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Fight against Lyme Disease

Updated: Feb 28, 2019

After years of experience fighting diseases, specializing in alternative medicine and finding more ways to make patients comfortable, MedInstitute has successfully established a breakthrough protocol in the fight against Lyme Disease. Plans were completed, and staff trained to provide the best care and patient specific treatments. Few facilities have similar knowledge to MedInstitute when it comes to treating and eradicating this disease.

Lyme disease is an infection caused by bacteria of the Borrelia type. The spirochete bacteria are transmitted when an individual is bitten by a vector i.e. tick. Lyme disease can impact many bodily systems and organs, and can in some cases, mimic other illnesses i.e. lupus. As well as Lyme disease, ticks often also transmit other diseases and co-infections.

Acute and Chronic Lyme disease

Acute Lyme Disease is characterized by Flu-like symptoms such as headache, fever, muscle soreness, unexplained fatigue and weakness, state of depression, loss of concentration, dizziness, upset stomach.

Fewer than 50% of people with Lyme Disease develop the ‘bulls-eye’ (Erthema Migrans) rash a few days or even a few weeks after their tick bite.

The classic treatment includes antibiotics. However, antibiotics do not eliminate all the Lyme-disease causing bacteria in all patients and may prolong the disease to the chronic stage.

As the disease becomes chronic, it worsens with time, leading to disablement and premature death. Usually, at the chronic stage of the disease antibiotics do not always help, and symptomatic treatment only provides temporary relief of some symptoms.

Lyme Disease Treatment

MedInstitute have applied a relatively new and efficient technique that has proven to be effective in patients even at the chronic stages of the disease.

The treatment combines high doses of intravenous ozone with intravenous laser irradiation, colon cleansing and different physiotherapy and rehabilitation methods. The results have proven to be more efficient than anyone could expected.

Considerable improvement of patient’s health includes pain abatement or cessation, up to 40% increase of power in limbs and in the back (checked by a dynamometer), and total absence of Borrelia in blood tests.

Rehabilitation from Lyme Disease

After the treatment, the patient is advised to undergo rehabilitation to help the damaged body parts restore their health. It follows several phases, depending on the damage and the condition of the patient.

A patient in rehabilitation should:

• Keep high blood oxygen rates (not less than 95-96)

• Drink ozonated water and liquefied oxygen

• Perform remedial gymnastics, physical therapy, light exercise such as Thai Chi

• Maintain good diet and sleep schedule

• Only take medical drugs and use enemas with doctors’ advice

• Take B vitamins, multivitamins, and medicine that normalize the work of the gastrointestinal tract and alleviate constipation and cramps (enzymes, probiotics, and prescribed drugs for cleansing the intestine)

Case study

Patient S.S. visited our Institute in Nicosia, Cyprus on the 02/04/18. She had been suffering with the following symptoms, feeling of extreme fatigue, weakness, general physical exhaustion, brain fog, constant headaches, joint pain on all the body, general muscle pain, dizziness.


Thermograph/ Infrared Diagnostic on 02/04/18 showed:

  • Chronic Sinusitis

  • Spastic Colitis

  • Inflammation in the brain

  • Indication of inflammation on the spine area and on the cervical spine

  • Inflammation on the peripheral nervous system

On the second Infrared Diagnostic on 15/05/18 it was shown that inflammation on the previously detected areas was reduced to 98%.



Physiotherapy sessions on a daily basis (6.5 weeks), which include electric stimulation, magnetic stimulation, laser therapy, magnet therapy, massage sessions, thermotherapy, I.V Laser. I.V Ozone, TenPass, Magneto-Turbotron and Hydrocolonotherapy sessions.

Therapy was completed on the 15/05/18

​Measurement of strength on different parts of the body:

1) 02/04/18

  • Strength of the hands: R: 25.4, L: 26.5

  • Shoulder bend: R: 168°, L: 170°

  • Shoulder abduction: R: 174°, L: 170°

2) 02/05/18

  • Strength of the hands: R: 38.1, L: 32.3

  • Shoulder bend: R: 173°, L: 173°

  • Shoulder abduction: R: 180°, L: 180°

Post-Treatment and Results​

Patient S.S. health is considerably improved after the therapy as shown in her thermotherapy scans and the power test results (30% of power gained back)

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