From Legally Blind to 20/20 After Treatment
For 16 years Denise fought symptoms like blindness, migraines, numbness and tingling in her arms, heart palpitations, facial palsy, auto-immune issues and even cancer.
Treatment at the Source
The team at Sponaugle Wellness Institute has developed a proprietary treatment protocol to treat the source of the problem, not just the symptoms. We use PET scans to diagnose a patient by looking at the brain.
Denise’s before and after photos on the outside are as remarkable as her healing on the inside.
Diagnosis at Sponaugle Wellness Institute
For almost 2 decades Denise fought with debilitating symptoms. Diagnosed with auto-immune issues, thyroid issues and even cancer, Denise felt like she wasn’t improving on the supplemental treatments she was receiving.
Co-Occuring Disorders are often found in patients suffering from Lyme Disease. Denise was diagnosed with Chronic Lyme Disease, Babesiosis, Celiac Disease and Chronic Mononucleosis.
Denise’s Vision Battle from Lyme Disease
Denise battled severe symptoms for 16 years. By 2014, she had become legally blind and underwent two unsuccessful surgeries to try to fix her vision. Plagued with migraines and facial palsy, Denise felt as if her life was being stolen from her. Desperate for a solution, she jumped at the opportunity to aggressively treat the disease at its source after she had her initial consultation at Sponaugle Wellness Institute. It worked, and she now has regained 20/20 vision.
Using Science To Diagnose Lyme Disease & Co-Occurring Disorders
Denise’s Exit Interview After Completing Treatment
Denise went from 16 years of suffering with Lyme disease and co-occurring disorders, causing her to become legally blind, to regaining close to 20/20 vision and getting her life back. After the initial 4 days of treatment, she started to see changes in her vision. She began to see her own face in the mirror again, her hair and even her own eyes. She explains that when she completed treatment she no longer had headaches or joint pain and for the first time in a decade, she could get right up out of bed in the mornings and start her day.