Welcome! Alexis Chesney MS, ND, LAc is a naturopathic physician, acupuncturist, author and educator. Dr. Chesney is a licensed naturopathic physician in Vermont, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. She enjoys getting to the root cause of complex chronic illness and partnering with patients to find wellness and balance in their lives. Her book Preventing Lyme and Other Tick-Borne Diseases, published by Storey Publishing, was released in March 2020. To view a video recording of her powerpoint presentation given in 2021, click here. Dr. Chesney is passionate about education and speaks on the topics of prevention, diagnosis and treatment of Lyme and tick-borne diseases at medical conferences and to the general public. She also enjoys mentoring other medical practitioners.
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In this practical guide, Dr. Alexis Chesney provides effective strategies for deterring the spread of Lyme and other tick-borne diseases.
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"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."