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Post  Aflatoon on Wed Dec 22, 2010 2:02 am

The treatment of Wilson's Temperature Syndrome with T3 is now standard of care medicine.

A WTS staff physician is available by appointment to answer any specific questions about the WT3 protocol (here are some basic guidelines) or WTSmed Supplements. This service is available to health care practitioners only who can call 800-420-5801 to make an appointment.

To save your patients time and shipping, you can also call that same number to get WTSmed Supplements (our herbal supplements) at wholesale prices so that patients can get them conveniently at your office. Or if you prefer you can fax your order to 800-621-1878.

Many Doctors find our Patient books to be very helpful in introducing and orienting patients to Wilson's Temperature Syndrome. And the Doctor's Manuals are also great for helping patients to really understand their treatment (cutting down on questions and misunderstandings, while increasing results due to improved compliance). Both are available at a volume discount in case you'd like to have them available at your office. Here's a handy Patient Orientation Sheet as well.

Also, patients are always asking us if we know of doctors in their areas that would be willing to treat them for Wilson's Temperature Syndrome. WTS is a lot of fun to treat because of how much difference it can make in the lives of patients, families, and their careers. Making a big difference in the lives of extremely appreciative patients is probably what doctors like best about being doctors. But that may not happen as often as most doctors would like. That's what's so fun about treating WTS.

Low thyroid problems (like primary and secondary hypothyroidism) are famous for causing devastating symptoms (like myxedema) and responding dramatically well to proper thyroid treatment, and WTS is no exception. Few things can make people sicker and respond more dramatically to treatment like low thyroid problems such as WTS.

On top of that, unlike every other known low thyroid problem, WTS is reversible! There are a lot of patients that would be eternally grateful to you for treating them for WTS, and eliminating their symptoms when so many other doctors haven't, couldn't, or wouldn't.

The best part of the practice of medicine is effecting a persistent cure in patients suffering from debilitating chronic ailments. And that's easier, more often possible, and more dramatic in the treatment of WTS than any other condition we can think of.

It's just a little bit of the right kind of thyroid medicine given in the right way, to see what happens. There's nothing like doing it to see it, and seeing is believing. Wouldn't it be interesting to just try it in a few patients to see if it works the way Dr. Wilson and others say it does? If you sign up as a treating physician you'll have plenty of patients to work with that are anxious to "try and see," as well. But we presume every treating physician would agree that you should read the Doctor's Manual completely first.

Best Regards and Many Thanks!

Aflatoon

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