DR. ROSEN'S SURVIVING MOLD ILLNESS: A 3-PART SERIES
If you want to know why you, even as a CIRS patient, are not getting better with those expensive medical treatments download our FREE 3-Part Surviving Mold Illness below
Unless the environment you are in (your home) is properly fixed, all the expensive medical treatments to fix the body will fail. Fix the home first and then fix the body and oftentimes the body will then fix itself. And oftentimes with some helpful advice you can fix the home yourself. See our FREE Mold Removal Self-Help Guide below.
View and download Dr. Rosen’s Mold Removal Self-Help Guide entirely for free below.
Hopefully our review/critique is a wake up call and will result in a new, improved updated Surviving Mold Indoor Environmental Professional Panel Consensus Statement that will be put out for Public Peer Review and not only internally reviewed by a small group of Shoemaker advisors.
Why So Many CIRS Patients
Are Not Getting Better Part 2
Problems with Surviving Mold HERTSMI-2
Part 2. Most Assessments Fail and People Stay Sick: We focus on the Shoemaker Professional Panel’s proprietary mold assessment procedure. With particular emphasis on analyzing the proprietary testing method for analyzing mold spores in isolated pockets or surface dust they call HERTSMI-2. Unless the cause/origin, location, and extent of the (often hidden in the AC/ducting) airborne mold problem is precisely determined/assessed it is impossible to restore a home to as new. Fix the home first and then fix the body.
Why So Many CIRS Patients
Are Not Getting Better Part 3
And in Dr. Rosen’s Surviving Mold Illness Part 3, Case Studies of Procedures that Work: We provide Case Studies of procedures for assessment/remediation that are not only proven, widely used, common sense procedures, but also are relatively inexpensive compared to those featured by Shoemaker. You test the indoor air for mold/fragments before remediation to make sure that there is a airborne mold problem… to make sure there is a need for remediation. And if there is, after remediation, prove by post remediation testing of the indoor air, that the remediation was successful and has eliminated all significant airborne mold/fragment exposure.
The Mold Removal Self-Help Guide
Dr. Rosen’s Mold Removal Self-Help Guide. Find the moisture. Find the mold. Remove the mold.
We ask and answer the questions: When can you do it yourself? And when do you need professional help? Mold Removal Self Help Guide is targeted toward advising homeowners how to handle the majority of mold growth problems themselves or perhaps with the help of a handyman. And to aid in determining when or if a mold professional (assessor and/or remediator) should be brought in. You’ve all heard about the horror stories about BAD mold contractors. If a professional mold investigation or professional mold remediation is desired what questions need to be asked? What do you need to know to make sure your money is well spent, and the job is properly done? Read all about it here!