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If you have been diagnosed with Lyme disease and have started researching the topic, you probably have discovered that the whole subject is controversial from testing to treatment. The Carolina Brain Center approaches Lyme disease from a functional neurology perspective. This involves holistic healing of many types, which Dr. This bacterium is a spirochete, or one that is twisted spirally.
However, while a spirochete is a bacterium, research has shown that B. This is why Dr. Dane believes antibiotic therapies are not a cure for chronic Lyme disease.
Chronic Lyme disease CLD is considered controversial. Patients who are finally diagnosed with CLD are often discouraged, to say the least, with the medical community. But the controversy keeps escalating. And, if they do, they frown upon long-term antibiotic therapy. This is where Dr. Dane agrees with the more widespread medical community. The western blot test involves separating blood proteins to find those that suggest an infection is present.
The answer to the above question is difficult to answer. Too many false negatives exist. Therefore, the western blot test should not be considered the only indicator of whether someone has Lyme disease. At the Carolina Brain Center, we recommend two tests.
One is DNA Connexionsa urine test. The other is MacTech Imaginga saliva test. Each saliva sample is scanned for spirochetes and then given a graded score. These two unique tests allow us to proceed confidently with treatment. Post-treatment analysis informs doctors as to whether a patient is clear. In acute cases, or when taken prophylactically soon after a bite, antibiotics can be helpful. But Dr. Not everyone bitten by a tick will develop Lyme disease.
However, it is becoming more broadly accepted that increased s of patients experience treatment failure and end up with long-term, debilitating symptoms. These may include pain, fatigue, and cognitive dysfunction.
This is why extra testing is worth the effort. Long-term antibiotic therapy for treating CLD has negative effects on the immune and venous systems if the antibiotics are given intravenously. But the main disadvantage of this type of treatment is that patients do not get the satisfaction of saying unequivocally that they beat the disease. This is true. Antibiotics place Lyme infections into a dormant state, which of course result in the patient feeling better.
The problem is that symptoms return as soon as antibiotics are stopped. Herbals do basically the same thing. The spirochetes go into a cystic formation and cover up with biofilm. Spirochetes associated with CLD have great anatomical advantage. The way they are built allows them to live easily in viscous areas of the body, such as the mouth.
The biofilm that forms over them makes them especially resistant to antibacterial treatments. Dane was introduced to a new treatment for Lyme disease in It was not an antibiotic, nor was it an herbal remedy. It was a mineral compound produced in liquid form that could be turned into a gaseous state and nebulized. The product essentially acts as a fumigator and blasts the body with a blend of minerals that kills the spirochetes and improves immune function. Skeptical at first, Dr. Dane tracked eight patients over the course of a year that she had treated for the neurological effects of Lyme disease.
Much to her amazement, seven of those patients were clear of Lyme just over a year later. However, some effects of CLD cannot be reversed. The mineral product is called Lyme-N, and, like many aspects of Lyme disease, its effectiveness is controversial. But this is the only treatment Dr. Dane has seen eradicate the spirochetes associated with CLD. Dane has witnessed many patients put their trust in her after becoming frustrated with more traditional Lyme disease treatments at other medical facilities. Dane to see how the Carolina Brain Center can address your chronic Lyme disease.
Dane brings 20 years of experience to the Triangle and has helped many people achieve a healthier brain and body. Dr Dane is ready to talk when you are. What Is Lyme Disease? Do Antibiotics Kill Lyme Disease? Why Carolina Brain Center? Ready For A Consultation?Find Lyme center
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