Lyme Disease2020-11-30T14:23:24+00:00

The Solution for Lyme Disease

We offer a private, complementary therapy that’s safe and proven to reduce post-treatment symptoms of Lyme Disease.

We use Bio-Resonance therapy to alleviate symptoms Lyme Disease causes that might not go away after treatment with antibiotics. This includes fatigue, tiredness, muscle aches, chronic pain, ‘brain fog’ or forgetfulness, fevers, cold sweats, neurological damage and hormonal imbalances.

This complementary therapy is not a replacement for consulting your GP; neither does it constitute medical advice. Read our disclaimer for more information.

What is Lyme Disease?

Lyme Disease is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria ‘borrelia burgdorferi’. It is spread to humans by a bite from an infected tick, a small insect ranging in size from a poppy seed or grain of rice (pictured at right).

How many people in the UK have Lyme Disease?

Estimations gauge the number of people infected with Lyme Disease to be between 900 and 8,000 each year in the UK, with cases rising each year. 50% of Lyme Disease cases proven by laboratory testing are in Southwest and Southeast England.

Ticks of various sizes on a human finger

Symptoms of Lyme Disease

The exact number of people in Great Britain suffering from Lyme is uncertain. The NHS warns that not everyone with Lyme Disease has the tell-tale red ring rash. The only current method of diagnosis, blood tests, are not always accurate. Phone your GP immediately if you have any of the following symptoms characteristic of Lyme Disease:

  • Red rash with a ring around it (although this is not always present in all Lyme Disease cases)
  • Fever, high temperature, chills, cold sweats
  • Muscle aches, muscle pain, aching joints
  • Fatigue, tiredness, less energy than usual
  • Headaches, ‘brain fog’, not thinking clearly, forgetful of small details, less short-term memory

Treatment or Cure for Lyme Disease in the UK

The current treatment for Lyme Disease according to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) is oral antibiotics taken for a period ranging from 10 days to 4 weeks. Sometimes intraveinous antibiotics (injected directly into the body) are recommended for young children in lieu of oral antibiotics.

There is currently no peer-reviewed, thoroughly tested cure for Lyme Disease. Bio-Resonance practitioners must be careful when using the word “cure,” because even though the symptoms of Lyme can be eliminated completely and permanently*, the bacteria could still remain in the body for the rest of one’s lifetime. Blood tests are not always accurate in confirming whether the Lyme Disease bacteria is present.

*Relief from lingering Lyme Disease symptoms are permanent unless bitten again by an infected tick. In this case, further treatment is required. 

Bio-Resonance treatment has been proven in individual case studies as well as clinical trials – none of the latter having taken place in the UK, unfortunately. Please check our blog for published articles.

Symptoms of Lyme Can Linger

Even if the rash, called erythema migrans, goes away after a few weeks, symptoms associated with Lyme Disease can persist. These include fatigue, tiredness, muscle ache, ‘foggy brain’ or not clearly thinking, loss of concentration, fevers, cold sweats and chills. Be sure to speak with your doctor about persistent symptoms, because they might indicate a different condition or ailment than the original Lyme diagnosis.

The Cure for Lyme Disease is Boosting the Body’s Natural Defense Systems

The bacteria that causes Lyme Diseases is vicious and especially difficult to eliminate from the human body, even with the use of modern day anti-biotics. So, rather than having the mindset that a pill or substance can cure Lyme Disease for every individual, we take the approach that the body can subdue the bacteria and either eliminate it from one’s body or co-exist peacefully with it. This is similar to how the human body behaves with a Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) infection.

The body’s natural defense systems can be strengthened by:

  • Improved detoxification through the lungs, bowels, kidneys and lymphatic system
  • Improved immune response when a stronger, healthier liver filters and cleans blood
  • Stronger immune system defenses when the digestive tract properly absorbs nutrients consumed
  • Less reaction to stress due to balaned hormones when an over or under performing endocrine system is balanced

Bio-Resonance treatment, also called Electromagnetic Field Therapy, is a complementary treatment for the symptoms of Lyme Disease and a range of other ailments. It works on destroying the harmful bacteria as well as regenerating the organs and systems affected by the bacterial infection. This boost to your immune system and detoxification processes allows your body to defend itself against the bacterial infection and ‘self-correct’, meaning your symptoms will disappear.

How Does Bio-Resonance Work?

Bio-Resonance works on a quantum physical level, that is, it uses frequencies as a form of measurement and medicine rather than blood tests, stool samples, pharmaceuticals and chemicals. Frequencies are already in use in Western medicine in the form of EEG / ECG measurements, ultrasound scans and ‘zapping’ kidney stones to break them up into smaller, passable pieces. Bio-Resonance devices are CE certified and absolutely safe for use by people of all age and women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Plenty of research has been done on the efficacy of Bio-Resonance in treating certain diseases. Please refer to our blog for more information.

