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Resolve Autoimmunity Care Program

Have you been diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder and are unsatisfied with standard care?

At Forum Health, we go beyond conventional medicine to uncover the root cause of your imbalance and help you heal.

Autoimmunity occurs when your immune system attacks healthy cells and tissues, causing inflammation and tissue damage. With over 80 known autoimmune diseases, pinpointing the specific condition can be challenging.  

Our holistic approach can help identify the underlying factors contributing to your symptoms to create a treatment tailored to you with our Resolve Autoimmunity Care Program. 

What Are the Symptoms of Autoimmune Disease?

Autoimmune disease symptoms may vary depending on the condition. 

  • Fatigue: Persistent and unexplained tiredness 

  • Joint pain: Inflammation, pain and swelling in the joints  

  • Muscle pain: Inflammation in the muscles causing pain and weakness 

  • Fever: A recurring or persistent low-grade fever 
     
  • Skin problems: Rashes, redness, and skin texture changes 

  • Digestive issues: Abdominal pain, diarrhea, or constipation 

  • Swollen glands: Enlarged, tender lymph nodes on the neck, under the chin or armpits  

  • Hair Loss: Gradual thinning on top of head or patchy bald spots  

  • Neurological issues: Numbness, tingling, poor coordination, confusion, weakness or paralysis  

  • Organ-specific symptoms: Damage to connective tissue, the GI tract, kidneys, brain and more from inflammation 

What Are the Symptoms of Autoimmune Disease?

Autoimmune disease symptoms may vary depending on the condition. 

Fatigue

Persistent and unexplained tiredness

Joint pain

Inflammation, pain and swelling in the joints  

Muscle pain

Inflammation in the muscles causing pain and weakness 

Fever

A recurring or persistent low-grade fever  

Skin problems

Rashes, redness, and skin texture changes 

Digestive issues

Abdominal pain, diarrhea, or constipation 

Swollen glands

Enlarged, tender lymph nodes on the neck, under the chin or armpits  

Hair Loss

Gradual thinning on top of head or patchy bald spots  

Neurological issues

Numbness, tingling, poor coordination, confusion, weakness or paralysis  

Organ-specific symptoms

Damage to connective tissue, the GI tract, kidneys, brain and more from inflammation 

Resolve Autoimmunity Care Program

The key to an accurate diagnosis and true healing is advanced testing and a personalized treatment plan. Our Resolve Autoimmunity Care Program uses advanced diagnostics to explore the nuances of your immune system, deciphering its intricate patterns and deviations. These tests serve as our guide as we navigate the complexities of your autoimmune disorder, enabling us to adapt your care regimen in response to the fluctuations of your condition.  

This program is ideal for anyone with known and unresolved autoimmune conditions or a family history of autoimmunity such as Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, Celiac disease, Psoriasis, Scleroderma, Myositis, Sjogren’s, Multiple Sclerosis, +RF (Rheumatoid factor), +ANA (Anti-Nuclear Antibody), or unexplained joint pain, skin conditions, fatigue and/or whole-body symptoms. 

$1250

  • Patient intake and assessment   
  • Basic tests to help us understand the main causes of health issues: 
    • Allergies and Immune System Health 
    • Nutrient Levels 
    • Body’s Detox Process 
    • Inflammation 
    • Stress-Related Hormones 
    • Blood Sugar and Insulin Levels 
    • Cholesterol 
  • Comprehensive diagnostic lab panels to pinpoint the underlying factors contributing to autoimmunity 
  • Initial provider appointment to review labs and receive your treatment plan that may include recommendations for low-dose immunotherapy, IV therapy, nutraceutical supplementation, toxin elimination, and diet and nutrition counseling. 
  • Two health coach visits   
  • Second round of labs to assess effectiveness of treatment plan  
  • Second provider appointment to assess lab results and discuss ongoing treatment plan recommendations 

Not Sure Where to Start? Schedule a New Patient Evaluation Appointment

If you’re unsure where to start on your health journey, schedule a new patient evaluation appointment. Our expert provider will run a thorough intake and evaluation to guide you on which package is right for you and your unique health concerns. 

$197

  • Patient intake and assessment 
  • Patient appointment and evaluation  
  • Package and lab testing recommendations 

What makes us different. Better.

We understand the weariness that comes from bouncing between medications and quick fixes, never feeling fully heard or understood. We take a different path, one that’s deeply personal and focused on unraveling the intricate web of factors contributing to your health challenges. Together, we can work towards uncovering the root causes of your health challenges and pave the way for a future where your well-being is not just managed but genuinely restored.  

So, if you’re tired of the frustration and ready for a different kind of healthcare—one that seeks real and lasting solutions— we want you to be assured, you are in the right place. 

Take the first step towards healing.

Autoimmune Disease FAQ

The cause of autoimmune diseases is not fully understood, but genetics and environmental factors may play a role. The immune system attacks healthy cells and tissues, leading to inflammation and tissue damage.
Autoimmune diseases can be triggered by a variety of factors, such as genetics, environmental exposure to toxins or infectious agents, stress, diet and lifestyle. In some cases, the exact cause is unknown. At Forum Health, our providers work with you to find the underlying factor causing your autoimmune disorder and determine the best course of treatment.
Autoimmune diseases can occur at any age. However, some autoimmune diseases are more commonly diagnosed in certain age groups. For example, type 1 diabetes is often diagnosed in children and young adults, while rheumatoid arthritis is more commonly diagnosed in middle-aged individuals. The age of onset can also vary depending on the specific autoimmune disease and individual factors such as genetics and environmental factors.
Yes. Visit the the Autoimmune Association website for a list of autoimmune diseases.
No, fibromyalgia is a chronic condition that does not qualify as an autoimmune disorder because it technically does not directly cause inflammation. However, this is debated in scientific and medical communities, and many doctors believe there may be evidence that fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) is an autoimmune disorder. For more information, see this article from the Journal of Clinical Investigation. 
No, excema is not considered an autoimmune disease, even though the immune system may be involved.
Yes, according to the CDC, Psoriasis is an autoiummune disease. 
Autoimmune encephalitis is a type of autoimmune disorder that affects the brain, causing inflammation and damage. Autoimmune encephalitis symptoms may include cognitive problems, memory loss, seizures, hallucinations, and behavioral changes. Autoimmune encephalitis can be challenging to diagnose, and symptoms may initially be mistaken for other conditions such as viral encephalitis or psychiatric disorders.
Autoimmune hepatitis is an autoimmune disease that affects the liver, causing inflammation and damage to liver cells. Autoimmune hepatitis symptoms may include fatigue, abdominal pain, jaundice, itchy skin, and joint pain. If left untreated, autoimmune hepatitis can lead to cirrhosis and liver failure.While autoimmune disorders share common symptoms, they can affect different parts of the body and have varying symptoms. For example, autoimmune encephalitis specifically affects the brain, and autoimmune hepatitis specifically affects the liver.

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