Naturopathic Physician has helped many people in New Lenox to evaluate and help treat this ever more common infectious disease. Regardless of what stage the patient is in, Dr. Van Lopik and his team can help.
Depending on the stage of the disease there are several different areas which must be considered in treatment as Lyme disease can have an effect on a multitude of different systems of the body (Digestive, Circulatory, Neurological, Endocrine, Immune and Respiratory systems, to name only a few).
Fortunately, naturopathic medicine is a holistic form of alternative medicine. Thus, it focuses on treating all the systems of the body to help rebuild and restore your health.
Lyme Disease Testing in New Lenox
Lyme disease can be difficult to diagnose without proper testing as it shares symptoms with many other diseases. Early stage Lyme disease has many flu-like symptoms including headache, fever, fatigue (malaise) and muscle soreness. The majority of people with Lyme disease do have the visible sign of Erythema Migrans (a bull’s-eye like rash) as the disease is transferred by a tick bite. However, the lack of the rash has led to many misdiagnosed cases.
Naturopathic Physician has the knowledge and resources needed to fully test a person for Lyme disease. We have helped many people in New Lenox. Contact Naturopathic Physician for a comprehensive scientific evaluation and customized treatment plan.
Helpful Tips for Lyme disease
- Most importantly is if you find signs of Lyme disease you will need to see a professional as soon as possible. Treatment of Lyme disease is most effective if caught early. If you see a bull’s-eye like rash or if you are suffering from flu like symptoms then it is important to get tested.
- If you are worried about ticks then place wood shavings at the perimeter of your property. Ticks dislike walking on wood chips and this can help prevent ticks on your New Lenox property.
Symptoms of Lyme diseases:
- Bull’s eye shaped rash (not everyone gets a rash
- Flu like symptoms
- Stiffness of joints
- Joint pain
- Bell’s Palsy
- Numbness and/or weakness of limbs
- Impaired muscle movement