Lyme and Mold | Double Trouble For Your Brain

Neurotransmitter testing of brain toxins

Lyme Disease & Mold Toxicity | Double Trouble For Your Brain

Dr. Sponaugle’s most recent webinar, “Lyme Disease and Mold Toxicity: Double Trouble For Your Brain.” Dr. Sponaugle explains the science behind Lyme and Mold and answers questions. This webinar includes data Dr. Sponaugle presented during ILADS (INTERNATIONAL LYME AND ASSOCIATED DISEASES SOCIETY)  in Philadelphia.

You can listen and view the educational webinar here:

At Sponaugle Wellness Institute, we practice integrative medicine combining the best of western medicine and natural medicine to assist the healing of patients suffering from chronic illness. Our typical patient has undergone treatment from multiple doctors and wellness centers, yet they have failed to regain their health.

These complicated patients usually suffer from multiple undiagnosed medical disorders. They require a more comprehensive diagnostic workup and a more intensive treatment than is available through routine “wellness” medicine.

Our Medical Director, Rick Sponaugle, MD, is an integrative physician who attempts a more precise diagnosis through quality forensic medicine. He performs an analysis and correlation of approximately 400 numerical biomarkers. This extensive evaluation enables Dr. Sponaugle to diagnose the underlying cause of his patient’s illness.

With an emphasis on environmental medicine and tick-borne infections, Dr. Sponaugle specializes in treating brain and neurological disorders that are derived from severe neurotoxicity.

The majority of our patients require simultaneous treatment for multiple medical disorders, including Mold Toxicity, Industrial Toxicity, Gut Toxicity, Lyme Disease, and several additional tick-borne and mosquito-borne infections. These “stealth” infections commonly attack the brain and neurological system.

Patients with chronic Lyme disease commonly suffer from brain and neurological issues, in addition to multiple organ dysfunction, much like hospitalized critical care patients.

Dr. Sponaugle uses the experience he acquired from working in critical care medicine for 20 years and the expertise – derived from treating thousands of patients with brain and neurological disorders – to treat Lyme disease patients.


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