Treatment

Guest Blog: Dr. Lucinda Bateman on the Discussion Surrounding the IOM Report

February 27, 2015

Lucinda Bateman, MD, specializes in the diagnosis and management of unexplained chronic fatigue, ME/CFS and fibromyalgia. Having served on the IOM committee that produced the recent report, Beyond ME/CFS: Redefining an Illness, she brings an in-depth, well-informed opinion to the conversation surrounding the IOM report on ME/CFS, the new diagnostic criteria and the proposed name, Systemic Exertion Intolerance Disease (SEID). READ MORE…

Pearls of Wisdom from a CFS Physician, part 3

February 13, 2015

In this third and final installment of our 3-part blog series, Pearls of Wisdom from an ME/CFS Physician, Dr Lucinda Bateman speaks to the importance of diagnosing and treating comorbid conditions. READ MORE…

Pearls of Wisdom from an ME/CFS Physician, part 2

February 10, 2015

Pearls of Wisdom from an ME/CFS Physician, Part 2: Dr. Bateman brings you more of her best advice on the treatment of ME/CFS. In this installment, she discussed pain control and physical pacing. READ MORE…

Pearls of Wisdom from an ME/CFS Physician, part 1

February 9, 2015

Pearls of Wisdom Part 1 – In this 3-part blog series, Dr. Bateman brings you some of her best advice on the treatment of ME/CFS, honed by her many years of caring for thousands of ME/CFS patients through the years…

Research Digest – December 2014: 10 Important Advances in ME/CFS

December 12, 2014

While progress is still far too slow, there have been many recent interesting and important discoveries in ME/CFS. In this year-end blog post, Dr. Vernon and Dr. Komaroff summarize what they regard as the most important recent advances in our field. READ MORE…

Guest Blog: Dr. Peter Rowe – Is The Physical Examination Normal in CFS? Part 1

September 5, 2014

The first in a series of blog posts from Dr. Peter Rowe of Johns Hopkins University entitled “Is the physical exam in CFS normal?” Read Part 1 of the series – We are certain that this information will be of great value to both you and your doctor and will clearly illustrate the value of a true physical examination in ME/CFS.

Guest Blog: Mark A. Demitrack, MD, FAPA – Neurobiology of ME/CFS

July 17, 2014

Far too often, ME/CFS patients are met with healthcare providers who do not believe in the biological nature of the disease. In this guest blog post, Mark Demitrack, MD, FAPA describes how for a long time he has advocated for and used an integrated approach to understand how the brain is involved in the biology of ME/CFS. READ MORE…