RTT and Lyme Disease
The Role of RTT in Managing Symptoms of Chronic Lyme Disease
What is RTT?
One approach to treating chronic Lyme disease is through the use of a therapy called the RTT (Resonant Tissue Technology) protocol. RTT is a non-invasive therapy that involves exposing the body to low-frequency electromagnetic waves. The waves are thought to help stimulate the body’s natural healing processes, reduce inflammation, and enhance the immune system’s ability to fight off infections.
Individual patient’s needs
Tailoring the RTT protocol involves a series of treatments that to the individual patient’s needs. The treatments typically last between 30 minutes and an hour and observe by a healthcare professional. The patient lies on a treatment table while a device that emits the low-frequency waves is on or near the affected area of the body.
Improvement in Lyme disease symptoms
Research on the use of RTT in managing symptoms of chronic Lyme disease is limit, but some studies have shown promising results. In one study, researchers found that patients who received RTT treatments experienced significant improvements in their symptoms, including fatigue, joint pain, and sleep disturbances, compared to a control group that did not receive the treatment.
Another study found that RTT was effective in reducing inflammation and pain in patients with chronic Lyme disease. The researchers also noted that the treatment appeared to enhance the immune system’s ability to fight off infections.
RTT is not a cure
While RTT shows promise as a treatment for chronic Lyme disease, it is important to note that it is not a cure. Patients may still need to use antibiotics or other medications to manage their symptoms, and the effectiveness of RTT may vary depending on the individual patient’s condition.
RTT is expensive
In addition, RTT is not widely available and can be expensive. Patients should consult with a healthcare professional who is familiar with the treatment and can provide guidance on whether it may be appropriate for their individual case.
In conclusion, while needing more research to fully understand the effectiveness of RTT in managing symptoms of chronic Lyme disease, early studies suggest that it may be a promising therapy for some patients. As with any treatment, patients should consult with a healthcare professional and carefully consider the risks and benefits before deciding to pursue RTT.