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Suzanne K. Gazda, MD

Long COVID and Post-Vaccine Injury: The Tsunami Upon Us

Suzanne K. Gazda, MD has been committed to the highest standards in patient care that always focus on the most individualized protocols.

Renowned for her “patients are people first” approach, Dr. Gazda’s career represents an extraordinary wealth of experience beginning with her first days of study at the University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio. Board-certified in neurology, she subsequently founded the Neurology Institute of San Antonio (NISA) and has participated in more than 200 clinical research studies for Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis, neuropathic pain, headache, and epilepsy.

From this diverse perspective in neurological disorders and in response to the burgeoning critical needs, Dr. Gazda expanded the scope of her practices to include the evaluation and treatment of long COVID and COVID vaccine injuries.   Dr. Gazda works closely with the FLCCC (Front Line COVID Critical Care Alliance) with education focused on understanding the neurological impacts post-pandemic,  post infection and vaccine.   She says, “We are facing a tsunami of chronic illness” and therefore it is critically important for all care providers to understand the concepts of Long COVID and post-vaccine injury.

Her work with Hope for Humans made a profound impact on the lives of many children and families in Northern Uganda struggling to identify and receive appropriate treatments for some of the rarest conditions.

Among her many professional associations, Dr. Gazda was first appointed in April 2020 by Texas Governor Greg Abbott to serve on the state’s 14-member Pediatric Acute-Onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome Advisory Council. The council advises the commission and the legislature on research, diagnosis, treatment, and education relevant to Pediatric Acute-onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome and related disorders (PANS/PANDAS).

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Suzanne K. Gazda, MD - Forum for Integrative Medicine