Are you frustrated dealing with the endless symptoms of chronic Lyme disease? Are you ready to take control and truly make a difference in the lives of your clients?
As a nurse coach, you know that chronic Lyme can affect multiple body systems, including the nervous, musculoskeletal, and immune systems.
But it doesn’t stop there. Chronic Lyme can also open the door to a host of other illnesses and conditions:
•Co-infections (Babesiosis, Bartonellosis, Anaplasmosis, etc)
•Healy Metal Poisoning
•Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS)
•Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
•Cognitive impairment (e.g., “brain fog”)
•Mood disorders (e.g., depression, anxiety)
•Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
•Cardiac symptoms (e.g., palpitations, heart block)
•Neurological symptoms (e.g., numbness, tingling, Bell’s palsy)
But don’t let the complexity of this disease defeat you. Experienced coaches know that treating chronic Lyme is a marathon, not a sprint – a chess match, not tick-tack-toe.
With the right knowledge and skills, you can make a real impact in the lives of your clients.
Don’t rely on luck. Learn how to pick apart the clinical presentation and identify concurrent illnesses that need to be addressed separately.
Take control of your patients’ care and be part of the solution.
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3. National Institutes of Health. Lyme disease. https://www.ninds.nih.gov/Disorders/All-Disorders/Lyme-Disease-Information
4. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Lyme disease. https://www.cdc.gov/lyme/index.html