Lyme Disease & Coinfections

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The origins of Lyme disease date back over 5,300 years. Today, the prevalence of this disease is on the rise. It only takes a simple tick bite to transmit the bacteria of Borrelia burgdorferi from a tick to a human.

Bacteria enter the body and cause a variety of symptoms, ranging from rashes to fevers, fatigue, and joint pain. In some cases, the transferral of many types of bacteria may result in patients having a co-infection, resulting in similar symptoms to chronic fatigue syndrome.

Dr. Cécile Jadin

In this webinar, Dr. Cécile Jadin explores Lyme Disease & Coinfections. Dr. Jadin discusses the causes, symptoms, and treatment options for Lyme Disease and its coinfections. Additionally, the full antibiotherapy protocol is described along with practical advice about how to manage risks associated with this disease.