LYME DISEASE PROVEN ALTERNATIVE SOLUTION
A bite from a specific type of tick carrying a specific bacteria is how Lyme disease is transmitted. Animals that commonly carry these ticks are white-footed field mice, deer, raccoons, opossums, skunks, weasels, foxes, shrews, moles, chipmunks, squirrels, and horses. New Jersey is one of the Eastern states where the majority of these ticks live and large numbers of people contract Lyme Disease.
Many people who have contracted Lyme Disease do not know they have it, because the symptoms mimics the symptoms of many other diseases and viruses. As a result, they are not accurately diagnosed until the disease has progressed into the later stages where symptoms are much more severe and take more time to overcome.
Flu-like symptoms including a stiff neck; chills; fever; swollen lymph nodes; headaches; extreme fatigue; body and muscle aches; and joint pain, stiffness and swelling are felt in the early stages of Lyme disease. 70%-80% of people get a large, expanding skin rash centering around the tick bite site (can resemble a bulls eye). In the later stages of the disease, nerve problems and arthritis, are typically experienced. 10% to 20% of untreated victims develop life-long arthritis. This disease attacks the body’s nervous system, resulting in a stiff neck and migraine headache (meningitis), facial muscles being temporarily paralyzed (Bell’s Palsy), numbness, weakness and pain in the limbs, and poor motor skills. Less severe symptoms include memory loss, lack of concentration, and mood and sleep disruptions. 10% of people develop heart problems and the associated dizziness and shortness of breath.
Finding a Doctor is Lyme Disease experience is vital for someone with Lyme Disease. Antibiotics are the normal required medication to eliminate Lyme Disease. The longer a person has had Lyme Disease, the longer they must take antibiotics.
Our Lyme Disease Relieving therapies help you recover faster and better, and include:
- Myofascial Release (MFR) – a state-of-the-art therapy, releases tightness and pain in and around the body parts that are tight, stiff, inflammed and perhaps painful. It also increases flexibility and range of motion. Treatments and home releasing programs are available. MFR opens up and releases the tight central nervous system (which is where the Lyme disease is affecting), as well as reduces inflammation, and opens up the body tissues to better absorb and utilize the antibiotics.
- CranioSacral Therapy (CST) – a highly-effective therapy that enhances the healing process by opening and releasing the tight central nervous system (which is where the Lyme disease is affecting), as well as reduces inflammation, and opens up the body tissues to better absorb and utilize the antibiotics. It is a gentle method of detection and correction that encourages your own natural healing mechanisms. It is a therapy that uses gentle manual pressure applied to the skull, spine, and membranes to restore rhythmic flow to the craniosacral system, which includes the brain, spinal cord, cerebrospinal fluid, and surrounding membranes.