Lyme Arthritis

Untreated Lyme disease can lead to late symptoms, including joint pain and swelling.

Anyone who spends time walking in grassy or wooded areas, even in the back yard, is probably aware of the threat of Lyme disease from tick bites. Black-legged ticks (commonly called deer ticks) can attach themselves to skin and transmit a bacterium that causes this disease. It is most prevalent in the Northeastern and Upper […]
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