Autoimmune Disorders

Diagram of autoimmune diseases Do you feel tired or feverish without an apparent reason? Your immune system is usually there to support the needs of your body, fighting off germs and maintaining your health. However, people may be living with an autoimmune disorder, giving rise to a host of uncomfortable symptoms. Dr. Chanté can provide guidance about safe and natural alternatives to reduce flare-ups and ease symptoms.

Dr. Chanté uses a holistic approach to autoimmune disorder therapy. Safe and non-invasive services help the body to self-regulate and resume normal function. Understand more about autoimmune disorders and how natural therapies can support you on your road to recovery.  

What Is an Autoimmune Disorder?

When a person is diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder, a person’s immune system isn’t working as it should, with healthy body tissue mistakenly being destroyed by the immune system. Unfortunately, the underlying cause of this condition is generally unknown. Autoimmune disorders are very common. Currently, there are more than 80 autoimmune disorders. Some autoimmune disorders include fibromyalgia, lupus, graves' disease, dermatomyositis, celiac disease, and Addison’s disease. Symptoms of an autoimmune disorder include joint pain, rash, general ill feeling, fatigue, and fever.

What to Expect from Autoimmune Disorder Therapy?

Dr. Chanté offers a thorough assessment of your condition. You will undergo holistic health services tailored to your needs as part of an individualized health program. Clients often see a significant reduction in autoimmune disorder symptoms with modifications to diet, vitamins, minerals, botanicals (herbs) and other holistic services.  

Whole Body Natural Wellness Center Is Here for You

Dr. Chanté will help you explore safe alternative therapies to support your autoimmune disorder. Call (201) 881-9563 to schedule your initial consultation today.

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