Lyme Disease: The Mechanisms of Neuro Healing

In this webinar replay, British-born Naturopath and Founder of Infusio, Philip Battiade, shares his 20 years of experience and research into the treatment of Lyme disease through cell therapy, and most specifically, the mechanisms of neurological healing. He’ll also go through the comprehensive science behind cellular breakdown and how Infusio can rebuild the immune system.

Philip discusses:

• The diverse symptoms patients go through during neuro healing
• Treating Lyme disease through Foundational Medicine and SVF (Stromal Vascular Fraction)
• The new advancements in the Infusio program and how we’ve adjusted the protocol to stay on top of the mutation of Lyme disease
• What the future holds for those affected by Lyme and other chronic illnesses

Philip Battiade developed the Infusio concept, a multi-level approach designed to rebuild the immune system and target the root cause of the disease.

What is Lyme disease?

Lyme disease is a bacterial infection that is spread to humans by infected blacklegged ticks that feed on the blood of mammals, including humans. The longer the tick is in place, the higher the risk of infection.

It is caused by the Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria. Once infected, the bacteria moves slowly through your skin and into your blood and lymphatic system. Lyme symptoms include flu-like symptoms, such as tiredness, headaches and muscle or joint pain, neurological symptoms, such as temporary paralysis of the facial muscles, fatigue and brain fog, muscle pain and inflammation and can develop over time.

The Infusio approach assumes that a healthy body can defend itself against disease and that the natural tendency of our body is to heal. Using Philip’s ‘Five Steps to Health’ we can help the body find the balance it needs to heal. These steps include Immune Modulation, Cellular Optimization, Detoxification, Disease-Specific Treatment, Mind-Body Medicine.

Infusio uses Stromal Vascular Fraction (SVF), an extract derived from fat tissue, which contains stem cells as well as a whole array of other important cells, exosomes and growth factors. SVF is a very complex substance and can turn off an inflammatory response, cause cells to multiply, and call in specialized cells to perform specific functions. Studies indicate that stromal vascular fraction does much more than simply repair. It’s application triggers a systemic response, activating the body’s ability to regulate cell function and promote healing. We use this in our Lyme program to repair the cellular terrain and treat the damage caused by Lyme disease.