Lyme disease is called the Great Imitator because it mimics about 350 different diseases. Many times, doctors miss a Lyme diagnosis simply because they don’t understand the gravity and widespread occurrence of Lyme, or because they don’t understand testing methods and result interpretations.
The average person sees about 8 to 12 doctors over several years before receiving an accurate diagnosis. There are many challenges with both diagnosing Lyme and finding appropriate treatment. If you or someone you know is having a hard time discovering the “root” of their health concerns, please visit the health professionals at Forum Health. We have many ways of discovering underlying causes and initiating appropriate treatments.
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