The Hunter-Hopkins Center is one a few recognized centers in the United States that specializes in chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. We provide consultation, testing, and treatment. Management is coordinated with the primary physician.
Dr. Charles Lapp is board certified in both internal medicine and pediatrics, and has over twenty years experience with chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. He is one of the pioneering physicians who first brought CFS to national attention, and is widely recognized as an authority. Dr. Lapp has written and spoken extensively on CFS and FM, and has worked with NIH and the CDC since 1985 to study these conditions.
Dr. Laura Black is board certified in family practice, and was also certified in medical acupuncture at UCLA. She brings a “wholistic” approach to the patient with chronic illness, although Hunter-Hopkins adheres to conservative, outcome-based concepts in treatment.
What Services Are Provided?
|Independent medical evaluation|
|Routine laboratory studies|
|Tilt table testing|
|Cardiopulmonary exercise testing|
|Physical and exercise therapy|
|Disability evaluation and support|
Hunter-Hopkins Center has an active research program that provides innovative therapies, including FDA-approved investigational drugs, so that our patients have access to the most advanced treatments.
Patients come from far and wide to see us. We have patients in 48 of the United States and over 14 foreign countries. Our staff would be glad to provide patients with travel directions and a list of local accommodations, if needed. We are conveniently located on the southwest side of Charlotte, North Carolina, with close access to interstate highways and the Charlotte Douglas International Airport, a US Airways hub.
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This site was last updated 06/04/08