CuraLase Clinics Now Offer An Unconventional Treatment for Autoimmune Disease
CuraLase Global, Inc. franchise clinics now offer an unconventional, yet effective treatment for the pain associated with Autoimmune Disease.
Myrtle Beach, SC (PRWEB) April 16, 2013 - Autoimmune Disease is caused by the body’s inability to distinguish between self and non-self. A healthy autoimmune system attacks foreign cells, substances, or tissues (pathogens). A flawed autoimmune system makes cells that mistakenly attack normal, healthy cells, substances and tissues. The Office of Research on Women’s Health at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) named autoimmunity the underlying cause of more than 100 chronic illnesses.
The symptoms of autoimmune disease include inflammation, persistent fever, swollen glands, extreme fatigue, abdominal pain, diarrhea, itchy skin, or skin rashes. Other symptoms may include tingling, food allergies, changes in weight, or changes in skin color.
A typical treatment for autoimmune disease is immunosuppression, medication which lowers the immune response. The lowered immune response may allow opportunistic infections access to the body. This and other negative side effects associated with immunosuppressive treatment have many individuals searching for another treatment option.
Recent studies by The Office of Research on Women's Health at the NIH show that women are targeted by this disease 75% of the time. Some estimates say that of the 50 million Americans living with autoimmunity, 30 million are women. With these numbers in mind, it is clear to see how a new treatment option would be welcomed.
CuraLase therapy works thru the use of proprietary technology. CuraLase technology elevates tissue temperature which increases blood flow. Through increased blood flow, inflammation is decreased. The decreased inflammation reduces pain, stiffness and discomfort. CuraLase therapy has an 87% success rate, is non-invasive and has no adverse side effects. It is a viable option for individuals suffering with autoimmune disease.
For more information about this topic, contact Paige Kennedy at (843) 294-5273 or pkennedy(at)curalaseglobal(dot)com.
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