Do you qualify for free tick borne testing and treatment?

We are in need of participants! If you, or someone you know, has a bulls-eye or red circle rash (2+ cm in diameter), is 18+ years of age, and not currently treated for Lyme – you will likely qualify for the study. Please help us advance the treatment of Lyme.

We are looking for patients who are willing to have their blood drawn and participate in a study to advance diagnostics for Lyme disease. We are partnering with our friends at Lyme Action Network  and Focus On Lyme to gather samples to further new and advanced testing for Lyme. You do not have to be a patient at this practice and treatment will be free of charge. Please spread the word to your friends, relatives and co-workers. We are excited to be a part of this amazing project! Call our office today at 518-218-4455.

Looking for a Bulls-eye rash? Look again- Lyme rashes can take many forms and may not always be at the site of the bite. Often times rashes quickly dissolve from a tick bite so if you see a rash, report the rash!

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out.

2 thoughts on “Do you qualify for free tick borne testing and treatment?

  1. Dawn Miner says:

    Hi! I am so glad I have found this site. I have been looking for Jennifer under a different last name and was talking to a LMT that has worked with her in the past. I am very much motivated to become a patient of Jennifer’s and when I saw this I almost started to cry. I had a tick bite in 2002 on my scalp at the time I knew nothing about Lyme disease or the potential dangers associated with it. I noticed a Ring like rash on my inner right arm that I thought was ringworm that even after treating did not go away for a long time. Then in 2013 I had a tick bite on my abdomen I was treated with antibiotic for 1 week. Over the past 6 years I have become the complete opposite of the person I was in 2010 when started my journey to become a nurse. I have become sensitive to so many foods and intolerant to sugar despite my cravings for them. I have experienced debilitating joint pain and some days can barely stand up out of bed. I recently resigned from my RN position at Albany Medical Center because I was in a rabbit hole of unhealthy and I did not know how to get out. I felt like I became inadequate and may become a risk to patient safety if I had not already. I have lost control of my life and fear taking a job as a bedside nurse closer to home as I am afraid I cant handle it physically or mentally. I am always exhausted. Despite my efforts to take in as much anti-inflammatory foods and supplements as I can. I have can check almost every box next to the symptoms of “chronic” Lyme’s Disease and despite my exposure to modern western medicine I am still not finding relief. I believe there is a tremendous lack of wanting to acknowledge what I believe is becoming an epidemic. I NEED HELP. Additionally, I have an undiagnosed condition that I have been trying to manage on my own with only the support of others like me. I have to go back to work very soon I am at the end of my financial resources. I am putting my faith in the universe here because I believe someone will help me and listen.

    Thank you for reading. I am invested in being the best version of myself so I can be the great nurse I know I can be and have been in the past.

    Dawn Miner RN


    • jenjen68 says:

      Hi Dawn, I am so happy you found us. Please give our office a call to schedule with Jennifer. 518-218-4455. We would love to help you.
      best- Nurse Katie


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