Oasis Medical Institute Testimonials

Our Patients Share Their BCA Stories

The greatest testimony to the benefits and results of our treatment at the Oasis Medical Institute come from the inspiring stories told by actual patients and their families. From Western Blot Tests indicating no positive bands to patients that arrive in wheelchairs and later walk out our front door, we can say that our research and dedication have made a difference in the lives of our patients. Don't take our word for it, please a take a moment to watch these amazing stories and know that we are always ready and eager to make a difference in your life or the life of a loved one who may be dealing with Tickborne Illness.

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Dear Oasis Medical Institute

I'm so glad I came here. Many thanks for everything! When I came here, I was sitting in a wheelchair.... I was paralyzed on both legs and one arm. I had headaches every day and comas. The treatment here went with highs and lows, but in my 7th week I could start running again (trying). You helped me so much and I feel so much better. I still have a long way to go, but my first steps have been made because of the treatment from the Oasis Medical Institute. I can't thank you enough.

Marlene, Netherlands

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A year with various symptoms and tons of doctors and tests in Romania and the Netherlands reduced my self-confidence, my strength and hope for almost no.... from a happy, optimistic girl to a sad, "inanimate" Lyme...... Looking back, I felt that the hardest part had already passed; yes, you would say that the hardest part has just begun, since all my symptoms are back and I have to fight harder this time. But the trust and support I received here at BCA has rebuilt my personality. I am very grateful that this clinic exists. For this reason, and thanks to the doctors, nurses and the Make Well team, I dream again of travelling, working, boredom, seeing life as it is, wonderful..... Thank you all for being here when Lyme is struck and nobody else stays or supports us. To all who read this and doubtful future: Everything will be fine, it is only a question of time, be patient, be courageous, be strong!"

Sylvia

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After 9 weeks in the Oasis Medical Institute my time has come to leave (for the time being). I have mixed feelings. I am sad to leave because I have to leave behind all the wonderful people I have met and leave the safe bladder in which I now lived, but at the same time I am happy to go home and experience a little vitality again. I have learned so much about this terrible disease during my time here and it has been an honor to hear all the different stories from all the patients. Even if we are all fighting the same fight, all our fights are different. But we find ourselves in the same symptoms we experience; the same painful neurological difficulties.

After 14 years of being sick, I finally found the answer to my most important question: "What do I have that makes me so sick? For years I have been travelling the world and seeing the best doctors there are. But nobody could give me an answer. And now, for 10 weeks, I know. I always thought if I had the answer to my most important questions, it would somehow be okay and I would be cured immediately. But now I know that is not the case. Once you have started this program in BCA, there is no way back. You have to finish it. There will be moments when you cry, when you don't want to go on, when you are tired of illness and life. Or maybe if you think that you will die because you feel very bad and you cannot see the light at the end of the tunnel. Or if you think that you will never get better because the road seems endless. We all have these moments. I had those moments many times while I was here. But every time I had those moments, I thought, "My whole life can be described in one sentence: "It's as planned, it's fine". Part of the beauty of life is that not everything is planned. That there are so many unknowns. Nothing is guaranteed, but you have to live. You can't just go through life, you really have to accept it and follow it. You have to accept life and you have to accept this disease in your body. The healing of Lyme and her co-infections is not just about filling the body with antibiotics. It's about changing your lifestyle. It's about changing physically, mentally and spiritually. God gives His strongest soldiers His hardest battles, and He has chosen us. I know that this disease will lead me to my purpose in life and it will lead me to a far greater path than I ever imagined. I think that counts for everyone here.

There are three things that will help you heal from this disease: Knowledge, believers and positivity. I know that I am not a doctor, but in the deepest vein of my body I can feel that I will feel better. I know and I trust that I will feel better. It will be a long way and tits won't be easy (I've experienced this before because I've mostly suffered all my time here) but changes will happen and everything will be fine. And I will smile all the way because I know how happy I am to be there. Think about the "law of attraction", read books, listen to advice and make it your own. Everyone's path is different, but you have to be prepared to work hardest, otherwise it won't happen.

