Talk to Dr. Hyeryun E. Chung today about complementary and alternative treatments for conditions of the thyroid including:

  • weight gain
  • hypothyroidism
  • hyperthyroidism
  • Hashimoto’s thyroiditis
  • and even cancerous nodules.


Hear from a patient.

My name is Maureen and I am a long time patient of Dr. Chung’s.  I was diagnosed with Hypothyroidism in 2007 at the age of 54.  My diagnosis came as no surprise to me, I was suffering from extreme fatigue and my mother and younger sister had been diagnosed years earlier and were all taking Synthroid.  I took Synthroid, not the generic brand, for 10 years.  It helped me tremendously, I was able to drive home from work without struggling to stay awake, but still felt sluggish.  After I retired I realized I did not want to be on medication for the rest of my life.  I was very afraid to come off my meds, but I spoke to my Chiropractor and she encouraged me to try Dr. Chung’s methods.  I stopped taking the Synthroid in February 2017. We did a thorough Detox, then a protocol of supplements .  I felt much better.  Four months later I had my appointment to measure my thyroid level.  My TSH was 4.15, the normal range being .45-4.5 for a woman of my age at that time. Over the past 5 years my levels have fluctuated between 3.23 and 6.95.  A TSH level of 10 or higher is typically indicative of Hypothyroidism.  A TSH level of 4.5-10 is considered indicative of sub clinical hypothyroidism.  Dr. Chung  checks my thyroid every 6 months.  I no longer need to have my TSH levels checked every 6 months by my General Practitioner, Dr. Tina Thompson, who has been very supportive.  I also apply a blend of clove, lemongrass and Frankincense essential oils to my Thyroid every morning.  It is important to eat healthy, avoiding sweets.  That’s the hardest part, but when I do eat sugar I can immediately tell a difference in energy level. 

Outline of a woman from the nose to upper chest. An illustration of her neck anatomy is shown including the thyroid.
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