Our platform combines a patient-focused mobile app with robust tooling for physicians to achieve personalized and innovative Lyme treatment.
Together, we will frame the picture of your health
Our mobile app provides tools to
record your comprehensive medical history
manage your day-to-day treatments, and
track your symptomatic response
to discover what is most effective for you.
Together, we will work with your care team – or help build one
Our technology is able to align your personal experience with physicians and specialists that are knowledgable, accessible, and understand your journey.
Together, we will establish a coordinated approach to your health
Our platform compiles your treatment progress and medical history into informative, real-time reports for your physician, so they can understand your experience, no matter where they are or when they join your team.
With LymeLess, you control your data.
Privacy and security are at the heart of LymeLess technology. We will never share your information with a physician or third party without your consent, so you can be confident in the security of your personal health information.
LymeLess is transforming the way Lyme is treated.
Personalized, comprehensive, accessible care,
every step of the way.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much will the LymeLess patient app cost?
The LymeLess patient app will be free! We know treating Lyme Disease comes with incredible cost, financially and otherwise, so we are working to ensure the LymeLess app will be no cost to patients.
Can I use LymeLess if I'm already working with a doctor to treat Lyme?
Yes. LymeLess has features to coordinate your care with your physicians, whether they are in the LymeLess network or not.
Is LymeLess for acute or chronic Lyme?
Both. LymeLess is helpful for anyone managing symptoms or treatment in any stage of Lyme Disease.
Does LymeLess only address Lyme Disease?
A Lyme Disease diagnosis is complex and often involves other infections and conditions. LymeLess is built to handle your full Lyme diagnosis, including co-infections like Bartonella and Babesia, and contributing factors like mold toxicity.