International Patients

Over 50% of our patients come to see us from long distances including international regions. We have seen patients from the United Kingdom, Sweden, Norway, Italy, France, South Africa, Canada, South America, Australia and the Middle East. A four day stay is needed for international patients to complete testing procedures. 

A Report of Findings is made after all laboratory work is completed and after all data collection is completed by the patient such as diet diaries and temperature charts. This can take from three to four weeks. At that time all results are explained, copies of all labs are given to the patient and an individualized program for the patient to follow is presented in detail. For international patients, the Report of Findings is given over Skype. Copies of all laboratory reports are provided via email so that the patient can view them directly while they are being explained by Dr. Goldberg and/or Dr. Tener.

E-mail and Skype consultations are employed for international patients in lieu of making regular weekly in office follow up visits. There are set fees for these services. 

Below are video interviews with two of our international patients.

Chronic Fatigue, Depression, Anxiety, Weight Gain | April 2017

LLoika came to the Goldberg Clinic from London, England seeking help for Chronic Fatigue, Depression, Anxiety and Weight Gain. After beginning a program with us, Lloika reports 80% overall improvement in her condition. 

 

 

 


Rheumatoid Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, GERD, Hypertension, Chronic Fatigue | 2011

Richard traveled from the Philippines to The Goldberg Clinic in December 2011 with medical diagnoses of Rheumatoid Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Gastro-esophageal Reflux Disease, Hypertension and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. A comprehensive case history, physical examination and functional laboratory work was performed and key underlying factors were identified. Under Drs. Goldberg and Tener’s care, the patient reported significant improvement in just 30 days.  At his 9-month follow up visit, the patient reported 90% overall improvement.