Lyme Testing

Lyme is a bacterial infection shaped like a spirochete. The reason why this infection should be ruled out in complex medical cases is this infection can persist and remain active in the body for years causing complicated health concerns. This infection, like other spirochetes imbeds into tissue, muscle or brain and takes an aggressive and long approach to killing the Lyme.

Lyme infection is less likely to be floating in the blood stream and therefore is difficult to find in testing. The following tests are used to diagnose and treat Lyme disease:
  • Lyme ELISA test
  • Western Blot/Immuno
  • Blot test for Lyme
  • Eli Spot testing for Lyme disease
  • Co-infection tests for Lyme
  • CD-57 Test for Lyme
  • OAT test, GI-MAP
  • Heavy metal testing
  • Toxicity testing
  • Mold
  • Yeast
  • Neurotransmitters
  • Histamine testing
  • Methylation Medicine
  • Genetic testing
  • Nutrient Deficiency tests
  • Adrenal/Stress testing