The Lyme Disease Association of Australia is a small yet powerful registered charity and Australia’s peak patient body. We are committed to achieving universal recognition and equitable treatment for Australian Lyme and associated disease patients.
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“It is beyond ridiculous that you’re getting bull’s eye type rashes in Australia and they’re ignoring it…
I mean, that is medical abandonment.
From a human rights perspective that is absolutely not acceptable.”
Dr Richard Horowitz, LDAA Patron
Eminent Lyme expert, Author and Consultant
to the Australian Department of Health
Do I have Lyme? Symptom Checklist
Lyme disease manifests as a multi-systemic illness that can result in symptoms affecting random parts of the body including the muscles, joints, organs, brain, gastro-intestinal and neurological systems. Lyme disease is generally categorised into acute (early) and chronic (late) stages of disease, each with varying symptoms.
Latest Blog: Laila's Chronic Lyme Success Story
My name is Laila Solaris. I am a massage therapist and Hakomi Therapy Practitioner. I specialize in working with people with chronic illness. I have been a Lyme disease survivor since 2013. I also have mold allergies, hormone imbalances, Wi-Fi sensitivity and a brain injury...
Lyme-Ed: Courses for Patients & Practitioners
There is an overwhelming need for Lyme-literate practitioners in Australia, both medical and complementary. In response to this, LDAA has partnered with Dr Nicola Ducharme to make her online Lyme disease training, Lyme-Ed available to practitioners
Help to Access NDIS
Completing forms, understanding eligibility criteria, and gathering personal records for health-related applications can be difficult for those with chronic illness, especially Lyme and associated diseases. Check out our step-by-step videos or download the factsheet.