Archive for February, 2010

Bryan Rosner on Twitter and Facebook!

Well, I’ve finally taken the plunge and set up pages for on Facebook and Twitter. The pages are new and don’t have much content yet, but you could be one of the first people to join. If you don’t use Facebook or Twitter, don’t worry – I’ll continue to update this blog as well.



Author Connie Strasheim on the Radio Wed, Feb 24 at 12PM EST

This is your chance to hear Connie Strasheim, author of The Lyme Disease Survival Guide and Insights Into Lyme Disease Treatment, live on the radio!

When: Wed, Feb 24 at 12PM EST

What: Show called “Truth To Tell”

More info:

2010 LIA Lyme-Induced Autism Conference

Details are emerging about the 4th annual LIA foundation conference! Learn more here:

Dates are April 15 – April 18, 2010, in Indian Wells, CA

Check out the top-notch list of speakers:

Physicians Training Speakers

Therese Yang, MD – Overview of the Diagnosis and Treatment of Lyme disease

Dietrich Klinghardt, MD – The Treatment of Lyme disease Without Antibiotics

Aristo Vojdani, PhD – A Gut Feeling for Inflammation in Autism

Armin Schwarzbach, MD, PhD – Staging Processes in the Laboratory Diagnosis of Lyme and Multiple-Infections

George Gonzalez, DC, QN – Cranial Nerve Rehabilitation

Physicians Case Sharing Panel – Moderated by Jeff Wulfman, MD

General Session Speakers

Jeff Wulfman, MD – Who are you?  Human and Microbial Interaction in Lyme Borreliosis, Autism and Modern Disease

Steve Harris, MD and Therese Yang, MD

Jorge Moreno, DO – From Airway to Neuro-Regeneration

Wayne Anderson, ND – Why Does Lyme disease Treatment Fail?

Jamie Juarez, MA, MFT – Applications of Biofeedback and Neurofeedback for Patients Suffering with Autism, Lyme disease and Auto-Immune Disorders

Michael Payne, MS, CRC, CNS – A Better Brain!  Energetic Testing and the Resotartion of Neurophysiology Through the Use of Communication Molecules

Gilbert Renaud and Jorge Moreno, DO – Digging Deeper into Lyme and Autism by Identifying the Emotional Trauma Behind These Conditions

Amy Derksen, ND – Foundational Approach to Treating Autism and Chronic Illness

Elizabeth Hesse-Sheehan, DC, QN – Utilizing Plant Stem Cells/Embryonic Phytotherapy for Immune Modulation, Biofilm and Symptom Management of LIA.  Quantum Neurology Basics and Case Studies

Toby Watkinson, DC – Autonomic Nervous System Dysfunction and Chronic Illness:  Case Studies From Current Research Study with Autism

Perry Louis Fields – Aerobic and Anerobic Conditioning to Fight Lyme and My Lyme Plan and How I Did it!

Dietrich Klinghardt, MD – Recent Advances in the Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder

CLEARANCE SALE: 2008 Annual Report + FREE E-Book

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Bryan’s new video – plus excerpt from Lyme/Autism book

I recently made a video on the connection between Lyme disease and mental illness, and I’ve posted that, along with an excerpt from The Lyme Autism Connection, here:

Lyme Disease and Mental Illness – Bipolar, Schizophrenia, OCD

Evidence: Magnesium Deficiency is related to Lyme Disease

When I wrote my book entitled The Top 10 Lyme Disease Treatments, and included a chapter on magnesium deficiency (see the Table of Contents), some people questioned the veracity of my claim that magnesium deficiency is related to Lyme infection. Well, I’ll now share some evidence.

The date is 1997 and the place is Romania, at the Department of Clinical Immunology, University of Medicine and Pharmacy. It was seen that not one, but 3 patients had concurrent magnesium deficiency and Lyme disease, and that furthermore, the patients failed to respond to antibiotics unless magnesium deficiency was addressed first. I’ll let you read the article for yourself:

Full article:

Excerpted Key Points:

In June 1997 we had under observation a 26‐year‐old man who came to the hospital for articular pain localized in both knees, cephalea, evening subfebrility starting 10 days before. During this time interval, the patient saw his family doctor who prescribed him oral anti‐inflammatory, antipyretic medication, as well as bed rest. As his general status did not improve, he was referred to the hospital with the diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis. At the objective examination, performed in the ambulatory service, he was pale, subfebrile, sweating, with discrete splenomegaly. History revealed acute endogenous uveitis, treated with retro bulbar injections with cortisone and atropine. Laboratory examinations showed moderate anemia (Hb ∓ 11.4 g\dl; Hct ∓ 34.4%) and leukocytosis of 9.9 K\ìL. A low serum magnesium concentration was also found ‐‐ 1.21 mEq\L (14.7 mg\L). We confirmed the presence of uveitis and arthritis and proposed the continuation of anti‐inflammatory therapy associated with antibiotherapy for 7 days. After another 10 days, the patient came again, complaining of flu‐like phenomena and having an erythematous area of approximately 6 cm on the anterior face of the thigh, with satellite inguinal adenopathy. The clinical and laboratory aspects were suggestive for Lyme disease (table I and II). Continued

New Lyme Diet book by Nicola McFadzean, ND

We at created a page to announce the release of a new book on Lyme diet by a naturopathic physician, Dr. Nicola McFadzean, ND. Visit this page to see the cover and some release details. Stay tuned.


Information de Lyme Disease en Espanol

¡Nuevo Libro de Lyme, Ahora a la Venta!
“Perspectivas en el Tratamiento de la Enfermedad de Lyme”
Para comprar el libro, haga “click” aquí: 
Pedidos por teléfono: +1 (303) 800-5387 … Se Habla Espanol

We are working on getting together some information on Lyme disease in the spanish language. Connie Strasheim, author of Insights Into Lyme Disease Treatment, is bilingual, and has put together this rough draft of information. We hope to expand on it and possibly even create / translate books in spanish for the spanish-speaking population. Here is what we have so far:

Informacion de Lyme Disease en Espanol, Spanish