Lyme Disease

Patients Receive Last Chance at Lyme Disease Treatment

We know antibiotics are not enough to treat Lyme disease because of what we see clinically in our practice but a new study in mice by Columbia University is revealing even more. Doctor Brian Fallon, director of the Lyme and Tick Borne Diseases Research Center at Columbia University, conducted a shocking experiment. The experiment was with lab mice that were infected with spirochetal bacteria (the underlying cause of Lyme disease). The mice were treated with antibiotics and later exposed to non-infected ticks. The ticks, after being exposed to the antibiotic treated mice, still became carriers for the infection. The findings pointed to the fact that antibiotics don’t cure Lyme disease. We understand that studies in mice do not always correlate to human studies but in over a decade of treating Lyme disease patients this data matches exactly what we have found clinically in our practice. Antibiotics are not enough. However, our medical group has discovered a revolutionary solution for patients to improve their quality of life.

Why and What to Do When Antibiotics Fail

When used in the early stages of Lyme disease, antibiotics can work. The problem is that Lyme disease can go chronic and come along with multiple co-infections (viral, bacterial, fungal and parasitic) and other complications such as biofilm that can many times render antibiotics ineffective. The longer you have Lyme disease also plays a huge factor, because your immune system can become severely weakened, and antibiotics cannot strengthen your immune system (but they can weaken it).

Envita Medical Centers doesn't make any guarantee of outcomes. Results are not typical and will vary from person to person and should not be expected.

If you have already made the choice to seek personalized, integrative medicine; do not be deceived. You might think that all integrative doctors are the same, but simply using vitamin C or amino acids is not enough to kill the Lyme disease infection. This is because effective treatment must address all related co-infections and help establish the patient’s immune system. In addition, many integrative doctors lack the precision that a personalized medical blue print will provide, especially when it comes to correctly diagnosing and treating the full Lyme disease complex. On the other side of the coin, our treatments at Envita address all co-infections, chemical toxins, molds, mycotoxins, immune system issues, heavy metal toxins, as well as the biofilms that can plague Lyme disease patients and lead to antibiotic resistance. In addition, Envita employs treatments that effectively penetrate the blood brain barrier when patients have many neurological symptoms with a neuroborreliosis presentation. We have also developed important delivery methods to help treat these infections that are impacting the blood brain barrier.

We hope to introduce you to our revolutionary and personalized approach to treating chronic Lyme disease. This is something we have developed after over a decade of treating the most difficult cases. It’s important to recognize that every patient is unique and requires a detailed level of customization. To that end, every treatment at Envita is customized for every unique individual, and we are only scratching the surface. To learn more about how we can help you, contact one of our patient care educators today.

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