EDS Referral Network
Provided below are our recommendations on practitioners we use for our clients and recommend to others. You will find a selection of different practices, both in our local Denver area and those available for telemedicine appointments. Please stay tuned as we are just developing this list and it will continue to grow...
Center For Multisystem Disease
Dr. Jill Schofield
8101 East Lowry Boulevard, Suite 250, Denver, CO 80230
Cash based services for patient-centered care
The Center for Multisystem Disease aims to provide comprehensive care to patients with these conditions. If you have felt like no one understands your illness or if you have been told there is nothing wrong with you or that your symptoms are "all in your head," you are not alone. At the Center for Multisystem Disease, you will find a community of other patients suffering from the same conditions, who have walked a similar road and who understand exactly what you are experiencing. Your symptoms will not be discounted and we work hard to determine if there are important underlying causes related to your condition with the goal of targeting the underlying disorders, rather than just targeting each symptom with "bandaid" therapies and teaching you how to cope.
New Day Dentistry
Dr. Jamie Suman, DDS
11310 Huron Street, Suite 210
Northglenn, CO 80234
The Atwal Clinic
Dr. Paldeep Atwal
4110 Southpoint Blvd, Suite 118, Jacksonville, FL, 32216
Social Media: @AtwalClinic (Twitter), Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/AtwalClinic
About Dr. Atwal and his work:
Dr. Atwal is a board-certified clinical and medical biochemical geneticist and director of Atwal Clinic for Genomic & Personalized Medicine, a concierge genetics clinic. Previously he served as Medical Director for the Individualized Medicine Clinic at Mayo Clinic FL on the Jacksonville campus. He received his medical degree from the University of Glasgow, and initially trained in hospital internal medicine with The Royal College of Physicians at Glasgow Royal Infirmary in Scotland. He completed his genetics fellowship at Stanford University in Palo Alto CA and subspecialty biochemical genetics fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston TX where he was involved in developing a clinical metabolomic profiling test. He holds diplomas in structural molecular biology and forensic medical science and an MBA specializing in healthcare administration.
He has a long-standing interest in rare and undiagnosed disease including the use of multiple concurrent –omics platforms to provide a diagnosis to patients. He conducts translational, (from patient to laboratory to patient) research with the goal of discovering new genetic syndromes and designing new therapies for genetic disease.
Dr. Atwal’s clinical interests include clinical genomics, undiagnosed diseases following lengthy diagnostic odysseys and inborn errors of metabolism including mitochondrial diseases. Through his work, he co-led the discovery of biparental mitochondrial inheritance in humans, discovered two new genetic connective tissue syndromes that results from defects in the FLNA & AEBP1 genes, co-developed an untargeted metabolic screening test for inborn errors of metabolism, and published extensively on human genetics, with over 60 peer-reviewed publications to date.
Dr. Atwal’s awards include the 2014-2015 ACMG Foundation/Genzyme Fellowship in Biochemical Genetics Award and The Neurobiology of Disease in Children Young Investigator Award.