Hi all, I'm seeking a top CFS specialist to help me get out of a long relapse and help me heal from 13 years of relapsing and semi remission with ME/CFS. A friend of mine with CFS who has after many years of treatment and dietary discipline reached 90% functioning is convinced Guyer was essential for her success. How about you? What do you think of him? He's got a good reputation, and he's expensive. There's an interview on prohealth with him that was impressive. I'm seeking a medical detective and really open minded doctor who sees the whole patient and takes everything this illness effects into account (adrenals, digestion, detox, thyroid, and more) specific case and come up with a treatment that is both gentle and powerful. (I say gentle because I've undergone long term abx lyme treatment with no success and only detriment. The same goes for anti viral treatment with Valcyte. I'm happy for those that find success with such treatments, but I know my body now---I don't fare well with those treatments). I'm seeking a doc who is not bound by their pet theory of this illness, but is aware of all the newest research and the top thinkers, and integrates those ideas into their practice. As these docs and protocols are so expensive, I basically have one last shot and I want to pick a doctor with whom I have the best chance for success. I may go see Dr. Samuel Shor here in my area (DC, MD, VA), but his lyme focus makes me wary. Basically I need feedback and help with making this decision! Guyer is a plane ride away, but if he's as good as some say, maybe it would be worth it.