Lyme Disease Seminar September 11

CAPITAL REGION EXPERTS DISCUSS WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT LYME AND TICK-BORNE ILLNESSES AT PANEL EVENT

When it comes to ticks, it’s best to prevent and be prepared. In the Northeast, we are at a higher risk of encountering these dangerous pests. If you or a loved one struggle with the aftermath of the chronic infectious diseases spread by ticks, Ward Lumber’s Lyme Disease Seminar  is the ideal opportunity for you to learn how to take a 360° approach to your health.

Join me on Tuesday, September 11th, at 6 p.m. to learn all about the latest in treatments and wellness for those suffering from tick-borne illness. I’m thrilled to be joined by an incredible panel of amazing women.

Lyme Seminar

Top row: Marie McMahon, LMT, Dr. Holly Ahern. Bottom Row: Dr. Lee Ann Sporn, Jennifer Goldstock, BSN, MSN, ANP-BC

As a board-certified Adult Nurse Practitioner, I’ve worked with countless patients who manage chronic diseases at my previous practice and have worked with Dr. Richard Horowitz treating Lyme patients.

Marie McMahon, LMT, has worked in every conceivable facet of physical therapy and massage over her 30 year career. She now focuses her attention on supporting people’s ability to self-correct when in the presence of Multiple Systemic Chronic Infection Syndromes.

Dr. Holly Ahern is an award-winning professor of microbiology at State University of New York (SUNY) Adirondack. She is leading an initiative to advance scientific research and develop advanced diagnostic tools for Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses.

Dr. Lee Ann Sporn is currently teaching at Paul Smith’s College where she is a professor of biology the coordinator of the new Human Health and the Environment program. She has collaborated with NYS DOH for the past five years in studying the ecology of Lyme disease emergence in North Country.

The seminar will be held at Ward Lumber, located at 697 Glen Road in Jay. You can complete the easy and free registration on their website here.

If you can’t make it to the event, but need help diagnosing and managing tick-borne diseases, you can contact us today to make an appointment. I hope to see you there!

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