Episode 129: Why Is Lyme Disease So Difficult to Treat?

Dr. Diane Mueller

Cindy Kennedy, FNP, is joined by Dr. Diane Mueller, who is a Lyme and Mold disease survivor, for a discussion about the difficulty of treatment when Lyme disease causes so much collateral damage to the body and the mechanism of persister cells.

As a survivor of mold illness, Lyme Disease and chronic IBS symptoms, Dr. Mueller is passionate about helping others restore their health and passion for life. Just like many of her patients, Dr. Mueller struggled with chronic fatigue, extreme digestive dysfunction and chronic pain for many years with conventional medicine only offering mildly palliative treatments.

Dr. Mueller is now completely healed from these conditions and co-owns both a clinical practice and an online school where she certifies clinicians around the world in a mind body approach to functional medicine.

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Dr. Mueller’s personal story of resilience
What is the role of mind and mindset play and healing and treating Lyme disease?
What is her perspective on why Lyme disease is so difficult to heal?
How to encourage resiliency.
What are approaches to treatment strategies?
What are persister cells and what role did they play in the pathology and treatment of Lyme?
What to do with the very “sensitive” patient?
What role does mold illness have in relationship to the treatment of Lyme disease?
What is her new book about?