Healing from Lyme: How to Maximize Your Health Resources
Wednesday, November 14 2:15-2:35 PM – LEARNING LECTURES (MAIN LOBBY / CENTER ATRIUM)
This focus of this presentation will be on our health, how to protect, sustain, and recover from illness. There will be a discussion of the basics of Lyme disease and co-infections. A guide will be provided for audience in the preliminary roles of symptom recognition, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment options. We will explore some of the misconceptions about the progression of the disease, and the transition into chronic illness.
Evan S. Rubin, D.O. is an Osteopathic physician specializing in the practice of Traditional Osteopathic Medicine. His hands-on approach to patient care involves all aspects of a patient’s life, including their full medical and surgical history, nutrition, hydration, exercise, sleep, work environment, home environment, and family dynamics.
Dr. Rubin’s nearly 20 years of experience studying Osteopathy has led him to supporting the health of his patients through education and self-sustaining living. Given the proper nutrition, hydration, physical movement, adequate rest, an environment with manageable stress (let’s be realistic), and preventive and therapeutic Osteopathic treatments, the body is capable of self-healing and self-regulation.
When a problem manifests, whether it is Lyme disease, environmental toxins, autoimmune or other chronic illness, Dr. Rubin will sometimes prescribe medication during an acute phase. This is done to help reduce the stress on the body as it goes about its work of healing. The medicine does not heal. Dr. Rubin does not heal. Nature heals. It is with this understanding and the careful application of Natural Law that Dr. Rubin practices Osteopathy.
Dr. Rubin is Board Certified in Family Practice and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, and is licensed to practice in New York and New Jersey.