Doctors Corner by Dr. Scott Eberle
About the author of this section: Dr. Scott Eberle originally trained as a family physician, worked for nearly two decades as an AIDS specialist, and continues as the medical director of the hospice in his hometown. After an episode of carbon monoxide poisoning in 2010, he began having symptoms that, in retrospect, were the initial onset of electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS). In 2013, his health plummeted until he finally figured out the cause. He wrote most of the content in the “Doctor’s Corner” section of PetaWAM’s website to get this information out to other EHS sufferers.
For those who are only mildly sensitive to electromagnetic fields (EMFs), or are simply concerned about the general risk to all people, visit these three sections:
The rest of this “Doctor’s Corner” is directed toward people with moderate to severe electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS).
As a fellow sufferer, I want to share as much as I can about what I’ve learned in years of having severe EHS. I have divided this material into four different stages of EHS. Each of these four sections will offer further links to an array of topics that may be relevant to someone at that particular stage.
Click on any link to learn about a given stage, or click on the first and then scroll down through all four:
Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS):
An Underworld Journey toward Healing
A note about finding medical care: I have made the decision not to offer clinical services to people with EHS. If you are in need of a physician, visit this page: Seeking Medical Care
For non-medical questions, write or call: Contact & Services
Additional information available on the Doctor’s Corner: