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Lyme Advise is a website designed with you in mind. Our goal is to make your life easier by condensing the tools, products, services, physicians, alternative modalities, and adjunct therapies you may need along your journey in one place. Streamlining what can be a mind-boggling process, we will provide you with sources and companies dedicated to Lyme patients and let you know what your options are on a website that’s easy to navigate in the midst of an already overwhelming illness. You will find a multitude of options because no two Lyme patients have the same medical needs, life experiences, financial abilities or combination of health problems to tackle. Working with service providers and pulling from our own personal histories, we hope to unlock some of the mystery and take away the confusion so that you are able focus on the healing process and what’s most important – You!

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Q & A with LLMD Dr. Steven Bock

Lyme Advise recently asked its followers on social media the following question: “If you had the opportunity to ask an LLMD (Lyme Literate Medical Doctor) any question, what would it be?” We reached out to Dr. Steven Bock, an Integrative Lyme Specialist located in Rhinebeck, New York to please address these questions.

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Ayurvedic Medicine and the Epigenetics of Lyme Disease by Dr. Scott Gerson

Among all the genetic findings for common diseases such as heart disease, cancer, and mental illnesses, only a handful are of genuine significance for human health. The same is certainly true for Lyme disease as we shall see. Defective genes rarely cause, or even mildly predispose us, to disease, and as a consequence the science of human genetics is in deep crisis.

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Lyme Patient Writes About Her Experience Using PEMF Therapy!

Lyme Advise recently received an email from a Lyme patient and follower telling us about her experience using PEMF therapy, and more specifically, the iMRS 2000, as part of her treatment for chronic Lyme disease and the myriad of symptoms she has had to contend with.

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