Your immune system is designed to protect your body’s healthy cell tissues by attacking any viruses, bacteria, pathogens, or diseases that enter your body. Simply put, it’s what prevents you from getting sick, and also what helps you feel better if you do fall ill.
However, autoimmune diseases are different. They cause your immune system to get confused and attack the healthy cells in your body instead of the diseased ones. This often complicates the medical issue at hand even further because your body’s defense systems are working against it. If left untreated, serious medical issues may occur.
There are hundreds of autoimmune illnesses, each of which have their own unique symptoms. Symptoms of Autoimmune Thyroid Diseases can include depression, fluctuations in weight, difficulty sleeping, and anxiety. Celiac Disease manifests itself through digestive problems neurological issues, rashes, and the sudden loss of control of your body’s movements. Those suffering from Rheumatoid Arthritis will often notice symmetric joint problems the wrists and hands.
Dr. Tuchinsky is aware of the most advanced natural methods to diagnose and treat many autoimmune illnesses Following a blood test and a detailed discussion of your symptoms and history, Dr. Tuchinsky can help you with your autoimmune disease and then map out an effective treatment plan.
Utilizing changes to your diet, stress levels, and incorporating natural supplements and lifestyle adjustments, Dr. Tuchinsky will do everything we can to make you healthy again.
If you have been experiencing symptoms that may be connected with autoimmune diseases and are looking for answers, schedule an appointment today!
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On your visit, you can expect to spend a lot more time with us than you would with a conventional provider. You can also expect to do a lot of talking, as a large part of Functional Medicine is exploring your detailed personal and family history, the circumstances around your first symptoms, and the experiences you may have had with other healthcare providers. The consultation lasts anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour, and the comprehensive evaluation will include the following: