Doctor Referrals 

If you were just bitten by a tick and/or have a rash or other symptoms you can print out the official treatment protocols linked below.  There are one page hand-outs you can take to your local doctor, emergency room or walk-in clinic.  One link below has recommendations for treating children and the other is for treating adults.


Adult- Treatment Protocols

One-page Printable Document To Take To Your Local Doctor

Click HERE

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Children- Treatment Protocols

One-page Printable Document To Take To Your Local Doctor

Click HERE

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For Doctor Referrals

National Lyme Disease Association (LDA)

Online Referrals, Click HERE

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Maryland Area Medical Providers

List With Contact Info- Click HERE

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Maryland Support Groups- Local Doctor Referrals

Contact Information, Click HERE

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Lyme Referrals

Contact State Online Support Groups for Referrals 

Click HERE

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LymeNet (LN)

Online Referrals By Patient Volunteers, Click HERE

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For Pain & Neurological Symptoms

American Chiropractic Neurology Board- Click Here

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Websites of Lyme Treating Health Care Professionals

Click HERE

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 Answers to Basic Questions & Online Groups for Referrals

Contact Information, Click HERE

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International Lyme & Associated Diseases Society (ILADS)

For Doctor Training & Conference Information

Email  or

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 We recommend you work with your current doctor for Lyme disease treatment.  

If you are not satisfied and wish to consider a second opinion with a doctor who specializes in treating tick-borne diseases, the above gives you a starting point to help you with your search.

The names provided by the sources listed above are often compiled from various sources, including feedback from patients and information provided by Lyme disease support groups.  Please check with the various doctor’s offices for information on their policies, fee structure, and insurance issues before making an appointment. 

We are not medical professionals and cannot recommend a specific doctor, nor make any guarantees or warranties of any kind. 

Why is it so hard to find a doctor?


Doctors Have Been Threatened If They Treat Patients

Beyond the Minimal "Insurance Friendly" Treatment Protocols

 Even If Patients Remain Ill


Infectious Disease Doctors Often 

Mistakenly Get Their Information From

A Handful of Discredited IDSA Treatment Guideline 

Authors Or The Guidelines Themselves  


A Government Employee (NIH) Has Been 

Stalking, Tormenting & Threatening

Lyme Disease Support Group Leaders

Lyme Disease Organizations &

Doctors Treating Lyme Disease 

For Almost Two Decades 


Lyme Guideline Authors & Some Supporters 

Publicly Harass & Torment 

Lyme Treating Doctors, 

Volunteer Organizations & 

Support Group Leaders, 

Referring to Them (Most Nicely)

As A "Threat To Public Health"


A Large Percentage of Lyme Treating Doctors 

Nationwide Have Been Approached 

By Medical Boards, Threatened, Sanctioned, 

Charged With Violations and 

Some Have Lost Their Medical Licenses 

As A Result


For these reasons and more 

It will be quite difficult to find a 

Lyme treating doctor.  


We suggest you share the 

ILADS Treatment Guidelines

With Your Own Doctor!

And please, thank them for 

Helping you if they do.  


We recommend steering clear of 

infectious disease doctors, 

neurologists and rheumotologists 

that follow the Infectious Disease Society 

of America (IDSA) Lyme Guidelines.

Some are still hanging on and can be found 

At the Mayo Clinic, Yale, Mass General, 

NY Medical College & Johns Hopkins.