Havertown, PA (PRWEB) May 20, 2009
The Haverford Wellness Center officially launched a new web site today that is dedicated to giving advanced, yet clear, information on Lyme disease. It is designed to be a starting point for those who suffer from Lyme disease, helping the patient to get the proper diagnosis and treatment for the troublesome condition at the renowned facility.
Lyme disease has always been one of the most difficult diseases for the medical community to tackle. Since it can start with the bite of a tick, Lyme disease is prevalent all across the United States. Because it is so difficult to diagnose, it is full of medical controversy.
Unlike the majority of medical diseases, there is no single test to prove someone does not have lyme disease. Yet, if a test comes back negative, many clinics, doctors and healthcare plans will just take it as fact that someone does not have Lyme disease. As the Haverford Wellness Center has shown over and over again, this is simply not true.
How do you know if you have lyme disease? Medical Director Dr. Domenick Braccia said: "Lyme disease is difficult to diagnose. It is known as 'the great pretender' because it mimics the symptoms of many other conditions. Patients get ping-ponged around the medical system because general doctors simply don't have the expertise to properly diagnose it. The Haverford Medical Center was started to give hope to those who are suffering. Even if they are suffering from 'late stage' or "chronic Lyme disease."
Located in Pennsylvania, the Haverford Wellness Center has become known throughout the northeastern United States for its scientific methods of detecting the difficult disease and effective ways of curing Lyme disease.
What separates Haverford from other medical facilities is their techniques to diagnose Lyme disease. Without a reliable method for a negative test, Haverford does a series of tests until they are satisfied they can verify with a high percentage of accuracy whether someone does or does not have Lyme disease.
And the results are nothing short of remarkable. Thetreatment records prove that 88 percent of their Lyme disease patients are cured within 56 days.
Dr. Braccia said: "The key to our success is accurate diagnosis. In a day and age where most people can't even get properly diagnosed with Lyme disease, we are proud that nearly nine out of ten people are cured within two months.
About The Haverford Wellness Lyme treatment and cure center
The Haverford Wellness Center is considered one of the nation's leaders at diagnosing , treating and curing Lyme disease. Led by Medical Director Dr. Domenick Braccia and Lyme Disease Scientific & Medical Advisor Dr. Anthony Lionetti, the Haverford Wellness Center has become synonymous with being at the forefront of Lyme disease diagnosis and cures. For more information, visit http://www.haverfordwellness.com.