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Meet Patrick Rossi

Biotoxin Health Coach
Shoemaker Proficiency Provider Certified

Welcome to the world of  finding root causes with Patrick Rossi, a dedicated Biotoxin Specialist committed to guiding you on your comprehensive journey to health. Patrick is not just an expert; he's a husband to Allison Rossi and a loving father to three children: Zachary, Isabella, and Arianna.

Patrick's educational background is extensive, with degrees in Biology and Chemistry, along with a CAGS in Integrative Genomics. His pursuit of knowledge led him to become a Biotoxin Specialist, where he honed his expertise under the guidance of Dr. Shoemaker. This journey has equipped Patrick with a deep understanding of the Shoemaker protocol, specifically designed to address Biotoxin-related diseases.

What sets Patrick apart is not just his knowledge, but his personal experience. Patrick, Allison, and their three children have faced the challenges of Biotoxin-related illness, specifically Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS). Through their own struggles, they discovered the power of the Shoemaker protocol in reclaiming their health.

Patrick's passion for helping others navigate these challenges is evident in his open-minded approach to determine the root cause that is impacting your wellness. Whether you're dealing with your own health issues or those of a loved one, Patrick is here to identify the obstacles, understand your struggles, and provide tailored solutions to put you on the path to healing.

Embrace a comprehensive approach to well-being with Patrick Rossi, and let his expertise guide you toward a healthier and happier life.


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What is Biotoxin Illness?

It can present with

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Common Symptoms

Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS) manifests with a broad spectrum of symptoms, affecting various aspects of an individual's health. Commonly reported symptoms include frequent urination, indicative of the systemic impact of inflammation. Neurologically, individuals may struggle with challenges such as ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), ODD (Oppositional Defiant Disorder), and bouts of rage, underscoring the profound impact on cognitive and emotional well-being. Allergic reactions and heightened sensitivities to environmental factors contribute to respiratory issues and skin reactions. Food restrictions are prevalent, as certain foods can exacerbate inflammatory responses. Additionally, individuals with CIRS may experience fatigue, joint pain, muscle weakness, and gastrointestinal disturbances. The intricate array of symptoms associated with CIRS highlights the complexity of this condition

Weight Loss

People battling chronic inflammation due to biotoxins can have an extremely hard time losing weight even when diet and exercise are consistent.


It is crucial to remove the toxins that your body is not able to process and leads to excessive histamine production.  Individuals can have various HLA mutations that make different forms of biotoxin impossible to be removed from the body without the proper detoxification method.

Lyme, Co-Infections, and Mycotoxins

When Lyme disease and the Co-infections associated with it are not properly treated or identified, it may lead to chronic manifestations, contributing to the development of CIRS. Additionally, mold exposure, particularly mycotoxins produced by certain molds, is a common trigger for CIRS. Individuals with CIRS frequently exhibit symptoms similar to those of Lyme disease, such as fatigue, joint pain, and cognitive impairment. The convergence of Lyme disease, coinfections, and mold exposure in CIRS highlights the intricate nature of this syndrome and underscores the importance of addressing multiple factors in its diagnosis and management.

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Neurological Challenges

The impact of CIRS on the neurological system is significant, as it can lead to a range of symptoms and mimic various neurological disorders. Individuals with CIRS may experience cognitive impairment, memory issues, difficulty concentrating, and mood disturbances. The inflammation associated with CIRS can affect the central nervous system, leading to neurological symptoms that closely resemble conditions such as fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, and multiple sclerosis. Additionally, CIRS can manifest with symptoms mimicking psychiatric disorders, making it challenging to diagnose accurately. The intricate interplay between the immune response and the nervous system in CIRS underscores the complexity of this syndrome and the importance of a comprehensive approach to its diagnosis and management.


After nearly two years of treatment with a local functional doctor for Lyme, other tick borne illnesses and mold exposure for our three boys, we are finally on a path to healing thanks to Pat and his knowledge and personal experience. He was able to point out the missing pieces that were keeping our three boys from healing, tell us exactly which blood tests to get that gave us crucial information indicating our boys’ battle with CIRS. He can explain labs and the complexity of CIRS in a way our non- medical minds can understand. I have no doubt that without Pat’s intervention and guidance we would be at a complete standstill with our boys, in a place of constant flares and sickness and have no hope of where to go. Our family is finally able to function again and even though it’s a slow process of healing we are making steady progress. There is nothing like having someone help you who has walked through the exact same medical situation in their own family because you know they care and understand what you’re going through at a deeper level. Our family is so thankful for Pat using his intelligence and passion to help families like ours who have suffered for a long time to get their lives back.”

— Sarah Dalton



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508-434-6252 EXT 800

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