Below is a screenshot of the software used to run the S.C.I.O Bio-Resonance device.

Lyme Disease treatment screenshot of SCIO software

Our Case Study: Lingering Lyme Disease Symptoms Cleared Up with Bio-Resonance [LD-BRI-01]

Subject: Female, aged 30-40 years, resident of Bristol, UK
Diagnosis: n/a
Duration of treatment: 6 sessions between August and November 2019
Recovery: 100%

Althought the photos on the right-hand side look alarming, LD-BRI-01 was not worried and did not suspect Lyme Disease. She mentioned having a massage which could have brought about the drastic inflammation of a “harmless mosquito bite” and noted that she otherwise had no symptoms of Lyme Disease at the time the rash developed. Two weeks after the rash developed on her leg, she visited her GP who never looked at her leg, did not take a blood test and did not prescribe antibiotics. He asked whether she had been outdoors recently. Upon hearing the answer of “The Cotswolds, Mendips, Devon, Wales” he reassured her that she was not in any areas which were known to have infected ticks.

In fact, over one-quarter of diagnosed Lyme Disease cases have been in Southwest England. Diagnosis of Lyme has been found to be underestimated or overlooked by about 200%.

After the rash disappeared, LD-BRI-01 experienced the following symptoms of Lyme Disease:

  • Extreme fatigue and exhaustion
  • Heart palpitations
  • Anxiety attacks including shortness of breath and panic
  • Brain fog, inability to multi-task or concentrate for long periods on one task
  • Extremely unbalanced emotions, ranging from crying to panic to anger without justifiable reason (this is a sign of imbalanced hormones)
  • Bleeding and spotting during ovulation (this is a sign of imbalanced hormones, specifically too much luteinising hormone)
  • Painful lump or ‘thickening’ developed in her right breast (this is a sign of imbalanced hormones)
red bullseye rash of lyme diseaseErythema migrans - before

Note: The Erythema migrans or ‘bullseye rash’ does not always appear when a person contracts Lyme Disease. The rash – even if caused by other bacterial infections – can go away on its own. These pictures were both taken before treatment started. The rash had fully disappeared before other symptoms of Lyme arose.

She contacted her GP when the additional maladies arose, resulting as a consequence of Lyme Disease. The doctor could not offer help with menstrual problems. For the breast lump she was given an ultra-sound and again, told there was nothing that could be done at this time. She would allegedly have to live with pain and malaise.

Treatment Duration

How many sessions does it take to clear someone’s body of lingering Lyme Disease symptoms? The reatment duration stated above cleared up fatigue, heart palpitations, panic attacks and ‘brain fog’. The hormone imbalance was discovered end of 2019 and cleared up with 4 sessions for menstrual problems followed by 5 sessions to reduce the breast lump.

We are happy to say – one year after infection – that she is now absolutely free from pain, fatigue, lumps, spotting during menstruation, muscle aches and hormonal imbalances.

Fequently Asked Questions

What Does a Session Cost?

A 90-minute session with Kasey in the Bristol area is £120, and a 1-hour followup is £100.

We are working on ways to offer more affordable treatments for those who are unable to work due to their illness. Less expensive Rife machines, basic treatments rendered by trainees / paid interns, and hiring devices to use at home are a few of the solutions we are currently developing. If you need help paying for your treatment, please contact us.

How Many Sessions Will I Need?

There are three factors that influence the length of treatment: The severity of your condition, how well you take to the treatment, and whether you’re also taking other steps to ensure your health.

The majority or ‘average’ need around 4-6 sessions on a regular basis to restore their health. A couple women who were well enough to work only needed two sessions each to feel better, and one woman has had more than 10 sessions but continues to ‘relapse’ after a few months without treatment. It’s difficult to say, but certainly after the second session at the latest you’ll know how quickly you’re progressing and approximately how many sessions you’ll need.

How Long Does a Session Last?

We’ve found in private practice and in clinical trials that 60 minutes is not enough. To be very thorough and be certain in achieving results, a 90-minute session is the minimum. Two hours is ideal for a session, and sessions can be spaced out weekly at first, then tapered off to fortnightly or monthly once the body is steadily recovering.

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We are able to accept same-day appointments scheduled before 2pm.

If your situation or condition is urgent, we will do our absolute best to see you as quickly as possible. It’s best to phone us on 07394 870 156 to arrange an appointment and receive directions to the Centre.

Please note:

  • Both our locations listed on this page are wheelchair accessible.
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Due to our clinical trial on chronic Lyme Disease, we are in the Weston Super Mare location more weekdays than in Bristol. Please note there is a £15 pre-payment for any appointment booked for our Bristol location(s), which does not apply for our Weston office.

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  • Primary Clinic
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    Oldmixon Crescent
    Weston Super Mare
    BS24 9AY

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    The Practice Rooms
    39 Cotham Hill
    Bristol BS6 6JY


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