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Lyme Disease Protocol

A 3 to 6 month protocol that has proven very effective at helping the body to reduce, and eventually eliminate, Lyme’s Disease and its various symptoms.

Benefits of Lyme Disease Treatment:

Reduces common symptoms, such as:

  • Fever/Chills
  • Headache
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle and joint aches or severe swelling
  • Erythema migrans (EM) rash
  • Dizziness
  • Nerve pain
  • Facial palsy

The Technique

Lyme’s disease is a very destructive disease in the body and can even cross the blood brain barrier. Most of the patients that Dr. Storkan has seen have a myriad of symptoms and have dealt with them for years. Some have been diagnosed with a blood test, however these are still somewhat inconclusive. Most are diagnosed based on symptoms. Using his unique approach to the Total Body Modification (TBM) technique, Dr. Storkan is able to look for various co-infections of Lyme’s disease, which has been quite accurate in determining whether Lyme’s is the cause. From here he is able to harmonize the body’s energy system around these patterns. This allows the body to no longer react to the disease, and to much more effectively fight it off.

Dr. Storkan’s Lyme Disease Protocol takes about 3-4 months, though sometimes longer depending on the condition of the body when they come in. If there are several extenuating circumstances, the time may extend to about 5-6 months. The patient is required to be reevaluated about every 2-3 weeks. Through experience, Dr. Storkan has found this to be a good interval for the new issues to come out of hiding so the body can identify them. After all the patterns have been eliminated, it takes another 2-3 months to clean up the mess that the disease leaves behind. This may include weakened organs or glands, and any other symptoms that may continue to linger. Most patients, however, quickly feel considerably better, even during the process.


None, other than patients having more energy and gradual symptom relief.



The common “bullseye rash” that often accompanies Lyme’s Disease.