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Lyme/Tick-Borne Disease

We originally thought of Lyme disease as primarily an infection caused by the spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi. In the decades that followed, researchers began identifying other tick-borne bacteria and toxins that frequently accompany Lyme infections. We have come to realize that the symptoms which we once described as “Lyme disease” frequently involve other bacteria, such as Babesia, Bartonella, Ehrlichia, or Mycoplasma, or rarer species such as the Rickettsia group or tularemia. Transmitted in the digestive tract of ticks or fleas, these pathogens may be carried by cats, rats, mice, deer, and other animals, depending on the microbe. These pathogenic bacteria are among the smallest known life-forms on earth. Unlike most bacteria, they are harbored within the cell as a virus would be or within the interstices between the cells, making it difficult for the immune system to dislodge them. Fungal toxins, heavy metals and chemical toxins may also be part of the picture. All of these being neurotoxic in nature. There are common mechanisms of action with all of these which can result in inflammation, build up in the cell and disrupt self-regulatory mechanisms.

Wayne Anderson, ND

Lyme Disease Events

Audio Talks on Issues in Lyme Disease and Coinfections

Lyme Disease: Controversies Surrounding a New Epidemic

An audio interview with Wayne Anderson, ND.


We discuss the growing awareness of the Lyme disease epidemic. Last August the CDC finally acknowledged that over 300,000 new cases of Lyme disease occur every year in this country, finally bringing a diagnosis and medial help to millions of Americans who had not been aware of this possible diagnosis. We will review the current symptoms, diagnostic tests and treatment options for our listeners.

Lyme Disease and Coinfections: Part II

An audio interview with Wayne Anderson, ND.


This show builds upon the foundation built on a previous program, which aired 9/12/14, to delve again into understanding the complex diagnosis and treatment of Lyme Disease and its co-infections. In August, 2013, the CDC acknowledged that there are over 300,000 new cases of Lyme disease in this country each year, so our goal is to educate our listeners about this growing epidemic.

Helping the Unusually Sensitive Patient to Heal

Interview with Wayne Anderson, ND. We see many patients who cannot tolerate the typical doses of medications, supplements, and even homeopathics. This broadcast will be devoted to understand how this happens and how we can help those patients to heal.

Mycoplasma and Lyme Cases That Don’t Resolve

An audio interview with Dr. Wayne Anderson.

Dr. Wayne Anderson is a renowned naturopath at Gordon Medical Associates with three decades of experience in treating tick-borne diseases. He  explains  how mycoplasmas are the culprit in many Lyme cases that do not fully recover. . Dr Anderson’s experience pinpoints one of the ‘co-infections’ ticks also infect us with, mycoplasmas.

Tips on Healing from Lyme Disease with Nafysa Parpia, ND

An audio interview with Dr. Parpia, available on the web.

  • Avoid wheat and gluten because of Round-Up contamination.
  • Avoid sugar.
  • Eat probiotic-rich foods.
  • Eat antioxidant-rich foods, largely colorful fruits and veggies.
  • Avoid cow’s dairy.
  • Eliminate alcohol until your body heals.