#246: Stephani Pheffer

In this episode you will learn three main things:

  1. How to take care of yourself if you are a primary caretaker of someone with Lyme.
  2. How to deal with uncooperative and close-minded medical practitioners.
  3. Stephani’s favorite mom resource aspire.care.

Guest Bio:

Stephanie’s journey began when her son became ill. Within two months her son fell ill from severe psychological and neurological symptoms. Stephanie began her mission to help her son, with medical research, research into western and alternative medicine. During the course of helping her son heal, she learned how taking care of herself was a big part of helping her son heal.

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Stephani’s Recommended Resources:

1.  Lyme Madness by Lori Dennis (Numerous resources listed on pages 111-117)
4.  The Biology of Belief Bruce Lipton, Ph.D.
6.  Ondamed – Pulsed electromagnetic frequency device; biofeedback.
7.  Genetic testing – if able to assess variants in your genes impacting MTHFR and detox genetics.  
8.  IVIG – Gamunex C was the formula we used.
9.  Look at full viral load too; get a viral panel.  Look at parasites, mold, metals and oral biome.
10.  For NY residents to support Assembly bill A2897 – JONES
Relates to insurance coverage for pediatric acute-onset neuropsychiatric syndrome
11.  Senate Bill S1994 – Betty Little (the corresponding bill)
12.  Listen to anything positive that re-directs your thoughts to healing and tell the story as if you are already healed!

2 comments on “#246: Stephani Pheffer

  1. Gerry Kosene says:

    Thank you for sharing your story. It is inspirational, and driven by a mothers love and determination to find the answer that the skilled medical community could not provide. Your drive, psychological strength and self awareness is admirable.
    God Bless You!

    1. Steph Pheffer says:

      Thank you for you precious words. We had no choice but to have radical faith and put one foot in front of the other. That determination was a choice we chose every single day.
      Yes. Bless us All!
      Steph Pheffer

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