Lyme Disease

Approximately 300,000 people in the United States contract Lyme Disease according to studies reported by the CDC. Lyme is transmitted from the tick Borellia Burgdorferi. Symptoms can be debilitating and can lead to a multitude of conditions.

Lyme Disease Protocol

  • Comprehensive assessment to find root cause of pain
  • Lab Testing
  • Immune Boosting Protocol
  • Antimicrobial Treatment
  • Mitochondrial Rebuilding focusing on Chronic Fatigue Symptoms
  • Customized IV Protocol

Cell Therapy for Lyme Disease

Clinical reports of Cell Therapy in patients with Multiple Sclerosis and Lyme disease have shown remarkable improvement in their functional skills, overall stamina, cognitive abilities, and muscle strength.

Early Signs and Symptoms

(3 to 30 days after Tick Bite)

  • Fever, chills, headache, fatigue, muscle and joint aches, and swollen lymph nodes
  • Erythema Migrans (EM) Rash:
    • Occurs in approximately 70 to 80 percent of infected persons
    • Begins at the site of a tick bite after a delay of 3 to 30 days (average is about 7 days)
    • Expands gradually over a period of days reaching up to 12 inches or more (30 cm) across
    • May feel warm to the touch but is rarely itchy or painful
    • Sometimes clears as it enlarges, resulting in a target or “bull’s-eye” appearance
    • May appear on any area of the body

Later Signs and Symptoms

(Days to Months after Tick Bite)

  • Severe headaches and neck stiffness
  • Additional EM rashes on other areas of the body
  • Arthritis with severe joint pain and swelling, particularly the knees and other large joints
  • Facial palsy (loss of muscle tone or droop on one or both sides of the face)
  • Intermittent pain in tendons, muscles, joints, and bones
  • Heart palpitations or an irregular heart beat
  • Episodes of dizziness or shortness of breath
  • Inflammation of the brain and spinal cord
  • Nerve pain
  • Shooting pains, numbness, or tingling in the hands or feet
  • Problems with short-term memory

References:

  1. www.cdc.gov
  2. Shroff G. Transplantation of human embryonic stem cells in patients with multiple sclerosis and lyme disease. Am J Case Rep. 2016;17:944.