Immunotherapy Taming Autoimmune Disease
Many autoimmune conditions respond to immunotherapy. We use several forms of immunotherapy to treat both allergies and autoimmune conditions.
Low Dose Antigen (LDA)
Is the most versatile. We use LDA to treat both seasonal and perennial (year-round) allergies. LDA works well for food allergies, chemical sensitivity, and inhalant allergies. LDA bacterial vaccines can be used to treat arthritis as well. Learn more about LDA.
Low Dose Immunotherapy (LDI)
Is similar to LDA but can be used for more difficult conditions like Lyme Disease, IBS, Fibromyalgia, and many other chronic conditions. Learn more about LDI.
Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)
Is not immunotherapy, but an immune system adjuvant. It improves immune function and quiets an overactive immune system. Successful at reducing pain, fighting inflammation, and positive treatment for other symptoms of different autoimmune diseases. Learn more about LDN.