Dr. Tim Jackson, DPT received his undergraduate degree in Health science and chemistry from Wake Forest University in 2003. He completed his Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) from the Medical University of SC in 2009.
Realizing that manual therapy and orthopedic care helped only some of his patients, he began studying functional and environmental medicine, as well as digestive health, in an effort to help others achieve wellness. Dr. Tim is educated in nutritional biochemistry, digestive health and its systemic effects, as well as functional endocrinology. He recently completed the Spine portion of the Active Release Technique methodology, a system that addresses musculoskeletal trigger points and helps to expedite the healing process. Currently, Dr. Tim is working on his Functional Diagnostic Nutritionist certification.
Dr. Jackson trained with Dr. Kendal Stewart, M.D. to learn the far-reaching implications of methylation deficits and their role in Neuro-immune syndromes.
He combines his background in integrative health and wellness with the emerging field of epigenetics to help others. He is a featured doctor for the MTHR Support group of healthcare professionals helping to educate the healthcare community and the public about the role of methylation in both health and dis-ease.
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Just wanted to let you know my experience with this individual. I've copied and pasted the dispute Ive sent to the credit card so the person that posted this and the people that watch this video will be able to hear from someone that has dealt with him.
reference number #14950
last 4 numbers of card: 4XXX
Hi I am sending you screenshots that help support my claim that this guy is a crook. To reiterate what I’ve already described on the phone, I’m just going to go through some bullet points and reference the 4 other pages that I’m attaching with this letter.
*This “Dr. Tim” as he likes to call himself is on YouTube being interviewed and says he likes to send out all kinds of blood work to find out what a person has. These types of blood work he says he sends out for, is never done by regular doctors. The guy seemed to know what was talking about so for very sick and desperate people like me, this sounded promising.
*I reached out to him thinking he would send out for blood work, I emailed him and mentioned I only had insurance until July 31st(page 1 A) my mentality was that if my insurance doesn’t cover his consultation, it should at least cover blood work.
*He emailed me back told me told me insurance don’t cover him and told me his fee was $350 for an hour phone consultation (page 1 B)
*When I wrote back to him back, I again mentioned I only had insurance until July 31st and I wanted the tests he likes to test for. I also told him I was broke and was going to borrow my mother’s credit card to pay for his consultation. My mentality was to invest on something to be able to find out why I’m so sick. (page 2 A)
*Instead of correcting my assumption that he’s the one that sends out for the blood work (because he mentions it on his interviews & I also mentioned it on my email), he doesn’t address that part and sends me an invoice for $350 in which I paid. (Page 3)
*We are finally chatting on the phone and he starts telling me what we should be testing for and what supplements I should take based on my symptoms. I also heard him typing what he’s saying onto his computer. Finally 45 minutes into the hour, he tells me that he doesn’t send out blood work for patients he doesn’t see personally. He says that I should see a local doctor and have him order the tests. I mentioned that the only reason that I went with him was because of him saying on the interviews that he sends out for blood work. I also expressed concern that even if I can afford yet another local doctor’s fee (which I cant because of my financial difficulties + I had already told him I was using my mom’s credit card to pay for hiss fee) the new doctor may not want to do the type of testing he wants. He replied by saying that a while back it was 50/50 chance that they wouldn’t but now it’s a 90% chance that they will. He says that I should contact a specific type of pharmacy that deals with functional medicine practitioners because most likely they will test for the blood work he recommends. Then he tells me that if I want future consolations with him, he has a package that would allow me to talk to him 5 times, each time for 45 minutes. That package was going to run me 5 payments of $700. That’s when I knew I was dealing with someone I personally couldn't trust . He took my $350 before telling me he wasn’t going to be sending out for the blood work I needed and now he was trying to over charge me $3,500 to talk to him in the future. At that point I told him to just go ahead and send me all his notes on what I should be tested for and all the stuff he recommend I take. He pretty much knew by the tone of my voice that I was done with him. He told me that he was going to send it “in a bit”. I waited that day and never received anything. He writes to me the following day (page 4 C) and tells me he’s sending my notes by early evening. Mind you, he already knew I was running against the clock in getting his notes, calling the type of pharmacy he wanted me to call, getting the name of a doctor who would see me right away and hope that he/she run the tests he wants. Is it Monday August 12Th my insurance ended July 31st and he still hasn’t sent me anything.
Even if he uses the excuse that he chatted with me for an hour, he knew he wasn’t going to send out blood work himself but charged me anyway, he knew I needed his notes before my insurance ended so that at least I can get something out of his scam, and didn’t send me anything since I wasn’t going to buy his $3500 package for talking to him. Something else that I noticed but unfortunately didnt include in the dispute is that in his email disclaimer, he says he's not a doctor. So that explains why I would not have had any chance of ever getting anything out go him. I dont know what experiences anyone else has had with this guy, but I think its important to share mine.
**Something else that I noticed but unfortunately didnt include in the dispute is that in his email disclaimer, he says he's not a doctor. So that explains why I would not have had any chance of ever getting anything out go him.