Asheville, NC (PRWEB) March 10, 2008
Lyme Disease researchers announce part two of a multi-part audio interview series with Lyme experts. Listeners can hear Lyme-literate physicians, health practitioners and others in the Lyme community speak about prevention, symptoms, diagnoses and treatment. The online interview series, created by the Lyme Disease Research Database, provides health experts with a platform for reaching patients and others affected by the disease. Learn about the expert audio interview series -- http://www.lyme-disease-research-database.com/lyme_expert_interview_series.html
"Lyme disease causes so many symptoms, and it's probably a root cause for a lot of diseases that are considered incurable by conventional medicine," says W. Lee Cowden, MD, in part one of the online interview series.
Renowned physician and medical researcher Cowden, and master herbalist and psychotherapist Stephen Harrod Buhner, author of 'Healing Lyme: Natural Healing and Prevention of Borreliosis and its Coinfections' are two of the experts included in the first part of the series. Learn more about Lyme disease symptoms -- http://www.lyme-disease-research-database.com/lyme-disease-symptoms.html
The interview series gives listeners the opportunity to learn the latest about symptoms, protocols and treatments of the disease directly from Lyme-literate doctors and health care practitioners themselves. Others include Naturopathic doctor Tod Thoring, and Jean Reist, RN. Both treat patients who have been diagnosed with Lyme disease. Dr. Thoring addresses the role of stress, and Jean Reist discusses the importance of lymph system drainage. She suggests ways to keep the lymph draining properly, an action which, Reist says, helps patients from having to deal with the healing crisis known as the Herxheimer reaction.
Experts invited to speak in part two represent a broad range of medical and health perspectives, from conventional pharmaceutical approaches to integrative therapies that include herbal protocols and other alternative healing methods. Keep up-to-date with Lyme disease topics with the LDRD blog -- http://www.lyme-disease-research-database.com/lyme_disease_blog.html
About LDRD (lyme-disease-research-database.com):
Private health and wellness advocates have been gathering information on conventional and integrative approaches to educate the public on Lyme disease since 2005.
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