tpup, I'm going to stick my neck out here with an opinion about Lyme's doctors. I don't have the experience here that some do but I'm going to give it a shot based on my recent research.
So anyone feel free to set me straight if I am miss-informed.
Lyme's disease treatment seems to be rather controversial. I have been studying current events and treatments for a friend that is too sick to do it himself. I had Lyme's a long time ago and have had to play catch up because apparently my situation is relatively unique.
Anyways, I'm reading that treating Lyme's doctors from ILADS get trashed on internet by the IDSA. The IDSA doctors seem to be fighting an anti chronic lyme's battle that is motivated by money. I just read about the investigation of them by a State Attorney General. His findings are pretty convincing. So it seems that any chronic Lyme's doctor that does not do what the IDSA rules say, they are targets and accused of overcharging, over medicating and over treating. I'm not saying that may not be the case sometimes, I don't know by experience, only what I'm reading about. Ha, I don't even know what doctors you saw reviews for but if they are bad reviews about ILADS doctors then it's important to know that it might not be about lyme's as much as the politics of it.
I did a lot of my reading on www.canlyme.com, http://www.lymepolicywonk.org/, http://www.ilads.org/, and http://www.lymediseaseassociation.org/