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February 10, 2015 18:08 ET

Lyme Disease Patient Comes out of Wheelchair at Shea Medical After Antibiotics Fail

SCOTTSDALE, AZ--(Marketwired - February 10, 2015) - After a brief stay at Shea Medical, Lori Conama went from a wheelchair to walking proudly. The same woman that was thinking this was her "last chance" and that she "might die" is now markedly improved due to Shea Medical's new approach to chronic Lyme disease. After years of using antibiotics, Lori finally had an alternative.

Lori's physicians at Shea Medical started a fresh approach using a tailored medical blueprint that featured a critical series of highly specialized diagnostic labs. Based on her blueprint, the physicians at Shea Medical put together a new treatment protocol unlike what Lori had ever seen before. It was life changing for her, because roughly 10 weeks later, after using proprietary IV treatment delivery, Lori got out of her wheelchair. For Lori, breaking down the biofilm involved in Lyme disease, decreasing neurotoxin load and eliminating heavy metal toxins were key factors in getting her well.

It is important to remember that every case of Lyme disease presents itself differently; therefore no standard treatments can be given or promises made when treating chronic Lyme disease. Lori, however, found exactly what she needed to treat her case of chronic Lyme disease, which is defined as involving one or more factors: Lyme disease; its co-infections; the reactivation of dormant infections, such as viruses, fungal and parasitic infections; and/or an immune compromised state that can be further complicated by heavy metal toxicity, chemical toxicities, essential nutritional deficiencies and brain chemistry imbalances as part of the etiology of the disease.

From the woman who, "came here with very little hope," Lori now walks again and is living life to the fullest. We will see as months and years go by how her health continues to improve. It's this comprehensive approach that patients are missing. The message here is a simple one, many patients can be helped and people can in fact improve their quality of life with the correct treatment measures.

For more information about Shea Medical or Lyme disease treatment options, visit our website at http://www.sheamedical.com/.

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