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Connolly Out of Contact?
Hi Ed: My name is Kantharaj. My mother-in-law has psoriasis. She is in India. Her condition is very very bad. She has huge patches (like bubbles) throughout her body. It's itches a lot and is painful. She’s in bad need of help. Could you please tell me how I can reach Dr. Robert E. Connolly? Is there any other better treatment? We really appreciate your help.
Ed’s Response: Here are the latest email addresses I have for Robert Connolly and John O.A. Pagano. Both are chiropractors who have had luck treating psoriasis through non-prescription-drug regimens. I interviewed Dr. Pagano last year.
Robert Connolly: [email protected] (His web site appears to no longer be online, so I'm not sure as to his availability.)
John O.A. Pagano: [email protected]
Good luck! -Ed
Hi Ed: Thanks for your reply. When I sent email to Dr. Connolly (the address you gave me: [email protected]), it bounced back as unknown recipient. We are planning to bring my mother-in-law from India to the U.S. for treatment of her psoriasis. Do you have any more contact information for Dr. Connolly?
*****Ed’s Response: If your email to Dr. Connolly was rejected, I have no further contact information for him (I never did know his phone number or address; communicated with him only via email). He was, several years ago, in semi-retirement. If both his email AND his website are no longer available — and I checked the web site before responding to you earlier — he may no longer be practicing or selling his book. You may wish to contact Dr. Pagano, or find a dermatologist in your area that can treat your mother-in-law. For referrals to dermatologists who treat psoriasis, go here: http://www.psoriasis.org/treatment/directory/.