• Where do I go to order your supplements. I have tried to call your office and no one answers the phone. I get a recording that says select 2 to speak with someone and when I select 2 it says that is not a valid option?

  • I suffer from complex PTSD, panic and anxiety disorder, depression, fibromyalgia, raynauds disease, degenerative arthritis, brain fog, sorry term memory loss and thyroid issues as well as low blood pressure 100/60, weight gain, etc… but how am I suppose to get help when you don’t accept insurance and I don’t have money to pay. It’s like everything else only the rich can afford the help. That’s why I’m a guinea pig for all stupid testing they decide to trial on me. Futile.
    I struggle to function.

    • Hi Tracy. I am sorry to hear about your struggles, and your frustration with medical costs. Because Dr. Neville is a naturopathic doctor, and not an MD, he is unable to perform medical coding or diagnose, which is what is required for insurance purposes. It is unfortunate that it is still this way after so many decades of the PANP fighting to have naturopaths recognized more fully, after so many years of citizens disappointed by allopathic medicine, and after the millions of dollars spent nationally (and, in most cases, the thousands of dollars spent by each of us personally) on unnecessary and incorrect diagnoses, prescriptions, and treatments made by mainstream medicine. That being said, we do offer different payment plans to try and help in any way that we can. Wishing you our very best.

  • I’m a Firefighter with PTSD. I have sleeping issues, overweight, no energy to keep me going. I wake up and few minutes later I can go back to sleep and sleep all day. I have allergy issues and have been on a regiment of steroids and antibiotics for over a year. I’m scattered brained all the time. I over think things so much that they become overwhelming and impossible task. So many stressors makes it hard to do anything. I have so many dr bills from surgeries to correct allergies and specialist. I’m at a loss. Can you help?

    • Hi Bruan, I am so sorry that you’ve been going through so much. We’d love to speak with you during a complimentary call with a Patient Coordinator. During this call you will get your questions answered and together see if and how we can help. You may use this link to get started: https://www.healing.org/info/ We look forward to speaking soon!

  • My Chronic Illness Life
    Fatigue is such an understatement, I was working 2 full-time nursing positions at the time my first adrenal crisis hit me, so hard that I woke up one morning and couldn’t even get to my bathroom, I’ve been consuming steroids now just to keep alive but side effects are horrendous
    I’m struggling I’ve been out of my job due to a couple chronic conditions.
    These aren’t curable. I have Addison’s Disease and Chiari Malformation

    You can not always see that I am ill. From the outside I look fine.
    I want to explain the fatigue that comes with being chronically ill.
    Fatigue is not like being tired. When you are tired you simply take a nap and feel recharged when you wake up.
    I do not feel recharged when I wake up from a full nights sleep (if I manage to get a full night at all) let alone feel recharged after a nap.

    Waking up
    Let me explain:
    My energy levels are like a phone battery that does not charge properly. I can sleep a whole night and still feel like I spend the whole night being wide awake. Imagine your phone not charging properly. The connection between the charger and the battery keeps breaking up. You have your phone connected to the charger all night long, but upon waking you find that your phone only charged 50%.
    This is how it is for me:
    There are good days and bad day’s. Let’s say I am having a very good day.
    I have had a solid 8 hours of sleep and I have just woken up. I start the day with half a battery – 50%.
    I open my eyes, get out of bed and get dressed.
    My phone battery is now at 40%, I did not even have breakfast yet. Breakfast and starting the day
    I prepare some food and eat my breakfast, 35% left.
    Now it is time to start the day: take the kids to school, go to work, do housework, whatever I need to do today.
    This takes up the rest of my battery. I am at 1% and is not even lunch time yet.
    Let’s say I am able to take a nap to “recharge”. Many chronic illness fighters are not able to take a nap during the day because they are working or taking care of their children or doing other things preventing them to take a nap. But let’s say it is a good day and you are able to take a nap like me.
    After 2 hours I wake back up, first not realizing where I am or what time it is. When I get back to reality I do feel a little recharged.
    My battery is now at 20% this is all I have left to use for the rest of my day.
    Rest of the dayI start to cook dinner but before I am finished my battery is empty again.
    I still have 3 hours left in my day before I can go to sleep again. I am literally running on an empty battery.
    Finally it is time to go to bed, I am exhausted. I totally overdid it today and insomnia kicks in.
    The next day is not such a good day. I wake up with 30% battery…
    Life while being fatigued
    This is how life for someone with a chronic illness is on a daily basis. You can have days where you wake up with the battery charged for 70% and you can have days that upon waking you feel like you only have 20% for that day.
    Overdoing it one day will take away your energy for the next day. The other way around works too, although to a much less extent. If you know you have a big day coming up and you need energy, you can rest beforehand and make sure you are as charged as you can possibly get before starting your big day. With resting I mean having 2 or 3 complete bedrest days to try and hamster up enough energy to get through the big day ahead. Sleeping for an hour or two do not help at all. Sometimes makes it worse.
    My chronic illness life with Addison’s Disease,

    A. Gray

    • Hi Amanda, I am sorry to hear you are struggling so. Sadly, your story is quite common with our patients. If you’d like to speak with one of our Patient Coordinators, you may do so during a complimentary call. You will get your questions answered, learn what we do here, and together see if and how we can help. You may use this link to get started: https://www.healing.org/info/ Wishing you our very best!

    • Hi Sarah, We may be able to help. We invite you to schedule a complimentary call with a Patient Coordinator to get your questions answered and together see if and how we can help. You may use this link to get started: https://www.healing.org/info/ Sending you our very best!

  • I have Multiple Chemical Sensitivities and I have been referred to you by a friend who is getting help from Dr. Neville.

    • Hi Terri, We look forward to connecting with you! If you have not done so already, you may schedule a complementary call with a Patient Coordinator and get your questions answered. You may use this link to schedule: https://www.healing.org/info/ Wishing you our best 🙂

  • Hello I was interested in making an appointment to talk to the doctor about my thyroid disease. How do I go about making an appointment? Thank you!

    • Hello Amanda, We’d love to speak with you! The first step is to schedule a complementary call with one of our Patient Coordinators. During this call you will get your questions answered and together see if and how we can help. You may use this link to get started: https://www.healing.org/info/ We look forward to speaking with you soon! – Anna

    • Hi Shakeh,

      Our clinic is in Quakertown, PA. Dr. Neville does phone and video appointments for patients all over the world. 🙂

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