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Saturday, January 11, 2020

TIOGA COUNTY LYME DISEASE SUPPORT GROUP TO MEET THURSDAY, JAN. 16

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Helen O. Hiserman, MHP, PA-C

At the Tioga County Lyme Disease Support Group meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 16, Physician Assistant Helen Hiserman will talk about "Lyme Flare - What is it? What to do before, during and after?" The meeting will be in the Native Bagel at 1 Central Avenue in Wellsboro. It is free and open to the public.

"The presentation and discussion will focus on recognizing triggers that lead to Lyme flare," said Hiserman. "I will also talk about how to deal with the onslaught of recurring Lyme symptoms and important strategies that can be used including supplementation, nutrition and lifestyle."

Hiserman is employed by BNG Aesthetics Skin & Laser Center in Williamsport where she provides Ondamed treatment and does nutritional consults to evaluate the status of patients to help them with weight loss and digestive and chronic health issues. From 1998 to 2015, Hiserman had worked at the Powers Clinic in Williamsport where she received certification as an Ondamed® practitioner.

An active member of the Pennsylvania Society of Physician Assistants, Hiserman received her undergraduate degree in Biology at the University of Santa Clara in California and her Physician Assistant certificate along with a Masters in Health Professions from Northeastern University in Boston, Ma. Her background is in family medicine with 20 years in integrative and nutritional medicine.

Luke Dunham and Thomas Putnam are regional co-leaders with the PA Lyme Resource Network and co-leaders of the support group. Both have been diagnosed with chronic Lyme disease and live in the Wellsboro area. For information, contact Dunham and Putnam by email at tiogacountylyme@palyme.org or by calling Putnam at 570-439-2000.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Wish these could be held different places sometimes. I live in southern Potter County--work until 5 and can't get there. I have had Lyme for many years--many flares. Like to talk to others.