So you think because you live in Brooklyn… Lyme disease can’t affect you?
Listen to Dr. Warren M. Levin MD. He has been treating Lyme disease since the mid 90′s – learn why it applies to YOU and what you can do prevent getting Lyme disease
Learn why many people with Lyme disease don’t even know they have it – and instead are treating the symptoms without treating the cause.
Dr. Warren M. Levin is recognized as the “East Coast Dean of Alternative Medicine”
He established the first (W)holistic and Integrative Medical Practice in New York City in 1974. Since then he has lead the way as:
The first to offer IV Chelation Therapy for Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease in New York State and the Northeast USA.
In 1985 Dr. Levin reported a study to the American Academy of Environmental Medicine on the link between Chronic Candida and Intestinal Parasites
One of the first to document the connection of Candida (Yeast)infections with Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Multiple Chemical Sensitivities and most recently with refractory Lyme disease.
In 1990 he was the first New York State Physician to enter a Study on the use of DMPS for Mercury Toxicity.
In 2000 Dr. Levin was the Principal Investigator in an FDA reviewed IRB approved Study on the Use of Human Growth Hormone (hGH) in Anti-Aging.
An early pioneer in treating Autism, Asperger’s, ADD/ADHD, and Learning Disabilities with avoidance of allergenic foods, environments, and toxins, as well as correcting demonstrable metabolic errors and infections.
In 2003 Dr. Levin was the first to recognize and report Lyme Induced Autism.
Listen to the show for the answer to these questions:
1) Most people know two things about Lyme disease – It’s bad and it comes from Ticks. What are the signs and symptoms of Lyme disease and how does one get it?
2) What percentage of tick bites results in Lyme disease? What should one watch for with a tick bite?
3) I understand that you yourself have had Lyme disease twice. How did you get it and what did you learn from it?
4) How accurate is the test for Lyme disease? And why does a false negative occur?
5) If Lyme disease is not diagnosed and treated early what can happen?
6) Can Lyme disease be treated only with antibiotics? What about herbs? Ozone?
7) How does the physician know when treatment has been effective? What happens if the treatment is stopped too soon?
8) Since Lyme disease is an infection what other co-infections could be transmitted together with the Lyme organism?
9) What precautions should people take to avoid getting Lyme disease?
10) What if someone thinks they may have been bitten by a tick but have no signs or symptoms?
11) If our listeners would like more information about Lyme disease where can they look?
Warren M. Levin M.D.