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tick bite paralysis
Submitted 19-Nov-09 by
Kerry Reising, Practitioner, Woodstock, IL
Keywords: tick bite, paralysis
Four days after removing six ticks from my dog, Emmy, she began to walk awkwardly. I also noticed unusual drooling, and soon her bark seemed weak. Online research led me to learn of an uncommon neurotoxin transmitted via a female tick. Paralysis, pooling of saliva, loss of voice, vomiting, and eventual respiratory failure is the progression of the illness left untreated. After consulting our veterinarian, I performed BodyTalk Access at 11:00 am then again at 3:00 pm. By 7:00 pm, she was racing after a tennis ball in the fashion of her usual self. I continue to perform BodyTalk Access on her on a regular basis. I am so grateful to have these skills to help the body help itself.