Episode #17: CIRS Down Under with Dr. Sandeep Gupta, MD
- Last Updated: 23 March 2017 23 March 2017
Why You Should Listen
In this episode, you will learn about Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome, or CIRS, and the impact of mold and water-damaged buildings on health.
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About My Guest
My guest for this episode is Dr. Sandeep Gupta, MD. Sandeep Gupta is a holistic medical doctor, nutritional and environmental medicine specialist, ayurvedic consultant and wellness coach. Dr Gupta graduated from medical school at the University of Queensland in 1999. Since then he served in a range of public and private hospitals in the South-East Queensland region, serving as a cardiology, medical and anaesthetic registrar. He also has approximately five years experience in working in Intensive Care, particularly in the area of post-cardiac surgery care. Dr Gupta has received specialized training in integrative medicine, and was awarded a Fellowship of the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine in 2008 and a Fellowship of the Australian College of General Practitioners in 2010. Dr Gupta strives to walk his talk in his own life, keeps up to date with current developments in the field, and genuinely aims to approach clients with respect, service and empathy. Some of Sandeep Gupta’s areas of interest are in integrative depression and anxiety treatment, adrenal gland and thyroid dysfunction, and treatment of parasite and other gastrointestinal infections and food intolerances and allergies. His real interest is in helping people to be educated about staying well, learning to keep track of their health goals and monitoring when their health is moving out of balance. Dr Gupta feels his role is to provide information, support and guidance, but the results an individual gets will depend primarily on their actions, and the way they live. This learning process is something we all have to go through. A doctor in the purest sense is a teacher, an educator and an inspiration for others. Dr. Gupta doesn’t aim treat “diseases”, but rather to help clients to learn to treat their own underlying physical, emotional and spiritual factors to address the causes of disease. Of course, specific treatment protocols can help us to “turn the corner” on our health situation, but an underlying foundation of healthy living is vital for long-term results. He is the creator of the 8 week online course Mold Illness Made Simple where he breaks down CIRS in such a way that it feels less overwhelming and the listener is empowered with information to move forward.
- What is CIRS?
- What labs are used to explore the possibility of CIRS?
- Is mold common in Australia?
- How do you treat CIRS?
- What is MARCoNS and how is it treated?
- What is used to test for mold?
- Does remediation work?
- What is the difference between mold allergy and CIRS?
- What is VIP and how helpful is it for patients?
- What does NeuroQuant testing show?
- What is the Air Oasis?
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