Kelsey Wenburg is a 39-year-old woman from Anchorage, Alaska. She’s on a health journey healing from Lyme disease and mold.
Prior to contracting Lyme disease, Ms. Wenburg was working full-time and ran weekly workouts. She then became a health coach and helped others heal their bodies from a variety of ailments.
At the age of 29, Ms. Wenburg first began to exhibit alarming symptoms that she later learned were caused by Lyme disease, which included fatigue and insomnia. Unfortunately, as time went on, Ms. Wenburg developed worsening symptoms and had to quit her government job three years after her initial symptoms began.
Ms. Wenburg tried to simplify her life while trying to figure out what was going on with her health, but 3 years later she became completely bedridden, lost her ability to think, and developed debilitating seizures. Shortly after this decline, she was finally diagnosed with Lyme disease at the age of 35.
Ms. Weburg used a wide variety of treatment modalities, including Bee Venom Therapy (BVT), Disulfiram, antibiotics (oral, IV, and injections), antiparasitics, mold treatments, herbs, ozone, laser therapy, and more while treating with Dr. Klinghardt and Dr. Lehman. She’s been treating for the past 3 and a half years and has made significant progress recently.
If you would like to learn how a young woman from Alaska never gave up after doctors dismissed her symptoms for years and has since used a diverse set of treatment tools to heal, then tune in now!
PS Heather Glovack special guest co-hosted this interview with Matt from Tick Boot Camp!