Mauryah from Canada | Lyme Disease

Dr. Rick Sponaugle Brings Fourth Canadian Patient Out of Wheelchair!

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Mauryah's Story

After six years of debilitating sickness, Mauryah from Canada arrived at the Sponaugle Wellness Institute in a wheelchair, due to dizziness and pain. In 16 weeks of Dr. Sponaugle's integrative treatment of Lyme Disease, her brain was clear and she was again running and exercising like she had in high school!

Diagnosis at Sponaugle Wellness Institute

Mauryah's Lyme Disease Symptoms:

  • Gut issues
  • Fatigue
  • Episodic fainting and seizing
  • Sporadic weight-loss and weight-gain
  • Persistent cognitive deficiencies
  • Progressing mobility issues

Overall, she discovered Lyme Disease, co-infections, gut parasites and toxicity were all major contributors to her chronic illness.

Mauryah arrived at Sponaugle Wellness Institute after viewing the video "wheelchair" testimonials of two Canadian Lyme Disease Treatment patients, Kamea and Alisha, also from Ontario. She also credits the video testimonial of Mia, another Lyme Disease patient from Australia, with giving her hope that Dr. Sponaugle could heal the neurological damage she suffered from Lyme disease.

In each video, these Canadian Lyme Disease patients are sharing their success stories of treatment for Lyme disease at Sponaugle Wellness Institute.

Their stories span from being active young women, to becoming dependent on others to push their wheelchair, to once again becoming vibrant and healthy through the Brain-focused, Integrative Lyme treatment they received at Sponaugle Wellness Institute.

These success stories from former Lyme disease wheelchair patients are only possible due to the research conducted by Dr. Rick Sponaugle. He has performed PET Brain scan research on hundreds of Lyme patients who were suffering with Lyme-induced, MS-like symptoms, Neuropathy, Brain Fog, Short Term Memory Loss, Anxiety, Depression, Weakness and Chronic Fatigue.

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