Genesis Chiropractic - Symptoms & Disorders - Other Symptoms - Autoimmune Disorders & Support

Salt Lake City & Holladay, Utah

Autoimmune Support

Autoimmune diseases are those where the immune system attacks the body. These conditions include such diseases as Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Rheumatoid Arthritis, Sjogren’s, Celiac Disease, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, and Multiple Sclerosis. There are approximately eighty diseases that fall within this classification.

Chiropractic care works to balance the body. When you can balance your musculoskeletal and nervous systems, you balance your immune system as well. Since the central nervous system controls autoimmune response, it is important to balance that area as well.

With autoimmune diseases, the immune system attacks healthy tissue. This weakens the systems and sometimes makes you sick. The symptoms of autoimmune diseases can be quite painful. Chiropractic care can help your body work better and help you feel better.

What Can You Expect from Autoimmune Support?

With chiropractic care for an autoimmune condition, the first thing that you can expect is that as your body becomes more balanced, the symptoms of your autoimmune disease will decrease. You can have more energy. You can sleep better at night. You can move better. In short, you can expect a better quality of life.

The primary focus of chiropractic care for the autoimmune patient is to strengthen the immune system by bringing your body back into balance. A combination of nutritional counseling, spinal adjustments, exercise and massage have proven effective in decreasing the symptoms.

Symptoms Treated with Autoimmune Support

  • Fatigue
  • Joint pain
  • Inflammation
  • Abdominal pain
  • Digestive issues
  • Swollen glands
  • Headaches
  • Bowel issues
  • Muscle spasms
  • Numbness
  • Neuropathy
  • Muscle pain
  • Insomnia
  • Migraines

Frequently Asked Questions

Diagnosis of autoimmune conditions is made through a variety of blood tests and imaging. A rheumatologist can make a proper diagnosis from the test results and physical examination.

With autoimmune diseases, the concern is in not only treating the disease but also the treating the symptoms. The most common treatment of autoimmune disease is related to steroid drugs and various medications that are specific to your particular diagnosis. Some autoimmune diseases might respond well to surgery.

The risk factors include genetics, weight, smoking, and certain medications. Some autoimmune diseases do seem to run in families. Weight and obesity can certainly play a part in your health. It is best to try to keep to a healthy weight as obesity can have its own dire consequences.

Yes, they can. For example, one of the common symptoms of hypothyroidism is a raised cholesterol level. High cholesterol can lead to heart disease. Diet and nutrition can play an important role in how you feel and how your disease progresses as they can make symptoms like these either better or worse.

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Autoimmune Disorders? Reach out to Dr. Tiffani Fries and Genesis Chiropractic to request information or an appointment!

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