Please remember that every time you go through a hard time with this disease, it will be so blessed (all BCA patients) that it's lucky to be there. There are millions of people at work who do not know what they have or do not have the means to afford this treatment at BCA. We are just one of the lucky few. And can you imagine how wonderful that must be?

With much love, positivity and strength: I wish you all the best in your healing and believe that you will overcome it.

Fleur

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Dear Dr. Blehle,

If you are ill, we all know that it's necessary to visit a doctor. I never expected to be ill for so long, almost four years - but who would expect that? Also, I had never consciously thought that a doctor could play such an important role in my life. Of course, this only becomes the case when you are personally involved with an illness.

Every time we talk, I am grateful that I visited the Oasis Medical Institute in Augsburg and got to know you. It means a lot to me that you always think of me and are so vigilant. I also worked for ten years as a manager in a health centre and at Oasis Medical Institute I actually felt homesick for my work, as I always enjoyed it. Now I'm sitting on the other side of the table and it looks different. I have deep respect for your work, how the therapy and everything else is regulated in the Oasis Medical Institute. You are a good team.

I hope this year that I will improve to the point at which I can become active again. In any case, I will do everything I can to achieve this and therefore I would like to thank you - this is only possible because the Oasis Medical Institute is always there for me and you support my treatment program.

Petra, The Netherlands

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After 9 weeks in the Oasis Medical Institute my time has come to leave (for the time being). I have mixed feelings. I am sad to leave because I have to leave behind all the wonderful people I have met and leave the safe bladder in which I now lived, but at the same time I am happy to go home and experience a little vitality again. I have learned so much about this terrible disease during my time here and it has been an honor to hear all the different stories from all the patients. Even if we are all fighting the same fight, all our fights are different. But we find ourselves in the same symptoms we experience; the same painful neurological difficulties.

After 14 years of being sick, I finally found the answer to my most important question: "What do I have that makes me so sick? For years I have been travelling the world and seeing the best doctors there are. But nobody could give me an answer. And now, for 10 weeks, I know. I always thought if I had the answer to my most important questions, it would somehow be okay and I would be cured immediately. But now I know that is not the case. Once you have started this program in BCA, there is no way back. You have to finish it. There will be moments when you cry, when you don't want to go on, when you are tired of illness and life. Or maybe if you think that you will die because you feel very bad and you cannot see the light at the end of the tunnel. Or if you think that you will never get better because the road seems endless. We all have these moments. I had those moments many times while I was here. But every time I had those moments, I thought, "My whole life can be described in one sentence: "It's as planned, it's fine". Part of the beauty of life is that not everything is planned. That there are so many unknowns. Nothing is guaranteed, but you have to live. You can't just go through life, you really have to accept it and follow it. You have to accept life and you have to accept this disease in your body. The healing of Lyme and her co-infections is not just about filling the body with antibiotics. It's about changing your lifestyle. It's about changing physically, mentally and spiritually. God gives His strongest soldiers His hardest battles, and He has chosen us. I know that this disease will lead me to my purpose in life and it will lead me to a far greater path than I ever imagined. I think that counts for everyone here.

There are three things that will help you heal from this disease: Knowledge, believers and positivity. I know that I am not a doctor, but in the deepest vein of my body I can feel that I will feel better. I know and I trust that I will feel better. It will be a long way and tits won't be easy (I've experienced this before because I've mostly suffered all my time here) but changes will happen and everything will be fine. And I will smile all the way because I know how happy I am to be there. Think about the "law of attraction", read books, listen to advice and make it your own. Everyone's path is different, but you have to be prepared to work hardest, otherwise it won't happen.

Please remember that every time you go through a hard time with this disease, it will be so blessed (all BCA patients) that it's lucky to be there. There are millions of people at work who do not know what they have or do not have the means to afford this treatment at BCA. We are just one of the lucky few. And can you imagine how wonderful that must be?

With much love, positivity and strength: I wish you all the best in your healing and believe that you will overcome it.

Fleur

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