Lyme Disease Treatment Video With ILADS Doctors – Seven commonly asked Questions

In this video from 2009, Dr. Cameron and Dr. Phillips, both past Presidents of ILADS (International Association of Lyme and Associated Diseases), answer 7 commonly asked questions about the treatment of Lyme disease:

1. What is the correct duration of treatment to be given after you see a rash – 2, 4, 6 weeks?
2. How do you know when your chronic Lyme is cured or put into remission, and the remaining symptoms – aches, pain, brain fog, etc. – are permanent damage? Are the remaining symptoms permanent?
3. What supportive therapies – herbs, vitamins, acupuncture, sauna, Rife machine – do you advocate with concurrent antibiotic treatment for Lyme?
4. In neurological chronic Lyme, symptoms like memory loss, difficulty with words, etc., can this be reversed with medication?
5. Since Fibromyalgia has most of the same symptoms, how would you get a correct diagnosis?
6. Can you explain why patients become more symptomatic when treated? Are toxins released as the spirochetes are killed?
7. What’s the downside of long-term antibiotic use?

The Q & A session was held at a Lyme disease seminar on October 6, 2009 at the Candlewood Inn, Brookfield, CT. It was sponsored by the Rotary Club and the Lyme Disease Task Forces of Brookfield, Newtown and Ridgefield, CT.


3 comments for “Lyme Disease Treatment Video With ILADS Doctors – Seven commonly asked Questions

  1. August 2, 2014 at 2:54 am

    right, so how much does this cost? is it covered with icsuranne? I went to a homeopath out of sheer hopelessness and since not being able to work the last eight months I am losing my life.

  2. August 3, 2014 at 9:49 am

    I have oral spirochetes with nulgoeorical attack .I have been on antibiotics for months soon going to borrow a rife machine ..what treatment prodocol should I use? I am very sick and Herxing badly

  3. jean mancini
    February 26, 2017 at 9:40 am

    my daughter is at the point that she is using a walker , cane, wheel chair, pain all the time . has five children , I help but ? years ago she went into the hospital for cat scatch fever for 7 days, as a child went to camp every summer and was the night watch monitor , Deer all over in the mountains in N.J. Please I am so worried she is going to die, she has been told she has fibromyalgia , MS, rumitoid arthritis, most days she can’t get off the bed or couch PLEASE please help me

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