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A Live Conversation with Dr. Casey Kelley December 10th

Updated: Nov 14, 2022

As many of you know, treating complex, chronic disease is a constant priority at Case Integrative Health. Our passion is blending functional and integrative medicine with factual, science backed research to treat the root causes of our patients ailments.

Conventional medical care focuses on treating symptoms. This works amazingly well for acute issues.​ However, 6 in 10 Americans are fighting chronic conditions- including Lyme disease. In those cases masking issues with pills doesn't lead to better health, just "managing symptoms"​.

Unfortunately, complex chronic diseases like Lyme disease lack widespread awareness in the general population and in the medical community. This is why Dr. Casey Kelley shares her expert knowledge so openely with the media, patients and other practitioners. Case Integrative Health, as well as our friends over at the Global Lyme Alliance, are working to change the lack of awareness around tick-borne illness, and you can join us in creating awareness around Lyme disease on December 12th, virtually.

Join Dr. Kelley on December 12th from 1:00pm-2:30pm for a live conversation with Vector Ecologist Dr. Holly Tuten. Dr. Tuten and Dr. Kelley will discuss Lyme disease, tick-borne illness, ecology, behavior, pathogens, surveillance, control, and bite prevention along with the complexity of treating tick-borne disease. Fellow Lyme warrior and Tick Bootcamp Podcast host Matthew Sabatello will moderate. You can listen to Dr. Kelley’s episode of Tick Bootcamp, here.

Join Dr. Kelley and Dr. Tuten, here.

A Live question and answer will follow. If you would like to submit a question for Dr. Kelley, please do so through a private message on Instagram.

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