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kyproellas
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I'm in NC and considering traveling up to see Dr. H in VA.

I know she follows the Dr S* protocol and she may take insurance but I wanted to see if anyone here has any personal experience.

Appreciate any advice you can offer.

Thanks

**edited name of Lyme-related MD**

[ 02-26-2014, 07:54 PM: Message edited by: Lymetoo ]

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PM sent...hope we are talking about the same dr.
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See page 13 of the Burrascano Guidelines. Dr. S. does not have a lyme treatment protocol and he doesn't treat lyme disease.

He helps people who need to detox from the lyme neurotoxins. That's it. It is just one of many aspects of treating lyme disease.

Dr. S is in Maryland, but nobody in Maryland goes to him for lyme treatment. He is an expert in various toxins including lyme toxins.

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Understood. I'm still looking into Dr. S's work but feel that this may be the reason I'm having difficulty and need to find a doc that emphasizes the detox process as an important part of treatment.
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