Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Meeting: Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine for Lyme 9/29/16 at 6 PM

The Lyme Alliance of the Berkshires will be holding our monthly meeting on Thursday, September 29th starting at 6 pm at the Berkshire Athenaeum on 1 Wendell Avenue in Pittsfield, MA. We meet in the ground floor auditorium. Our featured speaker will be local practitioner Kelly Clady with her presentation "Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine in the Treatment of Lyme Disease". We look forward to learning the ways that other healing modalities like acupuncture and Chinese medicine can benefit those with Lyme disease and chronic illness. We will be handing out lots of free information! Bring a list of questions! The presentation will be followed by facilitated open discussion. We look forward to seeing you there!

Berkshire Athenaeum
Ground Floor Auditorium
1 Wendell Avenue
Pittsfield, MA 01201

6 PM

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Delays and Recent Lack of Online Presence

For the past month the Lyme Alliance of the Berkshires has not been available online due to spotty internet access (we were away from home for three weeks) and due to a mixture of health issues and computer issues (laptop was being troublesome). We are now back home and looking forward to starting up where we left off. Thank you for your patience.

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Monthly Awareness Meeting, 8/9 @ 6 PM

The Lyme Alliance of the Berkshires will be hosting our monthly tick-borne disease awareness meeting on Tuesday, August 9th, 2016 starting at 6 PM at the Berkshire Athenaeum at 1 Wendell Avenue in Pittsfield, MA. The meeting will take place in the ground floor auditorium. Our topic this month will be Lab Testing and the Science of Lyme Disease with guest speaker Robert Giguere of IGeneX Labs. The meeting will begin with a presentation by Robert that breaks down the complicated science behind Lyme disease and its related infections into an understandable form. He will also be discussing how the testing works, its flaws and how to understand your test results. Following the presentation, the meeting will transition to open discussion. Attendees are encouraged to bring a list of questions. It is not necessary for you to be ill with a tick-borne infection to benefit! Anyone can get Lyme disease and its related infections, no one is without risk. The event is free to the public! All attendees will receive a free informational booklet and tick removal kit!