Would it be easier & perhaps easier w/ insurance to see an LLMD in Ct. I think i've seen posted that NY is especially hard on alternative care physicians?
Only if the person lives in CT and, if they don't, then I'd think they'd need out-of-network coverage...
Please know that most LLMD's don't accept insurance since many insurance companies deny coverage for needed treatment and are prone to persecute LLMD's.
Unfortunately, there is quite the political battle going on over chronic Lyme and its treatment. Thus, getting proper treatment often means paying cash.
At best, it seems we can get some of our abx and lab tests covered by insurance.
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Jul '14 started what proved to be inadequate treatment ala PCP day after nymph deer tick bite
Sept '14 met LLMD - clinically dx'd with Lyme due to Bells Palsy - confirmed via CDC positive WB
Feb '15 transitioned off abx and started full Cowden protocol along w/LDN
Aug '15 started transition to Buhner's Lyme, Babesia & Bartonella protocols
Nov '15 stopped LDN - 98% healed!!