With the weather finally warming up and the sunshine stretching until nearly 8:00 PM, you may be feeling the urge to get outside and explore. However, as Lyme disease has become more prevalent, many of us face this season with apprehension, fearful to go walk in the woods – or even sit in the backyard!
Can Lyme disease be cured?
This often misunderstood disease has baffled mainstream medical doctors and left many patients misdiagnosed or suffering from the plethora of symptoms of chronic Lyme disease, co-infections, and a drastically weakened immune system. This leads many doctors and patients to wonder – can Lyme disease be cured? In this article, Dr. David Jernigan of the Hansa Center for Optimum Health explains how treating Lyme disease with biological medicine is about more than just killing the Lyme bacteria, it’s actually working to restore overall health.
Approaching Lyme disease holistically
One of the things that makes biological medicine truly unique is that it does not treat a diagnosis or a disease, instead it looks for the root causes of illness and supports the body’s natural healing abilities to regain a state of well being. In this lecture, Dr. Thomas Rau of the Paracelsus Klinik explains how he has had great success in helping patients with Lyme disease by providing individualized treatment focused on removing the toxic load and building up the immune system. A recent Lyme patient shares her experience at the Paracelsus Klinik here.
By gaining a deeper understanding of Lyme disease and how to stay well, we can enjoy the benefits of nature – while of course remembering to diligently check our selves and our pets for ticks upon coming indoors!
Abigail Haines Smith
Biological Medicine Network Manager