More than a decade after the diagnosis of Lyme disease, a woman is trying to rebuild her life and regain some of the strength she lost from chronic pain.
As the sport of gymnastics grows in popularity and popularity is on the rise, athletes have begun to notice the prevalence of Lyme and the challenges that come with dealing with the disease.
It has been a challenge to find a doctor who has the expertise to help athletes in their recovery.
In fact, many sports have had to turn to private health clinics to help with treatment and prevent recurrence.
Dr. Eric Kranz of New York’s Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center says that there are many health care providers who may not be able to treat Lyme, but that they have the expertise and know-how to do so.
“They can provide these kinds of treatments,” he said.
“If you’re in a situation where you’re sick, you have to ask for help from a doctor that’s familiar with this disease and that has a specialty in treating Lyme.”
While Kranze and his team at Beth Israel are well-equipped to treat people with Lyme, there are still many challenges for those who choose to go to a private clinic for treatment.
For example, the treatment has to be approved by a licensed physician.
Kranza said the vast majority of people with chronic Lyme have been diagnosed with Lyme by their primary care physician, and that the doctors who see these patients are often unaware of the condition.
“The patients are really the only ones that know that they’re having this disease, so they’re not really comfortable going into their doctors for that information,” Kranzing said.
“We’re not trained in dealing with this kind of patient.”
He added that if a person is diagnosed with chronic chronic Lyme, they may not have the ability to have a doctor in their area.
And in some cases, they don’t even know that the person is infected.
So the patients are treated by a team of doctors that includes a specialist who specializes in Lyme disease and a neurologist.
And, at the end of the day, the patient is responsible for their own treatment.
Kranz said that he has had many patients come in to his office who have been given a test and diagnosed with acute Lyme.
But he said he has been more concerned with those patients who are not diagnosed yet.
Krebs said he is hopeful that the rise in popularity of gymnastic has helped to change the way people treat Lyme and help them to get back on their feet.
“I think that it’s good for everyone,” Krebs said.
While Krebs is not aware of any cases of Lyme being transmitted during gymnastics, he said that there have been a few cases of athletes getting infected and then passing the infection on to their teammates.
“That is a really scary thing,” Kreb said.
As a sports physician, Krebs has seen a lot of cases of chronic Lyme.
For example, he sees many people who have had the disease and had it before their first year of gymnast training.
“If you go into a gymnastics class and you’re not there for a few weeks and then you come back, you’re probably infected,” Krebr said.
So, the question is how do you find a private doctor who will treat you?
The answer is usually not very easy.
“You’ve got to ask, ‘How did I get Lyme?'”
Kramz said it is very important that the patient understands the potential risks and benefits of going to a doctor.
“So you want the person to know that Lyme disease is a serious disease and you need to take precautions,” he added.