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Autoimmune Disease Treatment & Relief


By performing manipulations on the spine, chiropractic care can often improve communication between the central nervous system and the immune system. This may allow for improved healing, decreased symptoms, and decreased pain during the day in autoimmune diseases.

Pain and Symptom Management

It helps manage pain and discomfort associated with autoimmune diseases.

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Stress Reduction

It can complement overall well-being, potentially supporting individuals with autoimmune diseases.

Holistic Approach

Focused on overall wellness, nutrition, and lifestyle factors.

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Experience relief from your autoimmune disease and regain optimal function with chiropractic care, offering targeted solutions to alleviate discomfort and enhance your overall quality of life.


Autoimmune Disease Relief in Denver, Colorado

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Autoimmune diseases are a group of conditions in which the immune system mistakenly attacks and damages healthy body tissues and cells, rather than protecting the body from external threats like infections. There are many different types of autoimmune diseases, each affecting specific organs or systems in the body.

Common Causes of Autoimmune Disease

Genetics: There is often a genetic predisposition to autoimmune diseases, meaning they can run in families.


Environmental Triggers: Certain environmental factors, such as infections, exposure to toxins, and dietary factors, may trigger or exacerbate autoimmune diseases in genetically susceptible individuals.


Hormones: Hormonal changes, such as those that occur during pregnancy or menopause, can affect the immune system and contribute to autoimmune disease development.


Stress: Chronic stress may have a role in triggering or worsening autoimmune diseases by affecting immune function and inflammation.


Gender: Autoimmune diseases are more common in women than in men, suggesting that hormonal differences may play a role.

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