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April Meeting Reminder

We meet at Pinney Library this Saturday (April 29, 2017) from 2:30-4:30pm, for a regular support meeting so bring questions and what’s working for you.  For upcoming meetings see:  https://madisonarealymesupportgroup.com/2017/04/21/next-april-support-meeting/

See you there!

Next April Support Meeting

Our next Lyme Support meeting will be Saturday, April 29 from 2:30-4:30 at Pinney Library.  This will be a regular support meeting, so bring your questions and what’s working for you to share with others.

Also, don’t forget to spread the word about our free viewing of Under Our Skin in May for Lyme Awareness Month.  It’s the best primer on Lyme Disease out there.  I diagnosed both my husband and myself after watching it.  For information – and please note the location is the East Madison Police Station Community Room:  https://madisonarealymesupportgroup.com/2017/03/17/free-viewing-of-the-award-winning-documentary-under-our-skin-in-may/

For the planners, we will also have another regular support meeting on Wednesday, May 17 from 6pm to 8:45pm at Pinney Library.  

 

Next Support Meeting

Our next regular support meeting will be Saturday, April 29, 2017 from 2:30-4:30 at the Pinney Library in Madison.

Please bring your questions, what’s been working, and anything you want to share with the group.  We often learn the most from each other.

Also, please spread the word about the FREE viewing of the Lyme documentary, Under Our Skin in May for Lyme Awareness Month.  Please remember this event is held at the East Madison Police Station Community Room.  Details here: https://madisonarealymesupportgroup.com/2017/03/17/free-viewing-of-the-award-winning-documentary-under-our-skin-in-may/  Right under the trailer is a flyer you can print out and put up around town.  Make sure to ask permission first.

See you soon!

 

 

April Meeting Reminder

https://madisonarealymesupportgroup.com/2017/03/13/april-support-group-meeting/

Don’t forget our next support meeting next Saturday April 1 from 2:30-4:30pm at the Pinney Library in Madison. Our speakers both work at Serenity Health in Waukesha, WI. They will be discussing LDA treatment in relation to Lyme/MSIDS.  See link for more information.

Free Viewing of the Award Winning Documentary “Under Our Skin” in May

In May for Lyme Awareness Month, the Madison Lyme Support Group is showing Under Our Skin to educate others about Lyme Disease and Tick Borne Illness.

A gripping tale of microbes, medicine, and money, it exposes the hidden story of Lyme disease, one of the most controversial and fastest growing epidemics of our time.

When:  Saturday, May 6 at 2pm

Where:  East Madison Police Station, 809 South Thompson Drive, Madison, WI

Why:  To learn about Lyme Disease and other tick borne illness. Q & A will follow.

Parking:  Please refer to map  east-dist-parking-visitor-parking.  No parking allowed in red areas.  You may park in the dotted yellow areas, in-between the light poles and in the last row under the red, as well as on the road leading up to the station.

Moderators

Mike Nickel watched his healthy son become wheelchair bound with LD. After going through the frustrating process of trying to get him a diagnosis and proper treatment, he founded the Wisconsin Lyme On-line Support Group to help others in 2012. https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/Wisconsin-LymeSupport/info.  He is also a founder and past president of the Wisconsin Lyme Network. http://www.wisconsinlymenetwork.org/.

Alicia Cashman first found out her dog had LD, followed by her husband, and then she came down with full-blown symptoms and a diagnosis. She started running the Madison Lyme Support Group when its predecessor stepped down in 2014. https://madisonarealymesupportgroup.com She is also a member of the Lyme Disease Association https://www.lymediseaseassociation.org, and is on the Tick IPM Working Group. https://tickipmwg.wordpress.com.

Come learn about the #1 Vector Borne Illness in the U.S. nearing 400,000 new cases a year with Wisconsin ranked 6th in the nation. You can get this in your back yard.

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Please copy and distribute the flyer:  UOS Flyer *

April Support Group Meeting

Our next meeting will be April 1 from 2:30-4:30pm at the Pinney Library in Madison.  Our speakers both work at Serenity Health in Waukesha, WI.  They will be discussing LDA treatment in relation to Lyme/MSIDS.  

For more information:  https://madisonarealymesupportgroup.com/2016/05/30/new-kids-on-the-block-ldaldi/

sonjas-picture-1  Sonja Hinz is a graduate of Marquette University with a Bachelor’s of Science in nursing, and has worked in various capacities with children who have disabilities since she was an adolescent. Currently she is seeing patients at Serenity Health Clinic in collaboration with Dr. Muth and Dr. Greg Brown.

Sonja has extensive clinical experience having worked as a nurse for 24 years in both the mainstream medical and the complimentary medical approach to treatment. With her son, Alex’s diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder over thirteen years ago, Sonja was compelled to reevaluate her beliefs and knowledge in traditional medicine. Through the use of therapeutic dietary intervention, biomedical treatments and other therapies, Alex has made a recovery.

Sonja Hintz writes and lectures about biomedical treatment for children with autism. She and her son both authored a chapter in the book titled Vaccine Epidemic. She has lectured in both the United States and Canada about medical care for children diagnosed with autism.

  Amy Hoffman received her Master of Science degree in Nursing from Marquette University in 2013. With an advanced degree in nursing and a degree in psychology, Amy has an understanding of the importance of psychological health impacting physical health.

Amy is a board certified Nurse Practitioner (AGPCNP*) who joined Serenity Health Care Center as a holistic practitioner. After working in ICU Amy noticed that the patients were being treated based on their symptoms and not as a whole person. Amy sought to treat patients as individuals who had unique physical, psychological, and spiritual needs instead of as individual symptoms.

Amy offers a variety of services for adults including medical and psychological diagnostic evaluation and treatment using the most effective holistic protocol. Her focus is on preventing the onset of chronic disease.

Amy is excited to advance her knowledge in integrative medicine and implement new modalities and treatment protocols that are being taught by groups like A4M, ACAM, and AAEM.

She has a passion for working with women and preventing age related diseases through the use of bio-identical hormone replacement therapy as well as the role the environment plays on our health. Amy has had the pleasure of being trained by the best hormones practitioners in the industry; Dr. Jonathan Wright, Pam Smith, Ron Rothenberg and Terry Hertoghe.

***We will also have a regular support meeting Saturday, April 29 from 2:30-4:30 to share ideas.  Come with all your questions and what’s been working for you.

March Meeting Reminder

You won’t want to miss the next support group meeting Saturday, March 11 from 2:30-4:30pm with Nurse Practitioner Rebecca Keith at the Madison East Police Station in Madison.  (No we didn’t do anything wrong)

https://madisonarealymesupportgroup.com/2017/02/10/march-lyme-support-meeting/ Please see link for more info on Keith.

Address:  809 S Thompson Drive, Madison, WI. The doors will automatically lock at 3:30pm.

**Please note where you can park:  east-dist-parking-visitor-parking.  The red area is off-limits.  You can park in the visitor parking notated in yellow as well as in the row beneath red and in the grass in-between the light poles located beneath the last line of vehicles.  We can also park along the edges of the parking lot.  

Keith’s talk will be on MCAS (Mast Cell Activation Syndrome) and parasites, both of which many with Lyme/MSIDS have to contend with.

For more on MCAS:

http://mastocytosis.ca/MSC%20Information%20Pamphlet.pdf

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23179866/

http://williams.medicine.wisc.edu/mast_cell_activation_2011.pdf

http://geneticgenie.org/blog/2013/01/31/mast-cell-activation-disorder-mcad-chronic-illness-and-its-role-in-methylation/