Alternative Options

Suggestions & Alternative Options 

Online Consultations

Possible Treatment for Tick Bites (Ask First)
All Exams Performed Using Video/Phone From Your Home or Office
Prevent Additional Exposure To Germs In A Doctor's Waiting & Exam Rooms  

Possible Treatment for Tick Bites (Ask First)
More Video/Phone Consults

Order Lab Tests You Want 
No Doctor Signatures Needed

(They have doctors on staff to sign the lab requests)

Lyme Treating Health Care Professionals 
Evaluating Your Symptoms & Treatment Options 
Immediately After A Tick Bite 

New York

Search Tools For Alternative Providers

MTHFR Treatment Providers

Morgellons/Lyme Disease

Ozone Therapy Providers

Before Choosing A Provider

Please see our list of NOT RECOMMENDED located here.  This is a partial list- still under construction. 

*** Due to the extremely high number of complaints from Lyme patients we do not recommend Johns Hopkins doctors when you, and especially your children, are dealing with a Lyme diagnosis and treatment.***

*** Due to the extremely high number of complaints from Lyme patients across the country we do not recommend the HOLD THE Mayo Clinic or its labs when dealing with a Lyme diagnosis or treatment.***

Suggestions for States With Few Or No Listings

1.  Pick the state nearest you and check their listings.

2.  Go to a friend or relatives home (out-of-state) to visit.  While there see a doctor practicing in that area.

3.  Contact alternative health care practitioners (links to help you are provided above) and ask if they can treat patients with Lyme and tick borne diseases or at least address some of your symptoms.  Often the MD and alternative doctors work well together and typically both are utilized to improve your health.

4.  Contact your local chiropractors, acupuncturists, naturopathic doctors and others to ask if they can treat Lyme and tick borne disease patients or at least some of your symptoms until you can find a medical doctor or nurse practitioner treating Lyme disease.  Ask them if they know anyone you can be referred to in your area.

5.  Work with your local doctor and ask them to consult with a Lyme treating doctor to follow your case.

6.  Find a Lyme treating doctor in another state who will provide phone and/or Skype consults after being seen for the first time.

7.  Contact a volunteer Lyme support group or patient advocate in or near your area for suggestions.  You can find some listed here.

8.  Search online for alternative and Lyme treating medical doctors treatment protocols and consider treating based on those options (always treat with the assistance and guidance of a health care professional).

9.  Join a support group in or around your location (or online) to see if they have suggestions.

10.  Ask others with Lyme disease for a recommendation.     

To Contact A Support Group or 

Volunteer Advocate In Your Area

Click HERE

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Lyme Disease Association (LDA)

Doctor Referral

Click HERE

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Contact Your State's Online Support Group

Click HERE

Quote taken from a thank you note a Lyme patient sent me.  She was originally looking for a regular neurologist with Lyme knowledge (few and far between) and having none available to recommend I sent her the "Chiropractor Neurology- Search" link below.  June 2018

"Short version...I found a neuro chiropractor...the only one in my area is a few miles down the street. After 2 visits, he has done more for me than all the doctors at the top hospitals in Boston could do. Visit 3 on Monday. He accepts all insurance including Medicaid. I hope to be back to work and functional in 30 days." 

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