I have been supporting my son through long term Lyme and co-infections for several years.
He has struggled through college and part time work having to drop two semesters because he just couldn’t make it through because of Lyme. For me, personally, making the decision to bring Susan Levin on board has made a night and day difference in every way.
Susan’s knowledge is vast and she continues to be educated in the ever changing quest for knowledge on how to heal from Lyme and its multiple coinfections. When working with doctors I have been able to reach out to her in this area. I contacted her about a year ago and she helped me select a new LLMD that she felt would be a good fit for my son in upstate in NY.
While we got started I was working part time, managing our household and trying to push through my own health issues which were not improving. I found myself floundering in labs, paper work, treatments, and I just didn’t know where things were headed for my son. I was at a loss and instinctively knew I couldn’t do this on my own any more. It was becoming overwhelming to say the least.
Susan to the rescue! She has been a tremendous support to me both emotionally and because of her knowledge, I feel at peace knowing I can go to her to solve any of the health issues that come up and know she will be able to recommend a next step.
Her knowledge of treatment works hand in hand with the doctor.
Her ability to organize the patient, the family support and information coming from the doctor is critically important, especially with Lyme. She works to communicate with all the parties assisting in setting up parameters and areas of responsibilities while not stepping on anyone’s toes! She is caring and supportive and not judgmental, knowing this is a difficult course to navigate.
She participates in conference calls….we work together. She has brought peace back to our lives because of her support. We don’t have to go through this alone anymore.
Working with Susan Levin is a pleasure. She listens and understands. She reads between the lines and can verbalize what the problems are whether organizational, therapies and/or support.
~ V. A. 8/2/16 Upstate NY.