Help for People with Autoimmune Disease

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Are you suffering from an autoimmune condition? An autoimmune condition is when your body’s immune system attacks its own tissue. This can lead to numerous symptoms and commonly results in systemic inflammation. In the presence of stress and inflammation, the body does not function well, resulting in more symptoms and physiologic imbalances.

RedRiver Health and Wellness Center is dedicated to providing complete autoimmune disease help in Boise, Las Vegas, South Jordan, and other locations so that you can manage your symptoms.

The National Institute of Health estimates that as many as 23.5 million Americans suffer from an autoimmune disease and that the prevalence of autoimmunity is on the rise. The American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association reports that researchers have identified between 80 and 100 different autoimmune diseases, with the potential for at least 40 more in the near future. These diseases are chronic and can be life threatening. Autoimmune disease is one of the top 10 leading causes of death in females from adolescence through age 64. A close genetic relationship exists among autoimmune diseases. This genetic prevalence explains clustering in individuals and families, as well as a common pathway of disease. In addition, they report that commonly used immunosuppressant treatments lead to devastating long-term side effects.

Those who suffer from an autoimmune condition often encounter the same dilemma, namely that their treatments are disease-specific and symptom-based. These treatments often suppress symptoms while allowing the autoimmunity to progress uninhibited.

Typically, one area is targeted while many other imbalances and triggers that interact to create a vicious cycle are ignored. This cycle causes the immune response to continue to flare up throughout the body. This is why patients suffering with autoimmune diseases may feel little to no improvement.

When you seek autoimmune disease help with RedRiver Health and Wellness Center, we first perform comprehensive autoimmune disease tests to evaluate the imbalances that may be causing the immune response to flare up. An individual may have as many as 7-10 potential “triggers” including, but not limited to, insulin surges, hormonal imbalance, adrenal dysfunction, chemical imbalance, deficiency syndromes, dietary imbalance, and lifestyle traits. We aim to find the specific triggers that cause the immune response to flare up; then, we work collaboratively with our patient’s primary care physician and endocrinologist to manage their care, including by working to reduce the triggers, restoring function and thereby improving symptoms. Throughout this process, our practitioners educate each patient so that they can take a more active role in their healthcare.

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One of the main goals at RedRiver Health and Wellness Center is to work with patients to improve their health, wellbeing, and quality of life. The RedRiver Health and Wellness Center team is passionate about helping ailing patients achieve optimal health, and we truly care about the success of each and every patient.

RedRiver chiropractic physicians are great advocates for prescribing physicians and endocrinologists. In fact, many of our patients see their prescribing physician(s) more frequently while under our care than they would otherwise. Our goal is not to replace our patients’ primary care physicians and specialists, but to complement their care by providing patients with nutrition, diet, lifestyle and educational support and strategies. This way, patients can learn to manage their symptoms more efficiently. We have developed rewarding relationships with many prescribing physicians across the country, and we strive to continue to building relationships with MDs, DOs, NPs, and NMDs. When health professionals can work together for the benefit of the patient’s health, it becomes a win/win situation for the one who matters most—the patient.

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