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I would greatly appreciate any information regarding LLMDs in Northern Virginia who take insurance.

Thank you!

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Welcome to Lymenet Calla

Most LLMD's don't accept insurances. Read this ;

You can join your area's Lyme support group to get feedback on your area's LLMD's treatment successes.

You can request LLMD's from Global Lyme Alliance. Fill out request form. There is a message box where you can write you are seeking a LLMD that accepts insurance.

Here is a really good documentary about Lyme disease called "Under Our Skin"

Virginia has many good LLMD's. I will send you a private message. You must research each doctor and choose one that will treat you according to your medical needs.

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Feel free to post them here and one of our educated members will be happy to help you. We are always open, we never close. Also, utilize our 'search function' which contains valuable information you will not find anywhere else.

Good luck on your healing journey.
We LOVE Sucess stories. [Smile]

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