Michelle McKeon is the owner and operator of Lyme and Cancer Services. She is also a Certified Clinical Nutritionist who specializes in tick-borne diseases, hyperthermia treatment, detoxification, gut health, and inflammatory issues. Michelle was introduced to functional medicine after her personal struggle with a debilitating battle of Lyme disease. The tick that bit her also infected Michelle with the co-infections Bartonella, Powassan virus, Protomyxzoa Rhuematica, and Mycoplasma Pneumonia. After years of trying the various treatment options available, and not responding to the protocols, she decided to receive whole-body hyperthermia treatment. This treatment saved her life, and for the first time she was able to see a light at the end of the tunnel.
Once returning home from the hospital, she immersed herself in daily detoxification and cell membrane repair therapies, vitamins and supplements, herbal tinctures, and she followed a strict diet to aid her body in the recovery process. From this experience, she decided to go back to school to receive a master’s degree in Human Nutrition at the University of Bridgeport. Upon graduating Summa Cum Laude, she began her private practice as a Certified Clinical Nutritionist at Balancing Pathways. She has authored two Ebooks, and advocates for people with health conditions, through collaborating on projects with Generation Lyme, writing articles for health magazines, and speaking at schools, conferences, and support groups.
She has been guiding both local and long-distance clients through addressing various factors that are causing their symptoms. Michelle looks for these answers through exploring mold mycotoxins, genetic/methylation issues, heavy metals, tick-borne infections, candida, cell membrane damage, parasites and viral infections, dental issues, diet, and gut flora. Her hope is to guide people in their healing journey by educating them about hyperthermia as a successful treatment option, and by directing patients on the therapies received before, during, and after hyperthermia treatment. It does get better. Read about Michelle McKeon’s personal health story here.
Christina Carter’s journey with Lyme Disease began in 2004 when she was bit in the San Francisco, Bay Area and was told that Lyme did not exist in California. Throughout the years she saw a multitude of specialists from the Neurologist to the Podiatrist and everything in-between!
As the disease progressed, Christina was forced to close her thriving business and leave her career in Mental Health, to begin the full-time occupation of taking care of herself. After moving to Colorado, finding the right physician, and getting the proper labs she finally had an answer, CDC positive Lyme. Christina then began the long and arduous task of rebuilding her body so that she could begin treatment. During this time her daughter and son became sick and both tested positive as well. When she was finally healthy enough to begin treatment is when her husband read about Whole-body Hyperthermia. Christina was treated, along with her teenage daughter, Bella, in the summer of 2017. Her husband also received treatment in December of 2017, and to say hyperthermia saved their lives would be an understatement!
With a new lease on life, Christina is excited to be a part of Lyme and Cancer Services. Through personally experiencing the benefits of hyperthermia on her tick-borne infections and having the perspective of a mother and a wife whose family members received treatment as well, she is able to support others on their journey back to health. Christina helps educate others on tick-borne infections and the therapies that are making a difference through conferences, articles, and videos. Read about Christina Carter’s personal health story here.