of Lyme disease – will help you try to locate an LLMD near you for free: “Turn the Corner volunteers proudly answer inquiries from Lyme patients throughout the world and provide free, information about Lyme-Literate medical professionals in your area.” Here is the link here is their email for inquiries (they will only answer by email): [email protected]
has a Lyme disease forum where they have a “Seeking a Physician” section.
Go to their website email them at [email protected] call them at 301-263-1080 (they are on EST).
That said, “computers don’t know the cause of a pattern.
They don’t have the human appetite to get to the bottom of the matter, and they don’t ask, ‘Just how does cause A lead to effect B?
Luckily, you can contact one of the Lyme disease organizations I have listed below and request a doctor referral for a Lyme-literate physician (it’s free! Seeing a Lyme-literate doctor is important because they have experience in treating not just acute Lyme disease, but chronic Lyme disease and the many co-infections that ticks can transmit.
Here is how to get a Lyme-literate physician referral in your area: 1.