Before emailing please refer to the following answers to commonly asked questions.
How do I make an appointment with Dr. Kharrazian?
We are sorry, but the Kharrazian Clinic is closed for new patients at this time. When the clinic is accepting new applications again, the information you need will be posed on the Clinic page.
How do I get on Dr. Kharrazian’s waitlist?
The Kharrazian Clinic does not keep a waitlist, per se. To apply, a patient must submit the completed application, which is reviewed to assure it has the depth of information Dr. Kharrazian requires in order to properly review a case. Only once an application is approved can the clinic schedule the initial case review. We are sorry, but the Kharrazian Clinic is closed for new patients at this time.
Can I consult remotely with Dr. Kharrazian?
Dr. Kharrazian does not start with new patients on a remote basis. In order to develop a treatment plan, he requires an in-person exam at the clinic in California. After the exam, he will consult with a patient remotely. We are sorry, but the Kharrazian Clinic is closed for new patients at this time.
Where can I find a practitioner?
The Kharrazian Institute Practitioner-Locator is here.
What should I eat?
If you are asking about what diet to follow please refer to http://drknews.com/autoimmune-gut-repair-diet/.
Check out the online courses and books created by Dr. Kharrazian on this website.
Read the books! We get many, many questions that can be answered by reading his books. In addition to his thyroid book, Dr. Kharrazian’s brain book, Why Isn’t My Brain Working?, also answers many questions about autoimmunity and brain health.