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Lyme Disease Treatment Center

Treating Patients From All Over The World - (480) 418-0220

Lyme disease is a bacterial infection that stems from a tick bite. It develops from a bacteria called “spirochete" (the Borrelia Burgdorferi). The first sign of Lyme disease is the development of a skin rash. As it progresses, the individual develops arthritis and flu-like symptoms. The parts of the body most affected are the joints, skin, heart, and the nervous system. A tick will bite the skin, which sends the bacteria into the body. Unfortunately, many patients do not realize when a tick has bitten them. It is possible that the symptoms could be mistaken for another illness or disease. That is why it is so important to have one of our doctors rule out any other conditions as soon as possible.

As one of the most recognized Lyme disease treatment centers in the nation, you can be confident that we understand how serious Lyme disease is. Arizona Center for Advanced Medicine is a diversified integrative medical center serving Arizona and the entire world. We combine our experience with traditional and alternative medicine to deliver a holistic medical experience. What sets our Lyme disease treatment center apart is that Arizona is one of only a handful of states that allows alternative medicine to be practiced alongside traditional medicine. We do not simply treat the symptoms—we help you heal so that you no longer have to suffer from the disease.

Lyme Disease Treatments

With the appropriate forms of treatment, eradicating Lyme Disease is certainly possible, and patients can expect to recover rapidly.

While antibiotic treatment is the most common form of treatment, other treatments include:

  • Antibiotic treatments – Up to 8 weeks of treatment typically provided
  • IV nutritional therapy – Vitamins and minerals are delivered intravenously and directly to the cells, to aid in repair and healing.
  • Bioenergetics therapy – The body and mind are unified in this therapeutic form of treatment.
  • Detoxification therapy – The body is encouraged to heal by removing the toxins that have built up in the body’s system.
  • Biophotonic therapy – Ultraviolet light is exposed to the body to kill of bacteria/viruses and promote a more balanced immune system.

Some Of The Most Common Symptoms Of Lyme Disease Include:

  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Numbness
  • Muscle pain
  • Palpitations
  • Memory problems
  • Loss of facial muscle tone
  • Tingling
  • Stiff neck
  • Weakness
  • Swollen joints

The International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society

ILADS was founded as a need to promote awareness and garner support for those who suffer from Lyme disease and co-infections, not only amongst the greater community, but for doctors as well. The problem with the overall perception of how to treat Lyme disease is that the problem only lasts for several weeks, can easily be treated, and does not lead to a chronic problem. At Arizona Center for Advanced Medicine, we know that this simply is not true.

Many factors can impact how far along the disease has progressed as well as how the patient will respond to certain treatments. That said, even with a course of antibiotics to address the symptoms, if a patient shows no signs of improvement, then it may be necessary to rethink the treatment options that go beyond antibiotics, though not necessarily abandoning them.

ILADS reaches out to a network of physicians to assist with diagnosing, finding the appropriate scientific research and literature, and begin a round of treatment. The ILADs guidelines for treatments was included in the National Guidelines Clearing House, which can be found at the following links: ILADS and National Quality Measures Clearing House. This is a distinguished achievement that demonstrates our team’s continued practice and dedication to helping patients overcome Lyme disease.

How Arizona Center for Advanced Medicine Can Help You

Arizona Center for Advanced Medicine is a diversified integrative medical center serving Arizona and the entire world. We combine our experience with traditional and alternative medicine to deliver you a holistic medical experience. What sets our Lyme disease treatment center apart is that Arizona is one of only a handful of states that allows alternative medicine to be practiced alongside traditional medicine.

We do not simply treat the symptoms—we help you heal so that you no longer have to suffer from the disease. Please do not hesitate to contact us. While we do not currently take insurance, we are pleased to offer treatments at a reasonable price.

Your satisfaction is our priority. Be sure to contact us today to schedule an appointment!

 *Disclaimer: There is no guarantee of successes for any given medical treatment. Each individual is unique and may respond differently to our medical services, meaning results may vary for each person.

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