Fly Yoga – NOW!

This 6-week program will combine the tools of yoga science (physical posturing, meditation and breathing techniques) with group discussion and a blend of yogic and Western psychotherapy to provide participants with relief from their chronic pain.  Classes will meet weekly.

Classes will be held at Fly Yoga School in Vineyard Haven

Contact: Kristine Leone, LICSW (508) 397-8433

Brochure (PDF)

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How Can I Get Better? by Dr Richard Horowitz


Buy Dr Horowitz’s new book on pre-order today!

How Can I Get Better?

Dr Richard Horowitz Describes the Symptoms

Saturday, July 30th – Dr Kim Lewis to Speak in West Tisbury

Dr Kim Lewis speaks this evening …

“New Approaches to Combat Lyme Disease”

Saturday, July 30th, 2016

5:00 pm to 6:30 pm

West Tisbury Free Public Library

Kim Lewis, Ph.D., is a Distinguished Professor at Northeastern University, as well as Director of the Antimicrobial Discovery Center in the University’s College of Science.  His areas of expertise include antimicrobial drug tolerance, drug discovery, and microbial biotechnology.

Professor Lewis and his team have received worldwide attention recently for their discovery of the antibiotic, teixobactin, which kills bacteria without any detectable resistance.  Now Dr. Lewis is targeting the bacteria that cause Lyme, honing a pulse-dosing antibiotic strategy to kill the persistent cells that trigger the chronic form of the disease.

Print out the FLYER.

See you there!

– Enid

Massachusetts Lyme Insurance Bill – Fact vs Fiction

From the Massachusetts Lyme Legislative Task Force:

In anticipation of Governor Baker’s veto, we updated our previous advocacy document “Fiction versus Fact,” and have sent it to every state legislator to encourage them to support an override:


In view of Governor Baker’s veto of this vital legislation, we want to clarify some misconceptions about H4491 and to remind you of the following factual information. We hope that this will be help to sort out truth from error in suppositions about the bill.

FICTION #1: Legislators should not pass this bill because they are not qualified to practice medicine.

FACT: This bill does NOT legislate treatment. On the contrary, it enables licensed physicians to make treatment decisions based upon their best clinical judgement, without interference from third-party insurers.

It simply bridges the gap between the physician’s prescription of long-term antibiotics (defined as anything greater than one month), already protected by state law, and the patient’s ability to pay for it through insurance. This approach incorporates both physician judgement as well as patients’ values, consistent with the principles of evidence-based medicine.

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