Recover from Lyme Disease with Dimer Health once you leave the hospital

Lyme disease is a bacterial infection that is spread by ticks. If left untreated, Lyme disease can cause serious and long-term health problems, including arthritis, heart problems, and neurological problems.

Get a personalized care plan and 24x7 clinical support until you fully recover:

Schedule your video call with one of our experienced providers

We will create a personalized core plan and set follow up appointments as needed

You will have 24x7 support for any question via phone, text or web app

We accept most insurances and currently available in New Jersey and New York

How it works

1Book your first appointment

Let our experienced healthcare professionals assess your condition and create a personalized recovery plan for you.

2Personalized Healthcare

Enjoy scheduled follow-up visits tailored to your medical requirements, all without leaving your home.

3Always Available,
Always Caring

Get instant access to expert medical advice through phone, text, or telehealth, available 24/7 to address your on going needs and concerns.

What is Lyme Disease

Lyme disease is a bacterial infection primarily transmitted by black-legged ticks, commonly known as deer ticks. These ticks are typically found in wooded and grassy areas throughout the United States and parts of Europe and Asia. Infection occurs when a tick infected with the bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi bites a person and remains attached for 36 to 48 hours. Early signs of Lyme disease often include a distinct circular rash that resembles a bull's-eye, along with symptoms like fever, headache, fatigue, and muscle and joint aches.

If not treated promptly with antibiotics, Lyme disease can progress to more severe symptoms, including neurological problems, severe joint pain, and heart rhythm irregularities. Early detection and treatment are crucial and can usually lead to a full recovery. Preventative measures include using insect repellent, wearing protective clothing in tick-prone areas, performing regular tick checks after being outdoors, and promptly removing ticks to reduce the risk of infection.

Please call or book an appointment with us if you think you have Lyme disease or are recovering from it

Lyme Disease Recovery Tips

Recovering from Lyme disease treatment after a hospital discharge involves managing lingering symptoms and ensuring the infection is fully resolved. Here are some tips to help you recover effectively:

Following these tips can help you recover more comfortably and effectively from Lyme disease.

  1. Complete Your Medication Course: If antibiotics were prescribed to treat Lyme disease, it’s critical to finish the entire course as directed by your doctor, even if you start feeling better sooner. This helps ensure that all the bacteria are eradicated.
  2. Manage Symptoms: Lyme disease can cause a range of symptoms like fatigue, joint pain, and muscle aches. Over-the-counter pain relievers such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen can help manage pain. Consult with your doctor about the best options for your specific symptoms.
  3. Get Plenty of Rest: Recovery from Lyme disease can be slow, and fatigue is a common symptom. Allow your body ample time to rest and recover. Adequate sleep helps your immune system function effectively.
  4. Eat a Balanced Diet: A nutritious diet can boost your immune system and support your body's healing. Incorporate a variety of fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains into your meals.
  5. Stay Hydrated: Drinking enough water is essential for your overall health and helps alleviate some symptoms of Lyme disease, such as fatigue and dizziness.
  6. Avoid Alcohol and Tobacco: These substances can impair your immune system and potentially slow down the healing process.
  7. Monitor for Recurring Symptoms: Pay attention to any recurring or new symptoms and report them to your healthcare provider. Lyme disease can sometimes have lingering effects or may not be completely cleared initially.
  8. Engage in Gentle Exercise: As you start feeling better, slowly incorporate physical activity into your routine. Gentle exercises like walking, swimming, or yoga can help improve energy levels and overall well-being.
  9. Protect Yourself from Further Tick Bites: Avoid areas with high grass and bushes where ticks are common. Use tick repellents, wear long sleeves and pants, and perform regular tick checks after being outdoors to prevent re-infection.
  10. Attend Follow-Up Appointments: Keep all follow-up appointments with your healthcare provider to monitor your recovery and address any complications. Regular check-ups are important to ensure that the infection has been completely eliminated and to manage post-treatment Lyme disease syndrome if it occurs.

By following these tips and working closely with your healthcare provider, you can make your recovery from Lyme disease as smooth and swift as possible.

Don't navigate your recovery journey alone.

Let us  be there for you every step of the way.