Do you have Lyme Disease or a tick-bourne illness?
View our checklist of Lyme Disease symptoms.
Lyme disease is the most common tick-borne illness in North America and is a bacterial illness that is spread by Deer tick bites and most likely any biting insect including mosquitos.
The east coast is a high-risk area, so you may have visited an area where Lyme disease is prevalent and if you think you have been bitten by a tick, you should seek immediate medical attention. Only a minority of insect bites leads to Lyme disease but the longer the tick remains attached to your skin, or the illness remains undetected, the greater your risk of getting the disease.
Lyme disease occurs in phases — the early phase beginning at the site of the bite with an expanding ring of redness like a bull’s eye. Lyme disease can also affect the skin, joints, heart, and the nervous system.
The chronic phase of tick borne diseases (Lyme disease) can be very difficult to detect and often misdiagnosed as MS, fibromyalgia, arthritis and psychiatric disorders. Standard treatments are often ineffective, costly and endless.
Delaware Integrative Medical Center is a Lyme literate institution and specializes in an integrative approach to the treatment of Lyme disease.
Dr. Childers, a respected international clinician in the treatment of Lyme associated diseases, frequently presents new findings at medical conferences. See his presentation to the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society on novel treatment of tick borne diseases.
Arthritis Osteoarthritis (OA) Osteoarthritis is a chronic disease affects some 27 million Americans. OA is characterized by the breakdown of cartilage – the part of a joint that cushions the ends of the bones and allows easy movement. As cartilage deteriorates, bones begin to rub against one another which can result in stiffness and pain. Read More
Adrenal Fatigue People with Adrenal Fatigue report feeling tired for no reason. They struggle to keep up with daily life, feel stressed all the time and very often crave salty or sweet snacks. Read More
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Chronic fatigue syndromes (CFS) are similar to those of most common viral infections although they last longer and can be associated with muscle aches, headache, and fatigue. Read More
Fibromyalgia Fibromyalgia produces widespread pain, disturbed sleep, and overall exhaustion. People with fibromyalgia frequently report pain all over their bodies, most notably in their muscles, ligaments and tendons along with the feeling of exhaustion.Read More
Gastrointestinal Disorders As the main gateway into our body, the gastrointestinal system, which includes the mouth, esophagus, stomach, and 26 feet of intestine and colon, is susceptible to a wide range of problems. Read More
Joint Pain Joint pain is the sensation of discomfort or soreness in a joint or joints of the body. Joints are the spaces or areas where two or more bones meet, such as the hip, knee, shoulder, elbow and ankle. Read More
Leaky Gut Syndrome Unless specifically investigated, Leaky Gut Syndrome (otherwise known as Increased Intestinal Permeability) often goes unrecognized, yet this is quite a common health problem. Read More
Migraine and Headaches Up to one quarter of the population has a migraine headache at some time in their life and about 10 percent have them regularly. The classic migraine begins with a warming “aura” – flashing lights in one eye, blurring, blind sports, distortion of vision, and tingling of the arms or face. Read More
Neuropathic pain Neuropathic pain is a complex, chronic pain state that usually is accompanied by tissue injury. With neuropathic pain, the nerve fibers themselves may be damaged, dysfunctional, or injured. Read More
Major Autohemotherapy Major auto hemotherapy (MAH) is a treatment that involves mixing the patient’s blood with medical grade ozone. This mixture is then return to the patient. Read More
Detoxification Therapy There were two basic things that the body needs in order to heal itself. One is nutrients. The other is detoxification.
IV Therapy (Myers cocktail, Vit. C) In today’s modern society of nutrient depleted foods (fast food, processed food, vegetables picked green and shipped thousands of miles and stored in coolers for weeks or months before we eat them ), and daily exposure to hundreds of toxic chemicals, our bodies are “left out in the cold” so to speak, and health suffers.
Pulse Electromagnetic Therapy Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEFT) is a reparative technique most commonly used in the treatment of areas of the body that won’t heal. This includes fractures that won’t heal as well as damage ligaments and organs. Read More
Ultraviolet blood irradiation (oxidative blood irradiation) Ultraviolet blood irradiation (UBI) is a procedure that exposes the blood to light to heighten the body’s immune response and to kill infections. With exposure to UV light, bacteria and viruses in your bloodstream absorb five times as much photonic energy as do your red and white blood cells. Read More
Chelation Therapy Chelation therapy is used to treat heavy-metal poisoning by lead, cadmium, aluminum, Mercury, arsenic, and even iron. Because chelation appears to improve circulation and reduce toxic chemical reactions in the body, it has also been used successfully for the treatment of angina, coronary artery disease, atherosclerosis, arthritis, diabetes, high blood pressure, even Eye disease such as macular degeneration.
Frequency Specific Micro current Frequency Specific Microcurrent provides a mechanism to restore in organisms energy that is been adversely impacted by injury, toxins, infection, inflammation, or stress even when other treatments have failed.
Ozone Sauna Ozone therapy can be used effectively as a sauna. The Patient sits in a personal steam sauna. The sauna heats up to a comfortable temperature and then carbon dioxide gas is infused into the sauna.