One of the most common questions I get is “what is your treatment protocol?” Here’s the thing – I don’t have one! At least not one that can be mapped or duplicated.

I’ve tried so many things over the years – it sometimes seems there is no rhyme or reason to what works or when or why. What works for me, may not work for you, but I wanted to share some of what I’ve learned and especially the things that have helped. So below is a compilation of the things that have provided some relief or given me improvement.

The hard part is that most treatment for chronic Lyme is not covered under insurance – so it can be expensive and we have learned to be creative. As they say – if there’s a will there’s a way. So if you find yourself being intrigued by a particular treatment – don’t let discouragement or fear keep you from trying it.


Let me start with my doctor team – these are the best of the best and I recommend all of them.

Neck and head pain (click for more details)

  • Percussion/Vibration
  • Cold Laser Therapy
  • Posture Pump (not good for me but I recommend it for those who have mild neck stiffness and pain)

Tools for the home

  • Green Air Pro 2
  • Power plate – exercise is important, however aerobic exercise can do more damage than good (try core strengthening as you can)
  • Bio-mat


One of the most important things you can do to help your body heal is change what you eat:


  • ALL sugars
  • Processed foods
  • Gluten & wheat
  • MSG


  • Grass fed meats & dairy products
  • Healthy fats & carbs (carbs like potatoes turn to sugar)
  • Lots of veggies
  • Certified mold free coffee
  • Grains that are whole or sprouted
  • Nuts that have been soaked and roasted

Diet Options:

  • GAPS – Gut And Psychology
  • Whole30
  • Keto (limited meat plan – not just reduced carbs)
  • Mediterranean
  • Low carbohydrate

Personal Care

  • Sea Salt – Celtic vs Himilayan
  • Oil pulling – coconut and ginger
  • Chemicals


My supplements change all the time and are tailor made for my body. These listed here are general ones that may be helpful, but I strongly encourage you to listen to your body. I am not a doctor, but I have a few tricks up my sleeve to help figure out what might help.

  • Probiotics (Psychobiotics) – critical for digestive as well as anxiety and depression
  • Kava Root (for sleep)
  • Benegene (for energy)
  • Vitamins – D with K2, high dose C, A, B complex (Recommendation for a good multi – GEMS


  • Sauna – JHL
  • Massage (lymph drainage)
  • Hydrocolonics
  • Lemon water
  • Detox baths
  • Dry brushing

Essential oils

  • Lemon
  • Eucalyptus
  • EMF protector – sage, wood, citrus
  • Nutmeg
  • Capoiba
  • Peppermint

Neuroplasticity –Brain Training

Emotional Well-being

  • Relationship / Forgiveness Coaching – this is not counseling or therapy, it’s a series of surprisingly healing sessions with an amazing couple who have taught me how to manage the overwhelming and intense emotions years of sickness have brought to the surface.
  • Highly Sensitive People
  • Family & Friends
    Other Lyme Patients
    Blogging, Raising Awareness and Advocating