Bartonella: A Prime Driver of Persistent Chronic Illness

Brian Plante, ND


  • What are the most common transmission vectors for Bartonella? (hint, it’s not just ticks!).
  • How does Bartonella present clinically?.
  • What makes Bartonella so difficult to treat, and why is it often seen in the most complex cases?.
  • An integrative approach to treating Bartonella.
Robby Besner PSc.D.

Alright, welcome back everyone to the Healing from Lyme Disease and Chronic Ailments Naturally Summit. And today we have an exciting guest, he’s got actually a perspective that I love to bring out because he just doesn’t focus on Lyme from the big picture, but he actually kind of dives deeper as to the relationship of Lyme, mold, other microorganisms, and certainly the co-infections like Babesia and Bartonella, and I think that that’s important to know because oftentimes that’s misunderstood and there people are reacting to the Lyme side, when there’s symptoms and maybe the real culprit is Bartonella. So I kind of like the idea that he kind of pulled that part apart, and he’s willing to talk about kind of the things that he does that brings some great successes in clinic. So with that, I wanna bring to the interview Dr. Brian Plante, how are you today?

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