Tag Archive: Thyroid
Some Simple Q & A’s
What tests are you using for thyroid assessment?
Consider as a minimum using TSH, free T4, free T3 perhaps with total T3, reverse T3, and antithyroid antibodies.
What are the objective indications (per lab) for the use of thyroid hormone supplementation/replacement?
Elevated TSH, low T4 or T3, antithyroid antibodies Read the rest of this entry »
Saturday the 23rd of January 2010 saw Dr Brownstein present to a full house at the Royal Society of Medicine. He eloquently extracted clinical information from the conflicting science around the use of iodine as a supplement. Dispelling myths and building an impressive approach to the use of iodin/iodide following suitable provocation tests he gave the audience a new tool to use in the care of their patients. Read the rest of this entry »