Friday, November 2, 2018

Rockland Special Event


On Tuesday, Nov 13, Midcoast Lyme Disease Support & Education (MLDSE) is pleased to host their Lyme and Tick-borne Disease: Prevention, Awareness, Diagnosing/Treatment talk with Dr Elizabeth Yori of Heritage Natural Health and Paul McFarland of Tick Talk Maine.  This talk will be held at The Knox Center located at 6 White Street in Rockland, Maine from 6:00pm-8:00pm in lieu of their regular Lyme support meeting. This talk is free and open to the public, for those suffering from tick-borne illness and for those looking for more information on how to protect themselves from tick encounters. For more information about this talk and or other meetings and events held by MLDSE, visit www.mldse.org or call Paula 207-446-6447 Angele 207-841-8757

Brunswick Lyme Support Meeting with Guest Speaker



Dr Michael Noonan, DC to speak at Lyme support meeting

Midcoast Lyme Disease Support & Education (MLDSE) is pleased to host Dr Michael Noonan, DC as their guest speaker at their Nov 7th Lyme support meeting held at Mid Coast Hospital from 6-8pm in the Board Room.

Dr Noonan is a 1982 graduate of Cleveland Chiropractic College. After receiving chiropractic care at age 16 for pain relief, he quickly had a vested interest in helping others obtain pain relief after witnessing and personally benefitting from chiropractic care.  In his 35 years of practice, Dr Noonan has expanded his skills to includeacupuncture, nutrition, supplements, and herbs, stating that it has been his experience that chronic Lyme patients benefit most from this multipronged approach.  Dr Noonan works at Augat Chiropractic in Brunswick where he works with patients to normalize digestion, immune function, sleep, joint and
muscle pain.

This Lyme support meeting is open to the public and we encourage anyone who has Lyme or Tick-borne Disease or is experiencing chronic pain to attend this meeting for free information and to connect with Dr Noonan for pain management.

Midcoast Lyme Disease Support & Education is a nonprofit charitable organization, the Maine-partner of the National Lyme Disease Association, that offers free resources to Maine’s Lyme Community.  For more information about this meeting or MLDSE, please visit our website www.mldse.org or call Paula 207-446-6447 or Angele 207-841-8757.