Lyme disease can go beyond joint pain and fatigue; it can affect multiple systems in the body, changing how you think, feel, and even sleep. Due to the complex nature of tick-borne infections, patients often feel like they fall through the cracks as no one takes the time to look at the big picture of their health.
Connect the dots between your symptoms.
Lyme disease can affect multiple systems in the body, so we consider every possible biological factor, including hormonal imbalances, microbiome health, and immune function.
Our holistic approach is based on the latest research in the field. We connect the dots between your symptoms so that you can achieve long-term, sustainable healing, not just temporary relief.
For patients who are looking for treatments beyond antibiotics, we provide gentle treatment options, including neurotherapy, herbal and nutritional supplements, and dietary and lifestyle changes.
As one of the only Lyme-literate psychiatric clinics in the country, we are intimately aware of how stressful it can be to live with chronic conditions. We provide compassionate support every step of your healing journey.
Our Clinic's Approach to
"Dr. Chandra's fact-building about one's health, brilliant mind capable of thinking outside the box, gentile sincere demeanor all add up to her being second to no other physician. She has tackled the types of chronic health problems that stump most doctors."
find a practitioner
Because many of our patients require in-person visits, we work primarily with patients who live within driving distance of our office. Additionally, Dr. Chandra is only able to provide virtual consultations, when appropriate, to patients located in Maryland and Virginia.
Additionally, we do not provide one or short-term consultations. We work with patients toward long-term healing.
Our clinic does not offer antibiotics for tick borne infections. Patients who need antibiotics will need to work with their primary care or infectious disease doctor.
In this keynote presentation from the 2018 Mount Sinai Conference, Dr. Suruchi Chandra discusses a new framework for understanding and treating brain-related Lyme disease.