Auto Immune Disease

The number of people in the United States with autoimmune disease is increasing every year. The complexity of autoimmune diseases is also increasing.

Auto immune diseases it can have overlap in lab abnormalities and their presenting symptoms. Thus, making the diagnosis of an autoimmune disease can be confusing.

Addressing autoimmune disease requires us to look at the underlying causes of immune dysfunction within the body. It is not enough to simply treat symptoms.

Auto immune disease is likely rooted in intestinal dysfunction. Through our diet and the consumption of inflammatory inducing foods, our bodies normal barriers break down and expose our system to foreign proteins leading to an intense immune response.

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  • G.I. tract – the source of autoimmune conditions

If you suffer from irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s is easier ulcerative colitis or any other disease, Compass Cellular Healing in Nashville offers exceptional functional medicine treatments and autoimmune disease therapy for improved health and vital energy. ​It is becoming increasingly understood, by medical practitioners and patients, that our body’s gastrointestinal system modulates and interacts with every other system.  Our Nashville functional medicine treatment and autoimmune disease therapy protocols now offer proven modalities to optimize and correct unbalanced and unhealthy gut function.

Balancing your gastrointestinal health is essential to achieve total body optimal health and longevity. Your system modulates and interacts with every other system.

Balancing your gastrointestinal health is essential to achieve total body optimal health and longevity.

You. Better. Now

Treating auto immune disease, or any chronic disease, will require time, effort and persistence. At Compass Cellular Healing we will evaluate the root causes of your disease and develop a specific functional medicine treatment and autoimmune disease therapy plan in Nashville, for your condition.

Schedule Your Free Consultation with Dr. Lee Howard, MD, FACS