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Barcode37821002506570
StatusChecked Out
LocationMarshall District
TitleRecovery from Lyme disease : the integrative medicine guide to diagnosing and treating tick-borne illness / Daniel A. Kinderlehrer ; foreword by Joseph J. Burrascano Jr.
AuthorKinderlehrer, Daniel A., author.
Call No616.9 KIN
CollectionAdult New Arrivals
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616.9 KIN Due on 3/8/2024  

Catalog Details

International Standard Book Number 9781510773172 (pbk.)
International Standard Book Number 1510773177 (pbk.)
Dewey Decimal Classification Number 616.9246
Personal Name Kinderlehrer, Daniel A., author.
Title Statement Recovery from Lyme disease : the integrative medicine guide to diagnosing and treating tick-borne illness / Daniel A. Kinderlehrer ; foreword by Joseph J. Burrascano Jr.
Varying Form of Title Integrative medicine guide to diagnosing and treating tick-borne illness.
Imprint New York : Skyhorse Publishing, 2023
Physical Description 370 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
General Note "How to recognize & overcome chronic infection" --cover.
Formatted Contents Note Section one: Anatomy lessons. Anatomy of an illness -- Anatomy of an epidemic -- Anatomy of the Lyme wars -- Section two: Meet the bugs. It's complicated -- Acute Lyme disease -- Presentation of chronic Lyme disease -- Laboratory evaluation of Lyme disease -- Treatment of chronic Lyme disease -- Babesia -- Bartonella -- Mycoplasma -- Rickettsiales -- The other borrelias -- Powassan virus -- Section three: It's all connected. Endocrine dysfunction -- Gastrointestinal issues -- Nervous system disorders -- Inflammation -- Detoxification -- Diet and nutrition -- Fatigue -- Section four: What else. Other considerations -- Alternative treatments -- Frequently asked questions -- Section five: Last thoughts. The challenge.
Summary, Etc. "Lyme Disease is a major problem. While the CDC reported 427,000 new cases in 2017 based on surveillance criteria, actual numbers based on clinical diagnosis put that number at well over one million. It is now well accepted that 10 to 20 percent of these cases go on to become a chronic illness, and these numbers don’t even include those people who became chronically ill without ever witnessing a tick attachment or a bull’s-eye rash. In other words, hundreds of thousands of people develop a chronic illness every year with Lyme disease....[Dr. Kinderlehrer's] integrative approach offers the most up-to-date and comprehensive plan available for treating and beating this disease. It discusses brand new treatments such as disulfiram, which is being hailed as a major breakthrough, as well as the use of cannabis to treat pain, anxiety, and inflammation among other developments in the field." --publisher's website.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Integrative medicine.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Lyme disease Treatment.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Tick-borne diseases Treatment.