The Lyme Prevention E-Book
Join the email list to learn more about the release of The Lyme Prevention E-Book: Click Here
Read the latest on Lyme disease in Vermont in the Rutland Herald, including an interview with Dr. Chesney, May 2017
Read Dr. Chesney's Letter to the Editor of the Brattleboro Reformer regarding Lyme disease in Vermont, May 2017
Excellent resource for Vermonters: VTLyme.org
Go to VTLyme.org for an essential guide to Lyme and tick-borne disease in Vermont.
Prepare for Tick Season
Did we ever get a break from tick season this year? See below for new Lyme Prevention Handout. Click on the CedarCide icon below to order TickShield tick repellent.
Lyme Disease Incidence Maps
Click on the files below for to see incidence by county:
Remember to take precautions to prevent Lyme disease and tick born illness while getting back outside this year. Full body daily tick checks are a must during tick season. Find out more about Insect Shield - Permethrin treated clothing that kills ticks on contact, click here.
Prevention is the best cure.
For a phone consultation with Dr. Chesney, call 516-946-1581.
If you live in Vermont, call Sojourns Community Health Clinic
to learn about the Tick Bite Clinic.
Lyme Disease Trainings, CEs and Lectures:
Sojourns Community Health Clinic
4923 US Route 5
Westminster, VT 05158
- some insurances accepted
Alexis Chesney MS, ND, LAc
39 Main Street
Suite 34, Third Floor
Northampton, MA 01060
167 Main Street
Brattleboro, VT 05301
- no insurances accepted
Intake Form for private office only:
"I am so happy to have a Lyme literate doctor close by, especially one who is a pleasant, positive person! Even better is that Dr. Chesney has a passionate interest in this disease and its treatment, that she is a doctor who listens and who offers options for treatment, who is willing to work as part of my medical team of practitioners. I also like very much that she seems to be tireless in the role of educating the area public regarding tickborne diseases, related disease prevention and explaining to the public about their options for treatment."