About Us

VLUU L200 / Samsung L200Haverford Wellness Center, under the direction of Domenick Braccia D.O., is dedicated to the accurate diagnosis and reasonable treatment of Lyme disease and other tick borne diseases. Dr. Braccia, and the staff of the Haverford Wellness Center are fully equipped and capable of managing all aspects of Lyme disease and the other tick borne diseases from prevention and management of early disease to the most complex diagnostic and therapeutic cases. These cases include treatment failures, and late stage Lyme disease patients who have been ill for many years.

Dr. Domenick Braccia, Medical Director: Domenick Braccia, D.O. is the Medical Director of Haverford Wellness Center. With over 20 years of experience in healthcare, Dr. Braccia is a graduate of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed a Family Practice Residency Program at Delaware County Memorial Hospital. Successful treatment of Lyme disease is a professional challenge for Dr. Braccia, using both traditional and non-traditional therapies, to offer the best possible treatment outcome. Dr. Braccia provides patients with the best clinical Lyme research as well as his personal philosophy of treating “the whole person.”

Our office Staff
Behind the scenes support for all your questions We’re here to make your visit as comfortable as possible.

Our facility – designed to boost your spirits
Over 4,000 square feet of facility space allows us to offer spacious accommodations for those getting IV treatment. This includes a special room for our laboratory work, as well as a children’s room with games and TV to help pass the time. Come visit and see why so many of our patients feel “lighter” just by being here.

Even Ticks have a Fall Season
Fall is here! It’s time to start putting away yard equipment, watch the kids participate in outdoor sporting events or
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Treatment – Effective Treatment of Lyme Disease
Just as we don’t use symptoms to establish a Lyme disease diagnosis, we don’t use the lack of symptoms to
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Chronic Lyme – Late Stage or Chronic Lyme Treatment
Individuals who develop late stage Lyme disease may have very specific symptoms related to classical Lyme arthritis (hot, swollen, fluid-filled
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