Dr. Eva Coleman, MD, specializes in the treatment of various chronic disorders including lyme disease, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue with a special interest in wellness and functional medicine. Dr. Coleman is also a recognized expert in hormone replacement therapy and was the founder of Harmony Medica prior to joining IMNV. She first became involved with Bioidentical Hormones during her time at Stanford University Medical Center in 1997 while participating in a cohort study conducted by the National Cancer Institute. She has been devoted to offering Anti-Aging Medicine and treating Hormone Imbalance in both women and men. Dr. Coleman is an active member of the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS), the American College of Physicians and the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine.
Internal Medicine of Northern Virginia takes an overall integrative approach, considering the microbiome, other entities such as biotoxin illness, and mast cell activation syndrome. They also provide services such as IV Vitamin C, IV Glutathione, IV Myers and hyperbaric oxygen therapy ensuring that each patient has an individualized protocol. Offering solutions for individuals sensitive to treatments or suffering from detoxification issues, additional adjunct therapies are often put into place.
Chronic Lyme disease is a multi-system illness with a wide range of symptoms and/or signs that are either consistently or intermittently present for at least six months. The illness is the result of an `ongoing infection by any of several members of the Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria. Chronic Lyme disease has two subcategories – untreated chronic Lyme disease and that present in the setting of one or more courses of treatment. To continue reading about Lyme Disease, Dr. Eva Coleman, and Lyme Disease Treatment at Internal Medicine of Northern Virginia Click Here.
THE “PERFECT STORM”
Often common clinical features: eg fatigue, joint pain, etc.
Tick bites frequently go unrecognized
Hallmark EM rash, is frequently absent or misidentified
Expanding tick exposure risk
Leading to increased incidence
Confounding features of “co-infections”
Poor sensitivity of diagnostics
Politically charged dogma often minimizing the real potential for this diagnosis
Dr. Eva Coleman
Internal Medicine of Northern Virginia
1860 Towncenter Dr #230
Reston, VA 20190