Greg Bach Death Obituary Greg Bach Has Passed Away
Greg Bach Death, Obituary The Lyme Disease Association is sad to announce the death of Dr. Gregory P. Bach, a decades-long physician treating patients with Lyme & tick-borne Diseases. Dr. Bach initially worked/trained with Lyme pioneer, clinician Dr. John Drulle, in New Jersey, and Dr. Bach then opened an office in Pennsylvania.
Taking The Bite Out Of Lyme Disease
- Liz Babiarz News-Post Staff
Tom Coffey was misdiagnosed with ALS when he was suffering from Lyme disease. He is shown at the Evangelical Reformed Church United Church of Christ in Frederick, where he is a member. On Saturday, Nov. 8, Dr. Gregory Bach of Philadelphia, who diagnosed Mr. Coffey with Lyme disease, will speak about the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of the disease. The program is open to the public.
For almost a year, no one could figure out why Tom Coffey’s health was deteriorating.
Beginning in January 2001, the once-healthy Mr. Coffey, then 34, started having double vision and abnormally high blood pressure levels. Then came the sluggishness, the shortness of breath and the old man’s shuffle.
Soon his metabolism increased to the point where Mr. Coffey, a Frederick resident, said his weight was just “falling off,” 5 to 10 pounds a week. Then he developed Bell’s Palsy , difficulty swallowing, loss of balance and severe neck stiffness.
Even after numerous visits to more than five different specialists, Mr. Coffey still didn’t know what was causing his illness.
“From the beginning to end, nothing went away just more and more things kept happening,” said Mr. Coffey, a member of the Evangelical Reformed Church United Church of Christ in Frederick.
“We played ring around the rosy” visiting a lot of different doctors, he said.
In October 2001, Mr. Coffey woke up one morning unable to swallow his own saliva and was taken to Frederick Memorial Hospital .
Dr Gregory P Bach Do Pclyme And Tick
Doctor Gregory P. Bach has been in practice since 1996 and had been responsible for providing outstanding care to sufferers of tick-bourne diseases ever since. Our regular patients particularly value Dr Bach taking the time to really learn about them, their symptoms, and determine a course of action. Dr. Bach was appointed to Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Health’s Tick and Lyme Disease Task Force, August 13, 2014. Our practice is located in Hamburg, PA.Doctor Gregory P. Bach has been in practice since 1996 and had been responsible for providing outstanding care to sufferers of tick-bourne diseases ever since.Our regular patients particularly value Dr Bach taking the time to really learn about them, their symptoms, and determine a course of action. Dr. Bach was appointed to Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Health’s Tick and Lyme Disease Task Force, August 13, 2014. Our practice is located in Hamburg, PA.Do you have one or more of these symptoms? If so, you may have a tick-bourne disease.
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In Addition To The Other Posted Stories And Scientific Publications Documenting Harms Of Chronic Lyme Diagnoses And Treatments Below Are Links To Victim Stories:
- La Presse: Docteur K
- Sadie Gonzalez from the Netflix series Diagnosis received an unnecessary blood test and 6 weeks of unnecessary antibiotics. A functional medicine quack Leo Galland sent her sample to a shady German lab ArminLabs, which is on our list of non-recommended labs. Danish journalists have exposed shady German Lyme labs.
- Papers in the scientific literature documenting harms of chronic Lyme treatments
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Several Ounces Of Prevention
WORCESTER Nancy Fox tested negative for Lyme disease one morning 15 years ago, then positive in more extensive tests the same evening.
That day she was taking her father to see Dr. Gregory Bach, a Lyme literate doctor in Maryland, where she lives, for tests for the same disease. Ms. Fox was suffering from Bells palsy at the time, she said, with one side of her face sagging and exhibiting symptoms of Lyme disease.
Both Ms. Fox and her father were diagnosed with Lyme.
I was there for my dad, Ms. Fox said at the Greendale YMCA in Worcester, where she was giving a presentation on ticks to children. I was given the Western blot test that morning and it came back negative. The evening of the same day, Dr. Bach did a full battery of tests and they came back CDC positive and also for co-infections.
The CDC has more stringent requirements when it comes to a positive diagnosis, Ms. Fox explained. Because of test variations, many people with Lyme disease go undiagnosed and untreated, she said.
Since then, Ms. Fox, 57, an educator with a Ph.D. and an educational consultant for National Capital Lyme Disease Association, has made it her mission to educate others about the often debilitating disease. She has written two childrens books on the subject and created an integrative Grade K-12 curriculum for school districts.
The pair became friends and started touring together, giving presentations on ticks, Lyme disease and co-infections, and how people can protect themselves.
Documentary On Lyme Disease Hits Home For Effort Woman
A free screening of the documentary “Under Our Skin” will be held Saturday at Northampton Community College.
The film tells the untold story of Lyme disease, something that is prevalent in our area. Many people go undiagnosed, and feel that they have a mystery illness.
After the film screening, Lyme disease expert Dr. Gregory Bach will answer questions.
Effort resident Joy Burdge knows all too well about what the lack of a diagnosis can do to a person’s life.
“My symptoms started in late 2004. I didn’t get a diagnosis until 2008,” Burdge said. “I had symptoms that made me feel like an old lady aching knees, blurry vision, fatigue.”
Burdge went to many physicians both in and out of the area hoping for an answer to what seemed like the neverending question, “What’s wrong with me?”
“I realized at the end of 2006 that something was really wrong. I went into Macy’s to return something and couldn’t figure out how to get out of the store,” Burdge said. “I had gone to over 20 doctors and five top hospitals. I had tests done at many hospitals, and finally decided to go to the Mayo Clinic at the end of 2007.”
Burdge got on a plane and flew to Florida to have tests run at the Mayo Clinic. She spent two weeks there, but left without a diagnosis.
“I ended up going back there in 2008 and had more tests run. Still no diagnosis,” Burdge said.
At this point, Burdge felt that time was running out.
After doing some of her own research, Burdge found a Lyme disease group on the Internet.
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