3rd International Tick Borne Diseases Conference

3rd International Tick Borne Diseases Conference from Karl Mcmanus Foundation

By: Karl Mcmanus Foundation  12-Feb-2015
Keywords: Tick Borne Disease, a Lyme Disease, Relapsing Fever,

Dr David Bird National Institute of integrative Medicine, Melbourne, Victoria Whole body Hyperthermia- history as a medical therapy, its effect on the immune system and a possible treatment modality for tick-borne diseases. Professor Diego Cadavid Professor of Neurology Massachusetts General Hospital Boston USA Australian Lyme-like illness shares some symptoms with relapsing fever. Relapsing fever is the forgotten borreliosis that is endemic in Africa, Middle East, Asia, South America and the West Coast of USA. Professor Cadavid is a world expert in relapsing fever Borrelia. Dr Trevor Cheney 3 Rivers Health & Medical Bellingen, NSW Introduction for primary care practitioners to managing tick borne diseases in Australia. Professor Jeremy Coplan Professor of Psychiatry, State University New York, NY, USA Cognitive and psychiatric symptoms can predominate in neuroborreliosis. The need for clinicians to understand underlying infections in some psychiatric symptoms is very important. Professor Coplan is a Lyme literate psychiatrist with extensive experience in Neuropsychiatric aspects of Lyme disease. Dr Mark Donohoe Mosman, NSW Complexities of chronic illness Dr Tim Ewer Mapua Health Centre Nelson, New Zealand A New Zealand experience of "Lyme" Dr Stephen Harris Pacific Frontier Medical Centre, San Francisco, CA, USA Dr Harris is a prominent internist and an ILADS educator. He has in depth knowledge on clinical signs and symptoms and treatment of Lyme and other tick-borne infections. His theme is Three Standard Approaches to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Lyme Disease Dr Mualla McManus School of Medical Sciences The University of Sydney Effects of Borrelia on host immunity : possible consequences for diagnostics William Shirvington School of Medical Sciences University of Sydney Preliminary investigation of Australian borreliosis patients using current two-tiered serology approach Dr Louise Stone Sydney Medical School The University of Sydney, NSW There will never be a transparent ribbon day: understanding, managing and supporting people with medically unexplained symptoms. Brooke Storey-Lewis School of Medical Sciences University of Sydney Investigation of evidence for Babesia species in Australians with symptoms of tick-borne illness Dr Christabelle Yeoh Invitation to Health Wyoming, NSW Understanding chronic infections - The terrain, the neuro -immune system and their interphases

Keywords: a Lyme Disease, Australian Lyme-Like Illness, Relapsing Fever, Tick Borne Disease,