Lyme Disease Treatments Arvada CO

Find top doctors who perform Lyme Disease Treatments in Arvada, CO. Whether you’re seeking treatment or looking to schedule a preventative screening, we can connect you with the best dermatologists near you in Arvada, CO.

Local Businesses

Corrigan Geraldine

(303) 232-3366
5265 Vance St – Ste 200
Arvada, CO 80002

Besch Nicholas J Jr Obstetrics & Gynecology

(303) 425-0500
5730 Ward Rd
Arvada, CO 80002

Barcz Dennis V

(303) 431-8881
7850 Vance Dr – Ste 225
Arvada, CO 80003

Barre Lisha

(303) 431-0755
8850 W 58Th Ave
Arvada, CO 80002

Daneshbod Skibba G

(303) 422-6686
9950 W 80Th Ave – Ste 24
Arvada, CO 80005

Enhance Professional Skin Care

(303) 674-1329
5738 Olde Wadsworth Blvd
Arvada, CO 80002

Walter James Lewis Jr

7701 Sheridan Blvd
Arvada, CO 80003

Therapy World

(303) 420-3999
6390 Gardenia St – Unit 120
Arvada, CO 80004

Abbey Nicholas

(303) 421-6873
8030 Lee Dr
Arvada, CO 80005

Duvall John A

(303) 422-2305
7950 Kipling St – Ste 203
Arvada, CO 80005

Center For Advanced Dermatology

(303) 424-6248
9950 W 80Th Ave – Ste 14
Arvada, CO 80005

Skin Solutions

(303) 423-3342
7850 Vance Dr – Ste 110
Arvada, CO 80003

Estique Skin Care Studio

(303) 428-2818
7621 Teller St
Arvada, CO 80003

Michaela W Mc Donnell

9950 W 80Th Ave Ste 14
Arvada, CO 80005

Baker Keith E

(303) 425-4680
7950 Kipling St
Arvada, CO 80005

Joseph A Chorny

(720) 898-3300
6750 W 52Nd Ave – Suite F
Arvada, CO 80002

Lyme Disease Treatments FAQ in Arvada, CO

What is the latest treatment for Lyme disease?

Researchers found that a neglected antibiotic called hygromycin A selectively kills the bacteria that cause Lyme disease.

Is Lyme disease serious if caught early?

If diagnosed in the early stages, Lyme disease can be cured with antibiotics. Without treatment, complications involving the joints, heart, and nervous system can occur. But these symptoms are still treatable and curable.

Does Lyme disease cause permanent damage?

Most people with Lyme disease respond well to antibiotics and fully recover. Varying degrees of permanent nervous system damage may develop in people who do not receive treatment in the early stages of illness and who develop late-stage Lyme disease.

What does Stage 2 Lyme disease look like?

Symptoms of early disseminated Lyme disease (Stage 2) may occur weeks to months after the tick bite, and may include: Numbness or pain in the distribution of a nerve. Paralysis or weakness in the muscles of the face, especially a facial nerve palsy. Meningitis, characterized by severe headache, stiff neck, fever.

What are at least 5 early signs of Lyme disease?

RASH. A small red bump is likely to appear at the sight of any tick bite, and does not necessarily mean you’ve contracted Lyme disease. FATIGUE. HEADACHE. FEVER AND CHILLS. BODY ACHE. SWOLLEN LYMPH NODES.

Is Lyme disease serious?

More serious symptoms may develop if Lyme disease is left untreated or is not treated early. These can include: pain and swelling in the joints. nerve problems – such as numbness or pain in your limbs.

What are 4 late symptoms of Lyme disease?

Symptoms of late stage Lyme disease Facial palsy, also known as Bell’s palsy – paralysis of one side of the face. Arthritis or joint pain and swelling, especially of large joints (such as the knee) Intermittent tendon, muscle, joint, nerve, or bone pain. Heart palpitations or arrhythmia.

How long does it take to recover from Lyme disease?

Lyme disease treatment with antibiotics is successful most of the time, but the disease lingers sometimes. People with early stage Lyme disease may recover in a few weeks with treatment, but recovery time may be as long as six months for late stage Lyme disease.

What are at least 5 early signs of Lyme disease?

Fever, chills, headache, fatigue, muscle and joint aches, and swollen lymph nodes may occur in the absence of rash. Erythema migrans (EM) rash (see photos): Occurs in approximately 70 to 80 percent of infected persons.

What are the 3 stages of Lyme disease?

Like syphilis, Lyme is classified into 3 stages: localized, disseminated and persistent. The first two stages are part of early infection and the third stage is part of persistent or chronic disease. Stage 3 usually occurs within 12 months of the infection.

Can you get Lyme disease twice?

Yes, you can get Lyme disease twice – or more. This is different from being newly infected by other tick-borne illnesses, such as Ehrlichia or Tick-Borne Relapsing Fever, which can present with Lyme-like symptoms but are actually caused by different bacteria than the Lyme disease bacteria.