Episode 391: Lyme Liberation – an interview with Ryan Courneya

  • Introduction:
    • Ryan Courneya is a Lyme disease advocate who delved deep into the intricacies of this illness for years after getting sick and now wishes to share his discoveries and experiences with others.
  • Ryan’s Initial Experience with Lyme:
    • Ryan didn’t perceive ticks as dangerous, but hindsight reveals their threat.
    • Endured stress from an intense lifestyle, leaning on exercise and supplements for relief.
    • Pursued a career in marketing at Sanford Health, later transitioning through various sales positions.
    • Began to notice health symptoms intensifying, wondering if they were linked to factors like caffeine intake.
  • Medical Journey:
    • Consulted primary care for routine evaluations.
    • Misdiagnosed with occipital neuralgia and sudden onset depression and anxiety, but his health issues persisted.
    • Felt that numerous doctors disregarded his symptoms.
    • A friend proposed that his health issues might stem from Lyme, an idea that was both alarming and affirming for Ryan.
  • Treatment and Recovery:
    • Tested and found positive for European and American strains of Borrelia Burgdorferi, as well as Babesia Microti, Cytomegalovirus (CMV), Parvovirus, and Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV).
    • Leveraged IV Ozone Therapy with an Ultraviolet (UV) component to combat Lyme bacteria.
    • Incorporated the WAVE1 device by FREmedica, a frequency therapy instrument.
    • Used herbal supplements, particularly Doctor Bill Rawls’ Lyme protocol grounded in Stephen Buhner’s research.
    • Advocated for a proactive mindset as pivotal in the healing journey.
  • Further Exploration and Treatment:
    • Addressed potential mold concerns and explored methodologies for testing both his physique and residence for mold.
    • Investigated treatments tailored for related viruses.
    • Experimented with methylene blue, deducing it’s most effective when combined with red light therapy.
    • Underwent SOT Therapy, a method crafted to pinpoint and exterminate specific pathogens. In Ryan’s case, it was directed at Borrelia Burgdorferi, the Lyme-inducing bacterium.
  • Conclusion:
    • Ryan emphasizes that while it’s beneficial to reduce and manage pathogens, one doesn’t need to eradicate all of them to maintain good health. He notes that certain microbes, like EBV, might remain but can coexist with a strong immune system in a balanced state.
    • Stresses the significance of understanding one’s life purpose in confronting chronic diseases.
    • Ryan continues to assist others by recounting his journey.

For a deeper insight into Ryan Courneya’s healing trajectory and the therapeutic methods he embraced, tune into the complete episode on our website or any primary podcast platform.