Are you are ready to start your Life After Mold?
Toxic mold is dangerous and can cause lasting detrimental impacts upon health if not treated addressed quickly. It is not unheard of for people suffering from Lyme disease and various co-infections to have their case complicated by mold exposure.
Life After Mold is able to provide Educational Wellness Consultation services for those looking for support in navigating the complex world of mold exposure. For years, Dr. Tessier has provided well rounded, experienced and compassionate Educational Consultation Services to those suffering from mold illness, biotoxin illness, CIRS, Lyme Disease, tick co-infections (Bartonella, Babesia, Anaplasma, Ehrlichia, Powassan, Mycoplasma), Epstein Barr Virus (EBV), Cytomegalovirus (CMV), Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS), histamine intolerance/overload, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS), Sick Building Syndrome, pyrrole disorders and many more.
For those looking for more in-depth care, we offer Tessier Medical; Dr. Tessier's medical practice specializing in Mold related illness, and associated conditions. Learn more about Tessier Medical here.
If you have decided that now is the time to start your Life After Mold, you are welcome to reach out through the form below, or call us at 802.595.6004. We are here to help and look forward to hearing from you.
46 South Main St., Suite 2B
Finding us in Vermont:
Take exit 10 from I-89. Turn onto VT-100 toward Waterbury. Enter the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto VT-100/ North Main Street. Proceed approximately .4 miles. The destination will be on your left. We are located in the Steele Block Building across the street from the fire station. The shared building houses a sporting goods store at ground level. Enter through the north side of the building adjacent to the parking lot. Upon entering the building the suite entrance will be the first door on your left; signage will direct you from there.
From Burlington International Airport
Take a left onto Airport Drive then turn left onto US-2 East/Williston Road. After 2.4 miles, turn right onto VT-2A and proceed to I-89 South. Then follow directions as described above.
We encourage patients to make accommodations well in advance.
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