Autoimmune Disorders

Are you one of the nearly 24 Americans suffering from autoimmune disease?
If so, you’ve likely seen many physicians and received differing diagnoses over the years. People suffering from autoimmune conditions know that the symptoms are often vague and difficult to identify. Effective care for autoimmune disease requires focused diagnostic testing, with comprehensive care that addresses immune function, disease triggers and inflammation.


What is Autoimmune Disease?

Autoimmune disease is the result of a dysfunctional immune system in which the body produces antibodies against your own tissues and organs. Symptoms appear when white blood cells attack the targeted body part, and natural function is interrupted. Occasionally, there is a genetic component in the development of autoimmune disease, but there are a variety of factors that may lead to the dysfunctional immune response. Potential triggers include exposures to environmental toxins, heavy metal toxicity, chronic viral or bacterial infections, and chronic inflammation.

Common autoimmune conditions include, but are not limited to: Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, Multiple Sclerosis, Lupus, Raynaud’s Disease, Celiac Disease, Diabetes Types 1 & 1.5, Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), Psoriasis, Polymyositis, and Meniere’s Disease.

Autoimmune disorders are life-altering and can be progressive. It is important to work with an experienced healthcare practitioner. At Restorative Health, we are familiar with the diagnosis and effective treatment of autoimmune disease. Our success is a result of combined therapies geared toward reducing current symptoms & prevention progression through immune-modulating therapies, nutritive and botanical support, and identification and removal of causal factors such as toxicity and chronic infection.



American Autoimmune Related Diseases, Inc.