Living with Lyme Retreat – By Dr. Jolene Ross

The weekend of June 17th to 19th, 2016, I had the pleasure of attending the “Living with Lyme Retreat” held at the lovely Glastonbury Abbey in Hingham, Massachusetts. This retreat was sponsored by Lyme Awareness of Cape Cod. Jim and I arrived on Friday late afternoon and received a warm welcome followed by a barrage […]

Anna*, 30, Lyme Disease, bedridden for months due to symptoms

“My Lyme had destroyed my short-term memory and my ability to communicate coherently. I would blend my words, or not be able to find the word I wanted, or just not be able to get the words out of my mouth. I always sounded angry because I was literally forcing the words off my tongue. […]

Father of 18 yearold suffering from Lyme disease

“I have no doubt that the treatment [my son] received at Advanced Neurotherapy is in part responsible for my son regaining his active life back.” “My son Jerry was beaten down by 3 years of suffering with a half dozen symptoms, his life severely circumscribed by his sickness. To cope, he was on a kind […]

Lyme Disease and Mental Health

By Dr. Jolene Ross Today, at the cutting edge of psychological treatment, there are two questions: “Why?” and “Can this be corrected?” Given that this week is Mental Health Week and Lyme Awareness Month, I would like to point out that there is often an intersection between mental health and Lyme disease. Among other things, […]

Lyme Disease Prevention: 9 Steps to Prevent Tick Bites

Summer is just around the corner, and people are beginning to spend more time outdoors, enjoying the warmth and sunshine. However, Lyme disease has been consistently on the rise. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention claim Lyme disease to be affecting up to 300,000 people each year with the majority of […]