Lyme Disease


Lyme disease, also known as Borrelia Burgdorferi, is an infectious disease caused by bacteria of the Borrelia type caused by a tick bite. Lyme has become a national health public health crisis, with 300,000 new infections annually. The most common initial sign of infection is an expanding area of redness, known as erythema migrans, that begins at the site of a tick bite about a week after it has occurred. The rash is typically neither itchy nor painful. Approximately 50% of infected people do not develop a rash and may not even realize they’ve been infected until it’s too late. Other early symptoms may include fever, headache, and fatigue. If untreated, symptoms may include some paralysis, severe headaches, joint stiffness and pain, heart palpitations, among other physical and neurological problems. Occasionally, people develop shooting pains or tingling in their arms and legs. Despite appropriate treatment, about 10 to 20% of people develop joint pains, memory problems, and feel tired for at least six months.

Many individuals with Lyme develop neuroborreliosis. This was first found in 1922 in European Lyme cases. About 48% of patients develop neurological symptoms (these symptoms vary). Dr. Crozier has a unique approach to treating Lyme (Borrelia Burgdorferi). The approach begins with genetics and understanding how your body responds to different disease processes.

Contact our office for Dr. Crozier’s unique approach to healing Lyme disease, which includes safe and 100% natural treatments. Dr. Crozier does not subscribe to long-term antibiotic treatments for Lyme. He can get to the root of your illness by examining his patients on a cellular level. Instead of using a cookie cutter approach to treatment, he allows your genes to tell him exactly what your body needs to heal. He will look at your genetic make-up, blood labs, and your health history to develop your personal pathway to healing. 

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  • Crozier Clinic
    1301 South International Pkwy
    Suite 1041
    Lake Mary, FL 32746
  • Phone: 407-732-7668
  • Email: info@crozierclinic.com

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