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Dr. Kenny

De Meirleir

Kenny L. De Meirleir, M.D., Ph.D., is  an Internal Medicine doctor currently specializing in MECFS, chronic Lyme/borreliosis, long Covid, and chronic yersiniosis.  He also serves as the Medical Director of the Whittemore Peterson Institute where CTM's private practice is located.


Dr. De Meirleir is research-driven, frequently partnering with researchers around the world, including Dr. Vincent Lombardi and his colleagues at the University of Nevada, Reno.  Research is imperative to determine the underlying causes and appropriate treatment options for infection-associated chronic diseases.

Now looking to hire a Nurse Practitioner

Please click on the following link for more information on our new Nurse Practitioner position at our clinic.

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Read what Dr. De Meirleir's patients are saying.

I credit Dr. De Meirleir for helping me to get my life back. I was so unwell for more than two decades, at times unable to work or even walk very far. During that time I consulted with many health care providers, none of whom could help me, beyond issuing vague diagnoses without treatment plans. Trained as a scientist I started reading the literature and following Dr. De Meirleir’s work. When I realized that in addition to being a scientist, he is also a clinician, I immediately arranged to consult with him. It is one of the best decisions I have ever made. He diagnosed me correctly, put together a treatment plan, and helped me to improve substantially. I noticed that he tailors each patient’s plan to their particular needs. His knowledge is vast and deep, and so is his experience in treating his patients. I shall be ever grateful.

Linda G

The Clinic at WPI

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Located within The Clinic at WPI, CTM exists to provide specialty care to patients with infection-associated chronic disease.

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Myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) is a chronic, complex, debilitating, multi-system illness. Patients experience a substantial reduction in their daily functioning and can experience a broad range of symptoms including profound fatigue, post-exertional malaise, unrefreshing and disordered sleep, cognitive impairment, orthostatic intolerance, flu-like symptoms, sensory sensitivity, amplified pain, recurrent headaches, and gastrointestinal disturbances.


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