Dr. Darin Ingels
Dr. Ingels, a Bastyr University alumnus, is a licensed naturopathic physician in the State of Connecticut and a licensed Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine in the State of California, with practices in both states. He is Board certified in Integrated Pediatrics through the American Association of Integrative Medicine and is a Fellow with the American Academy of Environmental Medicine. He is also a member of the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS). Dr. Ingels has numerous publications, international lectures and 30 years of experience in the healthcare field. His work includes The Lyme Solution: A 5-Part Plan To Fight The Inflammatory Autoimmune Response And Beat Lyme Disease, a book that will be launched on March 27, 2018.
Dr. Mark Filidei
Dr. Filidei is an Internal Medicine physician and is the Director of Integrative and Functional Medicine for the Amen Clinics. Dr. Filidei is highly experienced in integrative and functional medicine as well as conventional medicine and sees patients in person at the Amen Clinics in Southern California. He was previously the medical director of the Whitaker Wellness Institute, the largest Integrative Medicine clinic in the United States where he spent over a decade treating thousands of patients for complex medical issues. Dr. Filidei is an ILADS trained physician, which is the largest group of Lyme literate doctors in the world. Dr Filidei lectures nationally on topics including the integrative approach to mental health and Lyme Disease among other things.
Dr. Jodie Dashore
Dr. Dashore has been a Lyme Literate Clinical practitioner since 2010. She specializes in an Integrative, alternative and plant-based medicine approach to tick-borne Diseases and has been helping patients with tick-borne infections from 11 countries around the globe. Dr. Dashore has given numerous national and international lectures on an integrative approach to tick-borne infections. She is internationally recognized as a pioneering scientist and researcher who has coined the term “Complex Autism” (TM) to include Autism complicated with Tick Borne infections and other co-morbid conditions.