February 29, 2020 – Dr Randall Feuer MD
LOCATION CHANGE!!! HURST LIBRARY 901 PRECINCT ROAD HURST, TX 76053
02/29/2020 to 02/29/2020
10:45am - 12:30pm
SPEAKER: Dr Randall Feuer MD FACILITATORS: Sharon Schwans & Rachel Slossen
Dr. Feuer trained under our Dallas-Fort Worth area Dr. Wilson on how to treat Lyme patients. Dr. Feuer is Dr. Wilson’s predecessor and has taken on Dr. Wilson’s former patients after his retirement.
Dr. Ronald Wilson’s practiced out of Denton, TX, and had been treating those with chronic and disseminated Lyme Disease and coinfections since 2004. Lyme disease had a devastating effect on his family. Because of this, he has committed himself to improved treatment for those who suffer with Lyme disease. To that end, he has attended every Ilads Conference since 2004, workshops, and has had to pleasure of participating in two preceptorships with recognized experts in the diagnosis and treatment of tickborne diseases. When he retired, he trained Dr. Randall Feuer to continue the mission of treating those suffering in Lyme.
“This has come at no small cost to me and my patients via the auspices of the Texas Medical Board. I retired in 2010 from my OB/GYN and Lyme practice. However, it was obvious that the need for clinicians was too great to ignore. So after the TMB took the asterisk off my license, I have returned to diagnose and treat patients for as long as I am allowed.”-Dr. Ronald Wilson.
I am Dr. Randall Feuer, a board-certified Obstetrician/Gynecologist. I have been in practice in the Kingwood/Humble area for 25 years, and have taken on Dr. Wilson’s patients and continue to treat them under Dr. Wilson’s guidance.
“I’m excited about the opportunity to share my knowledge of tick-borne diseases with you and others at the North Texas Lyme Disease Support Group on February 29th. I am planning to discuss advances in treatment such as new Bartonella protocols that incorporate drugs for stationary dormant Bartonellosis, novel persister drugs DSF and Dapsone which promise prolonged remissions from Lyme Disease.