Hours ago I could access the German website by typing in your link. Now it won't work, but I got to it by googling "Klinic St. Georg" and it did work.
Are these other clinics also doing hyperthermia therapy?
I haven't heard of biophoton therapy yet.
I have completely changed my diet, and it helps somewhat. The best remission I had was when I combined pulses of antibiotics, supplements, three days a week of ozone therapy, a ketosis diet, and exercise. I've had all kinds of side effects from the antibiotics though, and yeast has been a big concern.
Thanks for explaining GcMaf.
You've given me a lot to research. I'm starting to feel as if I'm just getting gradually worse and that I'm slowly falling down the rabbit hole of complete Lyme devastation and just delaying the inevitable.
Thanks for giving me some other areas of treatment to research.
I think St Georg is doing hyperthermia, Paracelsus also does that, but I don't know if Sophia's is doing that.
Biophotons is done by dr. W, in Pforzheim, not a clinic, just a single doctor, and he basically treats Borrelia only.
But some people got well just with that (we also used his protocol and lyme got past history for us, but before, we had done so much, that i think biophotons was just what was missing for daughter and I to get fully back to normality.)
Are you still on keto diet? If yes, how do you feel it helps?
I tried that, but felt horrible. Each person reacts so PARTICULARLY with diets.
Now I'm on raw veggie + fruit diet, just trying it. So far, reacting well.
These clinics here have experience with bad cases of lyme.
I hope you find your answers...
I found most of my solutions through energetic testing (Sophia institute will do that, for sure, as they follow the same dr that helped daughter and I).
there are other naturopaths and MDs treating using holistic approaches (and they charge much LESS than what you guys get charged in the US).
My very experienced naturopath charged me only 80 euros an HOUR, near Freiburg, Germany.
My lyme doctor was more expensive, about
150 dollars per hour, near Luzern, Switzerland.
The problem is always to find the good professionals.
And as chronic lyme takes time to heal, it's not a matter of only treating short term, then going home (except for Dr W from Pforzheim, that only treats Borrelia)...
It is confusing, I know.
That is why for me, energy testing was so helpful (and still is): even if it does not get everything right, it can find MANY pathogen frequencies, toxins, meridians in problem, organs that are damaged, and tune each treatment for EACH problem, including detox.
It's hard to believe.
If you'd like to read about
a guy that has done SO MUCH and in the end, swears by energy testing, go to betterhealthguy.com.
He spent so much in his health, decades of suffering, now he's lyme free and swears by energy testing too.I went to the betterhealthguy.com site but was unable to really comprehend anything. I just got done helping my youngest son write a paper, and I have really got MAJOR brain fog at the moment. I'm interested to get a look at more of his info though, so thanks for that!
I wish energy testing, biophotons, and hyperthermia were more easily available here, especially biophotons since you've had such success with them. I'd love to try that. I've never even heard of that treatment before! I'll have to research it more and see if anyone provides it in the U.S.
I've had to adapt my keto diet a bit. My doctor decides almost everything by looking at blood tests because he has a PhD in biochemistry along with his MD. He said that apparently my body doesn't "like" the keto diet. It was strange because I felt great on it, but he thinks that it would cause problems for me long term. (I could have also felt good mainly because that was at the very beginning of my antibiotics.) He just told me to add in a few starches like potatoes, fruits, and more vegetables. I was thrilled to add those in!
Of course I end up cheating on the diet once in a while since no one else in my family is on it. I'm pretty good with the temptations most of the time because my sugar cravings are gone, but I suffer badly if I don't stick to mostly proteins and veggies. I think that's one of the reasons I'm having such problems right now. How could I resist when my 17 year old son made
cookies on Friday and made three tiny ones just for me thinking I could eat them since they were small? He even brought them to me on a plate! Unless people have this problem, they really don't understand, and he was being so thoughtful. I hope the rest of my family never ever has to deal with what I'm going through.
It's also been very rainy and humid where I live lately, so that could be my biggest problem. I always feel better in very tall mountains where there's less humidity and higher elevation. I haven't figured out exactly why yet, though it's probably candida related.
Let me know how your raw fruit and veggie diet goes. I will need to keep some protein in my diet for sure because it's the only way I can keep pills down, but I'm always looking to try new things.
I'm VERY anxious to hear more about
the hyperthermia treatments and hear how Sara and other people who have tried it continue to do long term. I hope she continues to post her thoughts about
it. It sounds pretty scary, but it would be worth it if it really eradicates ALL of the Lyme. (Ha! With my luck, I'd probably start hiking and camping again if I got well, and then I'd contract Lyme again!)