Free Workshop: Holistic Treatment for Lyme Disease
Tuesday, August 13, 2019
Do you feel tired, have brain fog, joint pain, anxiety or headaches?
Do you feel like you will never get better?
Do you know someone with Lyme disease and wonder if there anything you could do to help them?
You are not alone! There is so much misinformation about Lyme disease and Dr. Eisenheim is here to answer your questions. She can help by giving you concrete steps with what to do to if you get a tick bite, have been bitten already or you think you may have Lyme and did not see a tick bite. Lyme disease is common in our area and often people are misdiagnosed and do not receive proper treatment for months at a time. Learn why natural medicines are your first line of defense against Lyme disease, along with appropriate use of antibiotics, as well as for dealing with lingering symptoms of Lyme after a round of antibiotics.
Topics to be discussed:
1. Top warning signs of Lyme disease
2. What to do when you get a tick bite
3. Why you may be still be sick even though your labs are negative and you’ve taken antibiotics
Dr. Nitya Jessica Eisenheim, ND is a Naturopathic physician who is passionate about herbal medicine, cooking, healthy food and community building. Nitya grew up in NYC going to conventional doctors. She did not know a dandelion from a tomato plant, nonetheless know that plants can actually heal you. Dr. Eisenheim has had the opportunity to treat hundreds of patients in all stages of Lyme disease while mentoring with Dr. Emily Maiella at Windhorse Naturopathic Clinic in Brattleboro, VT. She is an expert at creating individualized health plans for clients who suffer from chronic pain, Lyme disease and digestive issues. She incorporates multiple modalities such as customized herbal medicine, visceral manipulation and cranio sacral therapy into client’s care. Dr. Nitya Eisenheim, ND graduated from Bastyr University, a leading research and educational institution. For more, see her website at www.cedarroseheals.com.
Pre-registration Required. Call 413-584-2665 or stop by Customer Service.
Location: River Valley Co-op