A documentary that will save thousands. Rob Matthies wants to share his story with the world and help thousands overcome chronic Lyme disease just like he did.
Contact: Rob Matthies Vancouver, BC (604) 512-9567 firstname.lastname@example.org For Immediate Release New Documentary in Works for Lyme Disease Recovery in 53 Days Vancouver (February 28 th , 2018) – I am Rob Matthies, a rare survivor of chronic Lyme disease. I want share my story with the world and help thousands overcome chronic Lyme disease just like I did. I am also an award-winning inventor. My hobby is solving seemingly-impossible problems. I know of only two people who have fully recovered in less than 60 days from chronic Lyme disease and its horrible symptoms. One of these people is Will Wiegman, PhD, and the other is me. Both of us employed unconventional medical procedures, and it is these procedures I want to share with the world. My Story My hiking counterpart Julie and I contracted Lyme disease while hiking in Vancouver last year. Soon after the hike, I started developing symptoms; severe joint pain, Lyme rashes, and brain fog. I was devastated when I realised I had intermediate-chronic stage Lyme disease. Julie had the symptoms too - we both had Lyme disease. I decided that I was going to fight the disease with all I had, and the next 53 days was one of the most difficult experiences of my life. Lyme Disease Lyme disease is an infectious disease caused by bacteria of the Borrelia type which is spread by ticks. Traditionally, Lyme disease is treated with a regimen of antibiotics (most times, Doxycycline). But Lyme disease progresses quickly, and after 20 days of exposure, it goes from “acute” to a chronic infection. Doxtcyline is little help at the chronic stage. In December, a Lyme disease organization featured a major, conclusive, study that shows that a 28-day regimen of Doxycycline does not kill Borrellia. My path to total recovery Knowing that I would not get much help from conventional medicine, I began to search for alternative treatments. In my search I came across the story and work of Will Wiegman, PhD. I also got valuable information from Johns Hopkins, ILADS, and