I have not found one in Milwaukee either. Where were you when you got bit? I was in New Berlin. Curious. I have found one in Fox Valley though. Google Fox Valley Wellness and you'll get the doctor's name and number. It's a nice drive up to Appleton on hwy 45.
I have a neg lyme test...but this doctor has been treating me anyways. I stopped treatment all together at the end of June - my idea, not the docs. I ran out of money and needed to find someone on my insurance plan. Up popped up my symptoms again. 2 infectious disease doctors tell me if I have a negative test I do not have lyme. One of them, when I asked why the antibiotic seemed to help then, thought it a plecebo effect or an anti-inflammatory effect. I'm not sure who to believe...the lyme lit doctor who sells me a whole lot of supplements and costs me a lot and has done odd tests and odd treatments... or the infectious disease doctors who are in my insurance plan. All my blood tests, no matter what they are for are coming back great. I do not have an auto=immune disease, I do not have diabetes, I do not have... My general practitionar is now looking at me like this is all in my head. But, why then do my joints hurt and stabbing pains in them and my bladder spasms... It's like I have gout, but I don't! Clarithromycn helped. The infectious disease doctor said that isn't even known to help lyme. I'm just baffled. I went to an endocronologist last week. I'm waiting test results back from him. This doctor up north had put me on Armour Thyroid, but according to the Endrocronologist, due to the lowest level of Synthroid I was on, that was the worst thing I could have done. hmmm.... Anyhow, I am very confused by all this.