I watched this YouTube video recently, an interview with Dr. Jemsek in DC
He was very specific about the spine areas where he always sees Borreliosis problems.
He was saying that the spine, especially the upper back, shoulders and neck (he even named the vertebrae) are where these bacteria like to go, and this leads to wasting and degradation. My neck where it meets the back of my head cracks loudly and often and I can't swivel my head from side to side without hearing this inner gristly sound. I had some flirtations with spinal cord injuries from athletic activities when I was younger, surfing in shallow waters for instance that had twisted my spine and made my tongue go numb inside my head, so yeah Borreliosis digs into past trauma areas I believe. I have sleep apnea now and fear deeper neuro issues, have air hunger and experience a nerve block when I try to swallow sometimes. It's alarming, part of me wants to do a heavy abx dose, the other part fears a life threatening herx (or just the feeling like I'm dying during it is dreadful.)
Anyway, stiff neck, cracking neck (unusually and often) is another classic Lyme symptom.
Bb+Co bite ~10+ years ago, bullseye rash, concussion(s)
sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome, tachycardia, chills, fevers, migrating pains, fatigue, vertical nail ridges
untreated until recently (~3 years now)
Buhner's Protocol, Doxycycline, Amoxicillin, Supplements,
Minocycline, Metronidazole, Bactrim
IgG via IgeneX 31-IND, 41++, 58+ (Sep-2016)
IgM via IgeneX 31+, 41-IND (Sep-2016)