflux. Conventional docs miss these “low-level” allergies all the time. They consider these reactions inconsequential, but I can assure you that when you are properly assessed and treated, the reflux goes away. All my best- Dr. Neville

  • I have been diagnosed with RA, Sjogren’s and Fibro but am also experiencing worsening exhaustion and flu like symptoms. I definitely have a lot of the symptoms of adrenal fatigue, do you work with people who see multiple specialists for multiple issues?

    • Your conglomeration of conditions, diagnosis, and symptoms assure me of your underlying adrenal dysfunction. I have never seen a patient with autoimmune disease, RA, Sjogren’s, FM, not have adrenal dysfunction as THE main underlying cause. It doesn’t matter how long you’ve had these conditions, you must get the adrenal dysfunction under control and then these conditions can improve. -Dr. Andrew Neville, ND

  • I have EBV and Hashimoto’s. I have been working with a DO doctor with lots of supplements and healthy diet. I had to stop working because my tolerance to any type of stress is so low and triggers all kind of awful symptoms including heart arrhythmia that scares me the most. I have swelling over my collarbones that does not want to go away. Today I’m getting a CT scan to check it out. Frustrating.

    • Because EBV and Hashimoto’s are rooted in Adrenal Dysfunction, it’s imperative that you work to heal your entire stress response system. When done properly, you should expect symptoms to improve and you can get your life back. We’re here if you need Dr. Neville’s guidance. :) – Germaine

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