Many patients with Lyme disease and co-infections such as Bartonella experience the effects of inflammation in the brain and central nervous system. One of the chapters of Dr. Bock’s latest book, Brain Inflamed, is dedicated to the effect of Lyme disease and co-infections in the brain.
Many Lyme patients have challenges with equilibrium and balance, both of which are influenced by vision and depth perception.
Do you know a tree planter who’s getting ready to head out into the wilderness?
The second episode of Looking at Lyme features an interview with Justin Wood, founder of Geneticks Canada. In this episode, Justin takes us deep into the world of ticks.
Download the Educator Resource and accompanying slidedeck…we would love to get your feedback! We are seeking educators who are willing to pilot and provide feedback …
It was a really interesting year to deepen our understanding about tick-borne illnesses. We’re at the end of season one, and we’ll be back with season two in 2021.
Steve Smith has worked in the outdoor industry for over twenty years, in the field, in the office, in the board room, and in national conference leadership roles, specializing in program quality, risk management, and staff training.
Dr. Ralph Hawkins received his medical degree in 1981 from the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, before completing his fellowships in internal medicine and nephrology …