PRAISE FOR THE BOOK: "Bryan Rosner has conducted extensive research and thinks outside the box, and this book provides new insight into Lyme disease treatment options." -Richard Horowitz, MD, Author of the New York Times Bestselling Book, Why Can't I Get Better: Solving the Mystery of Lyme and Chronic Disease. Dr. Horowitz has treated over 12,000 Lyme Disease patients. "It has been over 10 years since Bryan's first book on Lyme disease. Since then, Bryan has continued to look for ways to help himself and others. In Freedom ...
PRAISE FOR THE BOOK: "Bryan Rosner has conducted extensive research and thinks outside the box, and this book provides new insight into Lyme disease treatment options." -Richard Horowitz, MD, Author of the New York Times Bestselling Book, Why Can't I Get Better: Solving the Mystery of Lyme and Chronic Disease. Dr. Horowitz has treated over 12,000 Lyme Disease patients. "It has been over 10 years since Bryan's first book on Lyme disease. Since then, Bryan has continued to look for ways to help himself and others. In Freedom From Lyme Disease, Bryan shares observations from his journey as well as protocols and treatment options that he has found to be the most valuable. Often times, patient experience leads us to some of the most helpful approaches for recovering from Lyme disease. Bryan's personal journey has helped many." -Scott Forsgren, Editor/Founder BetterHealthGuy.com "Once again Bryan Rosner presents a wealth of information in a format that is easy to read, understand, and most importantly, utilize! Bryan has expanded his prior work exponentially to provide updates on modalities such as Rife therapy and antibiotic rotation protocols, as well as providing information on cutting-edge therapies such as biophoton therapy. No one can afford to miss out on this information." -Nicola McFadzean Ducharme, N.D. Founder and Medical Director of RestorMedicine in San Diego, CA. Author of "The Lyme Diet," "The Beginner's Guide to Lyme Disease," and "Lyme Disease in Australia" ABOUT THE BOOK: Bestselling author Bryan Rosner is back with this information-packed sequel to his 2007 book, "The Top 10 Lyme Disease Treatments." That book, which sold over 15,000 copies, established a foundational treatment plan for Lyme disease based on Rosner's extensive research and personal experience. Now, Rosner's newest book, "Freedom from Lyme Disease," builds on the principles set forth in the earlier book. Rosner wrote "Freedom from Lyme Disease" because he observed what he describes as a tipping point in new Lyme disease information and treatment strategies. The tipping point came in 2013, at which time Rosner began working on the new book. Rosner describes this tipping point as a milestone in which there was a fundamental change in how Lyme disease should be approached and treated. "Freedom from Lyme Disease" contains newly discovered treatment modalities and strategies that have the potential to shorten the duration of recovery from Lyme disease. Rosner believes that "Freedom from Lyme Disease" is the most important book he's ever written, as it ties together many of the concepts introduced in his previous books. What sets Rosner's writing apart from other Lyme disease books is that he focuses not just on describing available treatments, but also on how to coordinate and weave these treatments into a customized, individualized treatment plan. He refers to this flexible and unique treatment plan as the "treatment template." While many available books offer information on cutting-edge treatments, few provide guidance on how those treatments should be used in the broader context of a complex and individualized treatment protocol. Check out Bryan's other books: "Lyme Disease & Rife Machines" and "The Top 10 Lyme Disease Treatments."
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