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justag
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I was looking at my old PMs and realized I haven't reached out to this local Dr. B in Georgia

www.NetPhysician.com

Can anyone share experience, or PM me?

This board has the most traffic, sorry if it doesn't fit here...

Thanks a lot!

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Don't worry about something fitting - or not fitting - here. This is supposed to be a place where we can consider many aspects of healing.

And, that said, I'm not sure this doctor would be effective against lyme.

He does seem to get the severity, however, I don't see specific measures to address the uniqueness of borrelia infections.

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Due to the vast range of symptomology present in Lyme and Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction, often times patients are misdiagnosed with fibromyalgia, multiple chemical sensitivity, thyroid condition, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, depression, or even arthritis.


In addition, there is not one diagnostic test for the condition, further complicating a diagnosis and proper treatment. Our focus is to treat the underlying causes such as the dysfunctional immune system and the toxicity of the body rather than masking symptoms with pharmaceuticals.


Therefore, while each treatment plan is customized to the patient, the basis for all immune compromised patients is the same.

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Detoxification

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Sauna Therapy

Immune Supportive Treatments
Nutritional Metabolic Medicine

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At this page you can click on some of the modalities above for more information but one I wondered about, Bio-Energetic Cell therapy, had no link.

That could be many things.

I don't question the doctor's sincerely or his ability in his methods. I do question whether this would be enough for all the stages/forms of lyme + co.


I would not bet my life on this as anything other than being supportive. Yet, it looks to be very comprehensive. There is attention to detox of heavy metals, too.

If I lived close to this clinic, it would be interesting to learn more and talk to some of those who have been treated there - and talk to them a year after treatment.

The local support group may be of help in regard to finding those who have been there.


Their newsletters:

www.netphysician.com/newsletters.htm


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Lymetoo
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I don't see a name anywhere????

You can also check him out at www.ratemds.com

I don't know of a Dr B in GA, except for one at the FFC.

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You might be interested in this as a possible treatment - it's not quite available now - unless you can get to Germany - but it's of interest.

Maybe this doctor, this clinic in Georgia, would be interested in expanding their treatment and bringing this in.


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PM me if you have any information on an LLMD in GA.

I have quite a few more doctors on the GA list than I did before.

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Hi, I'm new here, I just got diagnosed less than 2 months ago. I see a LLMD, Dr. B in Georgia, In fact I'm going to see her today [Smile]
If you have any questions feel free to PM or email me, [email protected]

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