LymeCareNow is medical practice dealing exclusively in treating tick-bites and managing their aftermath.
I began LymeCareNow when myriads of friends and family, bitten by ticks, had nowhere to turn for timely and educated care.
I myself contracted Lyme disease over 20 years ago, and was undiagnosed and misdiagnosed for over 15 years. Only then did I get the correct treatment, which changed my life. This situation has made me acutely aware of the importance of inspection, detection, diagnosis and treatment when there is a chance of having been bitten by a tick.
Because I am not attempting to be your primary care physician or your psychiatrist, your first visit will be much like a visit to an urgent care facility. I will take a brief history and examine you for things which are pertinent to the reason for your visit.
Great News! We all know there has always been great controversy around the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme Disease. This controversy was between the IDSA-Infectious Disease Society of America– and the general community of health care clinicians out in the field, seeing tens of thousands of patients. ILADS was formed by these clinicians to further … Continue reading “IDSA Lyme guidelines removed from NGC; ILADS guidelines still there!”
August 12, 2015 This month, the Centers for Disease Control published a new study (http://www.cdc.gov/eid/article/21/8/14-1878_article) revealing tick populations continue to spread in various parts of the country. But whether you visit those places or not, ticks can come to you, carried either by wild animals (deer and mice) or domestic (dogs and cats). Within my … Continue reading “If you get bit, test the tick!”
Jane Marke, MD
80 East 11 Street, Ste. 214
New York, NY 10003
Ph./Fax/Text: (212) 228-2332
Union Square or 8th St. Subway stop: N, Q, R, 4, 5, 6