Lyme Disease Seminar in New Brighton
May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month. A seminar on Lyme disease will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on May 4, in New Brighton. “21st Century Hope for Surviving and Thriving with Lyme Disease: A Medical Mystery” is presented by Minnesota Wellness Educators and will feature a group of Minnesota Lyme practitioners.
All aspects dealing with the disease will be addressed, including diagnosis, reliability of testing, why it affects the central nervous system (CNS) and the difference between Lyme disease, fatigue and depression. Ways to prevent Lyme disease also will be addressed.
The following guest speakers are all Lyme disease thrivers: Tom Grier, a microbiologist from Duluth; Paula Quinlan, certified natural health practitioner; naturopath Kelly Halderman, M.D.; and Diana Beran, Lyme-disease-literate licensed psychologist. Also scheduled to speak are chiropractor Morgan Binnie and nurse Lynn M. Wilson, who have worked with Lyme disease clients.
Cost: $50 before May 3; $70 at the door. Location: Meadowood Shores Apartment Meeting Room, 2100 Silver Lake Rd., New Brighton. For more information, call Lynn Wilson at 651-765-9176 or email [email protected] To register, visit MNWellnessEducators4.eventbrite.com.