Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt and the Neurobiology of Lyme Disease

Lyme disease can have mysterious and frustrating effects on the brain and nervous system, but biologists are learning more about the causes and effects of chronic Lyme and other tick-borne illnesses.

This week, I am honored to welcome Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt of the world-renowned Sophia Health Institute to Lyme Light Radio. Dr. Klinghhardt exemplifies masterful knowledge of Lyme and associated infections, and he is gracious to share with us his knowledge of the reasons that some of us get sick, and the steps we can take to get better.

Dr_Dietrich_KlinghardtDr Dietrich Klinghardt MD, PhD, is Founder of the Klinghardt Academy (USA), the American Academy of Neural Therapy, Medical Director of the Institute of Neurobiology, and lead clinician at the Sophia Health Institute, located in Woodinville, Washington. He is also Founder and Chairman of the Institute for Neurobiology (Germany) and (Switzerland). Klinghardt Academy (USA) provides teachings to the English speaking world on biological interventions and Autonomic Response Testing assessment techniques.

Klinghardt has lectured at the universities of Illinois, Utah, Freiburg, Adelaide, Capital University (Washington DC) and others, and the medical schools of Geneva and Zurich. Between 1996-2005 he was Associate Professor at the Department of Applied Neurobiology at Capital University. He is regularly invited to teach workshops at the prestigious Medicine Week in Baden-Baden, Germany and the International Lyme and Associated Diseases (ILADS) conferences. Among his books is the groundbreaking Psychokinesiology A new Approach in Psychosomatic Medicine, on muscle feedback-guided psychotherapy. Many of his teachings, manuals, seminar DVD’s and clinical tools are available through his website http://www.klinghardtacademy.com.

You can tune in to this historic interview on Wednesday, July 9 at 1PM PT/4PM ET, on WBLQ in Southern New England and http://www.transformationtalkradio.com.

Katina I. Makris, CCH, CIH


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