In the Media
Due to the significance of the Teprotumumab, new FDA approved breakthrough therapy for Thyroid Eye Disease, Dr. Douglas was asked to discuss the benefits of the therapy in a PSA on CNN.
ESPN Radio’s Weekend Warriors – February 11, 2017
Host of ESPN Radio’s Weekend Warriors program, Dr. Robert Klapper welcomed Dr. Douglas on to his radio show to discuss orbital disease and surgery. More specifically the two doctors discussed thyroid eye disease and how to fix trauma around the eyes. (Dr. Douglas joins the show at 14:16.)
A Better You – January 13, 2017
“A Better You” is a medical radio show hosted by Dr. Lisa Jue. Dr. Jue invited Dr. Douglas on to her radio program to discuss autoimmune disease symptoms, what actually occurs when the immune system attacks the body, and treatment options. Below you can listen to Dr. Douglas on “A Better You.”
The Patricia Raskin Show – January 9, 2017
Patricia Raskin of The Patricia Raskin Show invited Dr. Douglas to be a featured guest on her show. Dr. Douglas discussed why autoimmune diseases seem to be on the rise in recent years. Additionally, he discussed treatment options for patients with autoimmune disease, and more specifically thyroid eye disease. Below you can listen to both part 1 and part 2 of his interview with Patricia and find out why Dr. Douglas recommends diet changes and meditation as being beneficial to patients with autoimmune diseases.
La Peer Health Minute – December 8, 2016
Every week surgeons from the prestigious La Peer Health Systems surgical center in Beverly Hills are featured on KFI AM 640. Dr. Douglas was invited to educate listeners about Graves disease. He explains how Graves disease is caused by hyperthyroidism, an overactive thyroid gland, and is associated with bulging of the eyes. Listen below to find out how Graves disease can be treated.
To provide patients with as much information as possible about their Thyroid Eye Disease (Graves disease), Dr. Douglas hosts regular Facebook LIVE Q & A events so that patients can ask him specific questions about the disease and treatment. Past LIVE events can be watched below. For future events, please join our Facebook page – Thyroid Eye Disease Awareness & Education.