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kitts
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Any one have experience with this place or know anything about it? THis place was recommended to me as a place that has good results in treating Lyme.

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Kitty
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That place was once on my list to consider but I choose somewhere similiar and local.

I think if you can find somewhere who approaches lyme with an integrative approach it is a good choice.

That is a personal choice though and some may agree and some may not

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I went there awhile ago when I was taking a break from antibiotics, and was desperate.

I would not recommend this place. They were all about the money, and it didn't help me much at all.

The treatments were way overpriced. I had heard good things too, but overall it was a bad experience. Cannot recommend this place at all.

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What treatments did you get there?? H
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I sent you a PM with more specifics.

But it was basically homeopathy, rife, nutritional IV's, bioidentical hormones, etc.

In my opinion, they are not "lyme literate."

Also, I think their reputation may have been built on previous treatments that may have worked for some, but are no longer being used there. They had a shot that they stopped giving, probably because the FDA busted them for what was in it, but maybe because someone had a bad reaction to it and sued. I dunno.

But none of the people that were there when I was there were getting better.

I'm sure you would be much better off finding a lyme literate ND out West, than going to this clinic.

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Interesting. I looked at their wedsite. It looks like a lot of $$$. And in one of their pages they use the word LYMES . THat pretty much says it all for me.

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