Telephone Consultations

Dr. Cohen provides consultations to English-speaking people living across the United States and in foreign countries for a reasonable fee.

People most often consult Dr. Cohen for his knowledge of these rare conditions:

  • Erythromelalgia
  • Fluoroquinolone reactions: Levaquin

He is also consulted regarding:

  • Persons who are highly sensitive to medications
  • Anti-anxiety medications
  • Antidepressant medications
  • Sleep medications
  • Natural therapies for anxiety, depression, insomnia
  • Natural therapies for high cholesterol and high blood pressure
  • Natural therapies for migraine headaches

People often seek Dr. Cohen's input because they are having side effects from:

  • Medications used for treating high cholesterol, especially statin drugs (Lipitor, Crestor, Zocor, etc.)
  • Medications for high blood pressure (hypertension)
  • Medications for migraine headaches
  • Many other types of medication

If you are interested in a telephone consultation with Dr. Cohen, please contact Leslie at the office for scheduling (858-345-1760). Dr. Cohen can usually speak with you within a few days of your call. Please note that telephone consultations are meant to provide information that you can use yourself or take to your doctor for making decisions about your treatment. People who have consulted with Dr. Cohen should not make any changes in drugs, doses, or any other aspects of their medical treatment until they have discussed Dr. Cohen's information with their own doctors.

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