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This article is a scientifically accurate overview of the most relevant information about the symptoms of Lyme disease and how it evades treatment in simple every-day language. This article is designed as a “real-life” guide to help you understand the effects of Lyme disease and find your way to a treatment protocol that will heal you. This article will educate you on why Integrative, Metabolic & Regenerative Medicine offers the best path to healing Lyme disease.


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Therefore, it is important that you understand what Lyme disease is and how and why the following modalities are critically important for your healing:


All three of these are powerful tools of Integrative, Metabolic and Regenerative Medicine.


What is Lyme Disease

Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato causes Lyme disease, a heterogeneous group of which three genospecies have been consistently connected with Lyme disease:

  1. Borrelia burgdorferi sensu stricto
  2. Borrelia afzelii
  3. Borrelia garinii

Geographical distribution and clinical signs differ depending on the species.

Lyme disease is one of the world’s fastest growing and most difficult diseases to treat. There are many controversies about this disease stemming from the fact that it is complicated. Lyme disease can affect every organ system in our body. Lyme’s symptoms (see below) overlap with many other diseases and its presentation changes as it progresses through its various stages. Even experts are constantly challenged to comprehend its complexities.

Clinical signs of Lyme disease can be classified into three stages.

  1. Erythema migrans at the tick bite site characterizes the early localized stage.
  2. Multiple erythema migrans lesions, borrelial lymphocytoma, lyme neuroborreliosis, carditis, or arthritis may be seen in the early disseminated stage.
  3. The late disseminated stage is characterized by atrophic acordermatitis chronica, lyme arthritis, and neurological symptoms.

It is entirely possible that some people with robust immune systems may actually carry the Borrelia pathogen for years without ever seeing any signs of the disease, whereas others may suffer years with the symptoms of chronic pain, affecting both mind and body, suffering from debilitating symptoms resembling MS, Fibromyalgia, Lupus, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Parkinson’s, rheumatoid arthritis, heart problems, joint pains, nerve pain, depression, awful brain fog, loss of short-term memory, impaired cognitive ability and much more.

Early Diagnosis and Treatment

Diagnosis is difficult due to the variety of clinical symptoms that might occur. If you are lucky enough to be diagnosed with Lyme disease and treated within 2-4 weeks of being infected, recovery from Lyme can be quick and complete.

However, the symptoms of Lyme disease are notoriously difficult to diagnose. Many lab tests that reliably detect other infections do not produce valid results for Lyme, and often don’t show the presence of the infection. Thus, Lyme disease symptoms may show up “out of the blue”, complicated by the fact that they often mimic many other diseases, often resulting in the misdiagnosis of Lyme disease. It is so tricky that Lyme has earned the moniker of “the great imitator”.

Therefore, it is critically important that anyone who suspects that they may be infected with Lyme, seek the advice of a medical practice that specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of the disease, because a definitive diagnosis requires the proper lab results as well as an in-office evaluation of your symptoms face to face with a specialist physician.