Inclusion on this list is not an endorsement or recommendation of any of the health care professionals. Please call the offices directly for up-to-date information on hours, prices, treatment protocols and insurance.


Dr. Sultana Afrooz (MD, Alternative- Adults & Children) Columbia, MD 410-730-1074

Dr. Paul Beals (Family Medicine) Stevensville, MD 410-604-6344

Dr. Richard Berg (MD) Baltimore, MD 410-585-2860

Grace Choe (L. Ac) Highland, MD 301-854-9095

Kayleen W. Clute (Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Children) Severna Park, MD 202-714-2417

Dr. Samuel Charles (Chiropractic Neurologist, Adults & Children) Elkton, MD 410-398-2108

Marissa Cubillos (OTR/L, ACE CPT- Neurorehabilitation/Chronic Disease Management) In Home Services, Maryland 410-709-8390

Dr. Norton Fishman (Internal Medicine) Rockville, MD 301-330-9430 (CHANGED LOCATIONS- CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA 434-260-3777

Dr. Autumn Frandsen (ND) Frederick, MD. & DC 202-237-7000

Dr. Charles Haile (Infectious Diseases) Towson, MD 410-337-7097

Jamiel Hafiz (PA-C, L.Ac) Columbia, MD 410-730-1074

Dr. Robert Hedaya (MD, DLFAPA- Psychiatry, Functional Medicine) Rockville, MD 240-338-2000

Dr. Daniel Jaller (Primary Care) Rockville, MD 301-528-7111

Brian D. Jones (M.Ed, Naturopath) Salisbury, MD 410-334-6961

Katherine Lambert (Integrative, Yoga, Reikki) North Bethesda, MD 240-221-0000

Tammy Jett-Parmer Columbia, MD 410-730-1074

Greg Lee (L.Ac) Frederick, MD 301-228-3764

Dr. Janelle Love (MD & Autism) Arnold, MD 410-544-8141

Dr. Elizabeth Lucas (Internist) Timonium, MD 410-823-3101

Dr. Harpal Mangat (Family Practice) Clarksburg, MD 301-515-3333

Cheryl McKee (CBNS- Nutrition, Integrative) North Bethesda, MD 240-221-0000

Dr. Hope McIntyre (Board Certified Family Practice- Adults & Children) Mt. Airy, MD 301-703-8872

Tracey Middleton (LCSW-C) Pasadena, MD 443-486-0443 (Offers Phone & Skype Services- Nationally and Internationally)

Dr. Robert Mozayani (Internal, Rheumatology) North Bethesda, MD 240-221-0441

Charlene Marie Muhammed (M.S., Clinical Herbalist) Highland, MD 301-854-9095

Dr. Rafik Aboul-Nasr (Primary Care) Calvert County, MD Deceased Article Here

Smita Patel (R. Ph. & Ayurvedic) Highland, MD 301-854-9095

Tammy Jett-Parmer (PA-C) Columbia, MD 410-730-1074

Dr. Jennifer Rabenhorst (Family, Adults & Children L.Ac) Columbia, MD 410-730-1074

Beth Renne (Integrative NP) North Bethesda, MD 240-221-0000

Dr. Lauren Richter (DO, M.Ac Adults & Children) Columbia, MD 410-730-1074

Pamela Sabatiuk (Massage Therapist) Highland, MD 301-854-9095

Dr. Letitia W. Short (Integrated Medicine, Adults & Children) Towson, MD 410-337-2707

Dr. Eric Singman (Neuro-opthalmologist) Baltimore, MD 410-923-9200

Dr. Mark Sivieri (MD) Annapolis 443-951-9300 & Columbia MD 410-312-5280

Hunter Thompson (L.Ac) Columbia, MD 410-730-1074

Debbie Ulrich (CEnKP1, C.N.H.P, C.S.N. Adults, Children- TBD, Morgellons, Mold) Severna Park, MD 410-868-7407

Dr. William Vickers (Anesthesiology) Annapolis, MD Email-

Dr. Alan Vinitsky (Internal Medicine, Pediatrics) Gaithersburg, MD 301-840-0002

Karen Walters (Family NP) North Bethesda, MD 240-221-0000

Dr. Julia Wen (Cardiology) Baltimore, MD 410-585-2830

Dr. Kalvin Wiley (Internal Medicine) Towson, MD 410-296-3737


*** Due to the high number of complaints from

Lyme patients and their families, we do not recommend any

Johns Hopkins doctors when dealing with a

Lyme diagnosis or treatment.***

NOTE- The treatment guidelines Johns Hopkins' doctors follow (Infectious Disease Society of America- IDSA) were published in 2000, slightly updated in 2006 (minor changes), and are currently 13 years old.

These old guidelines do not utilize any of the current science or studies generated over the past decade. They were removed from the National Guideline Clearinghouse, however, they continue to be promoted at Johns Hopkins. An investigation by the CT Attorney General found the guideline authors (some from Johns Hopkins) to be riddled with conflicts of interest.

AG Blumenthal stated...

"The IDSA's 2006 Lyme disease guideline panel undercut its credibility by allowing individuals with financial interests -- in drug companies, Lyme disease diagnostic tests, patents and consulting arrangements with insurance companies -- to exclude divergent medical evidence and opinion."

[To make matters worse, some of the Hopkins doctors have actively participated in attacking Lyme patients, LLMD's, speciality labs, etc. in journal, blog and news articles in an attempt to deny the existence of chronic Lyme disease and prevent patients from being treated.]


Think Hopkins Doctors Wouldn't Treat Lyme Patients Badly? Think Again!

QUOTE- “A federal judge in Maryland said The Johns Hopkins University, Bristol-Myers Squibb Co (BMY.N) and the Rockefeller Foundation must face a $1 billion lawsuit over their roles in a 1940s U.S. government experiment that infected hundreds of Guatemalans with syphilis. ... “We [Hopkins] respect the legal process, and we will continue to vigorously defend the lawsuit.” Source


Dr. Jeffery Gaber- Pikesville, MD

Quote- "Specializing in medical evaluations and treatment for automobile accidents and worker’s compensation injuries." Offers free parking, but only for "Medical Legal Patients". (?)

Performs IME appointments for insurers (Independent Medical Exams) for conditions that are not within his speciality and he doesn't treat (chronic Lyme disease) with the expected poor outcome for patients.


John Meyerhoff- Maryland Rheumatologist- Sinai Hospital of Baltimore

Quote- “We often have patients sent to us because their doctors are concerned they may have serious diseases, which I get to tell them they don’t have.”

Meyerhoff- Rheumatology- 2 minute video

Quote- "Response to treatment is usually slow and may be incomplete. Retreatment is not recommended..." Link Here


Syed S, Hosain- Westminster, MD

Co-Authored CDC Report To Convince Doctors Treating Chronic Lyme Disease Is Dangerous- June 2017

Serious Bacterial Infections Acquired During Treatment of Patients Given a Diagnosis of Chronic Lyme Disease


Dr. Joseph Weidner

Stone Run Family Medicine

101 Colonial Way, Suite A

Rising Sun, MD 21911-2272

QUOTE- "A civil jury awarded more than $1.7 million Monday to a Port Deposit teen who suffers long-term health problems because local physicians failed to diagnose his Lyme disease. This is believed to be the highest award of damages in Cecil County history, according to veteran lawyers and court officials." Source

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