ILADS has taken the bold step from staying under the radar to leading the way to better LYME treatment. Today many “expert” Lyme doctors are training Medical doctors to recognize Lyme, basic treatment with written treatment guidelines. You can download the Treatment Guidelines yourself, I look forward to reading.
In theory it sounds good for Lyme suffers looking for a diagnosis. My question is how can a Medical doctor take one short course and spend a week shadowing an “expert” prepare them to treat a complex diseases which manifest itself differently in each individual. I agree some knowledge is better than no knowledge.
Below are the opportunities for physicians to participate in ILADS coursework. M
The International Lyme and Associated Diseases Education Foundation is a sister organization of ILADS. Its missions are to train physicians in the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme and tick-borne disease, and to support research scientists…
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