Lyme Disease Treatments Miami Beach FL

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

Local Businesses

Nardo Zaias

4302 Alton Rd Ste 1005
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Gary Rosenbaum

(305) 538-7726
4302 Alton Road Suite 420
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Gary J Rosenbaum

4302 Alton Rd Ste 420
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Nidal Masri

1060 Kane Concourse
Miami Beach, FL 33154

Bal Harbour Plastic Surgery

(305) 861-8266
1140 Kane Concourse
Miami Beach, FL 33154

Beverly Hills Cosmetic Center

(305) 532-3186
300 W 41St St Ste 100
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Arthur N Weissmann

400 W 41St St Ste 300
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Brian Katz

(305) 674-7414
4308 Alton Road, Ste 510
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Bass Siddharth

(305) 975-2939
119 Washington Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Raiffe Lance P

(305) 538-8658
4302 Alton Rd Ste 620
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Katz Brian

(305) 674-7414
4308 Alton Rd
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Gary Jay Rosenberg

4302 Alton Rd Ste 420
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Daniel Harvey Kane

4302 Alton Rd Ste 740
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Edward A Gross

333 W 41St St
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Nidal Masri

(305) 865-7866
1060 Kane Concourse
Miami Beach, FL 33154

Brandon Kallman

(305) 673-6164
4701 N. Meridian Avenue Suite 7000
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Lance Paul Raiffe

4302 Alton Rd Ste 620
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Miami Beach Cosmetic And Plastic Surgery Center

400 West 41St Street Suite 305
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Kaplan Chance

(305) 532-8665
4302 Alton Rd Ste 115
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Ary Krau, Facs

(305) 861-6881
1143 Kane Concourse
Miami Beach, FL 33154

Lyme Disease Treatments FAQ in Miami Beach, FL

What does the beginning of Lyme disease feel like?

Early Lyme disease may feel like the flu: fever, sore muscles, headache and fatigue. Some people may develop a highly distinctive rash, which may look like a bull’s-eye. However, many people with Lyme never knew they were bitten and never developed a rash. The CDC reports that rashes occur in 60-80% of cases.

What happens if Lyme disease is not treated?

Lyme disease that goes untreated for many months or years may be harder to treat with antibiotics. Untreated cases can progress to serious, even fatal health conditions, from arthritis and nerve pain to cardiac arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat) or Lyme neuroborreliosis (inflammation of the brain and spine).

Can doxycycline cure late stage Lyme disease?

Although early-stage LD can be successfully treated with doxycycline or amoxicillin, late-stage LD with arthritis and neurological symptoms can be refractory to antibiotic treatment.

What part of the body does Lyme disease affect?

Lyme disease can affect different body systems, such as the nervous system, joints, skin, and heart. The symptoms of Lyme disease are often described as happening in three stages.

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.

What are the symptoms of Lyme disease years later?

pain and swelling in the joints. nerve problems – such as numbness or pain in your limbs. memory problems. difficulty concentrating. heart problems.

What is the fastest way to cure Lyme disease?

Antibiotic pills The standard treatment for Lyme disease is an antibiotic taken as a pill. The treatment usually lasts 10 to 14 days. Treatment may be longer depending on your symptoms. It’s important to take all pills as directed even if you’re feeling better.

Does Lyme arthritis ever go away?

About 60% of people who are infected with Lyme develop arthritis unless they receive antibiotics. In most, Lyme arthritis resolves after 30 days of treatment with an oral antibiotic, such as doxycycline or amoxicillin.

Can you get rid of Lyme disease?

Although most cases of Lyme disease can be cured with a 2- to 4-week course of oral antibiotics, patients can sometimes have symptoms of pain, fatigue, or difficulty thinking that lasts for more than 6 months after they finish treatment. This condition is called Post-Treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome (PTLDS).

What does Lyme disease do to a person?

Lyme disease is a bacterial infection you get from the bite of an infected tick. At first, Lyme disease usually causes symptoms such as a rash, fever, headache, and fatigue. But if it is not treated early, the infection can spread to your joints, heart, and nervous system. Prompt treatment can help you recover quickly.