Autoimmune Conditions

Reclaim Your Health and Conquer Autoimmune Conditions

Autoimmune conditions have become increasingly prevalent, affecting millions of individuals worldwide. These conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, or multiple sclerosis, can profoundly impact a person’s quality of life, often causing chronic pain, fatigue, and limitations in daily activities.

While traditional treatments aim to manage symptoms, they often fall short of providing long-lasting relief or addressing the underlying causes of these conditions. However, a ray of hope has emerged with the advent of restorative medicine, offering breakthrough possibilities for individuals living with such conditions.

Understanding Autoimmune Conditions

Thyroid Disorders

Autoimmune thyroid disorders, including Hashimoto's thyroiditis and Graves' disease, occur when the immune system attacks the thyroid gland. This can lead to hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism, affecting metabolism and overall well-being. Restorative medicine offers a promising avenue for managing thyroid disorders by modulating the immune response and promoting tissue restoration, potentially restoring proper thyroid function and hormonal balance.

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic inflammatory disorder that primarily affects the joints, causing pain, stiffness, and damage. The underlying cause of RA is the immune system attacking the synovium, the lining of the joints. Restorative medicine therapy for autoimmune disease or PRP injections, aims to reduce inflammation, stimulate tissue repair, and modulate the immune response. By targeting the root cause, restorative treatments hold the potential to alleviate symptoms and slow down disease progression.

Psoriatic Arthritis and Psoriasis

Psoriatic arthritis is a type of arthritis that often accompanies psoriasis, a chronic skin condition. Both conditions are believed to be driven by an overactive immune response. Restorative medicine can provide relief by promoting tissue repair, reducing inflammation, and modulating immune system dysregulation. Restorative therapy for autoimmune disease and PRP injections are among the restorative approaches that hold promise in managing psoriatic arthritis and psoriasis, providing holistic care for skin and joints.


Lupus, or systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), is a complex autoimmune condition that can affect multiple organs and systems in the body. The immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissues, leading to inflammation and damage. Restorative medicine offers a personalized approach to managing lupus by targeting the underlying immune dysregulation and promoting tissue repair. Restorative therapy, in particular, holds the potential to modulate the immune response and support overall healing.

Type 1 Diabetes

Type 1 diabetes is characterized by the destruction of insulin-producing cells in the pancreas due to an autoimmune response. Restorative medicine approaches aim to replenish or restore these insulin-producing cells, offering the potential for improved blood sugar control and reduced reliance on external insulin.

Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)

Inflammatory bowel disease, including Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, involves chronic inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract. Restorative medicine treatments can help address IBD by reducing inflammation, promoting tissue healing, and modulating immune responses in the gut. Restorative therapy promise to improve symptoms and enhance the quality of life for individuals with IBD.

Restorative Medicine Treatment Options

In the context of autoimmune conditions, restorative medicine therapy for autoimmune disease aims to modulate the immune response, promote tissue repair, and reduce inflammation.

Platelet-rich plasma therapy involves using concentrated platelets derived from the patient’s blood. Platelets contain growth factors and bioactive proteins that stimulate tissue repair and reduce inflammation.

During the PRP procedure, blood is drawn from the patient, and the platelets are separated and concentrated. The resulting PRP solution is injected into the affected areas, such as joints or skin lesions, to promote healing and alleviate symptoms.

Prolotherapy, also known as regenerative injection therapy, involves the injection of a solution, often a dextrose-based solution, into damaged or weakened ligaments, tendons, or joints. This treatment triggers a localized inflammatory response, stimulating the body’s natural healing mechanisms.

The inflammation prompts the recruitment of immune cells and growth factors to the site, promoting tissue repair and strengthening the affected structures. Prolotherapy can help alleviate pain, improve joint stability, and enhance overall function in individuals with autoimmune-related joint or musculoskeletal conditions.

Benefits of Restorative Medicine for Autoimmune Conditions


Natural Healing

One of the primary advantages of restorative medicine is its focus on harnessing the body's natural healing capabilities. Rather than solely managing symptoms, restorative treatments stimulate tissue repair, allowing your body to heal itself from within. By utilizing the restorative potential of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) or other restorative therapies, these treatments activate your body's innate healing mechanisms to address the root cause of your autoimmune condition.


Minimal Invasiveness

Compared to surgical interventions, restorative medicine treatments are minimally invasive. Surgical procedures often involve significant incisions, tissue manipulation, and prolonged recovery periods. In contrast, restorative medicine treatments typically require only small injections or infusions, minimizing trauma to the body and reducing the risk of complications. The minimally invasive nature of restorative medicine allows for faster recovery, shorter hospital stays (if applicable), and the ability to resume daily activities more quickly, ultimately improving your overall quality of life.


Targeting the Root Cause

While traditional approaches often focus on managing symptoms or suppressing the immune system, restorative medicine seeks to address the condition's underlying cause.

By targeting the root cause, restorative treatments have the potential to not only alleviate symptoms but also promote long-term improvement and reduce the risk of disease progression.

Whether through PRP injections or other restorative modalities, these treatments modulate the immune response, repair damaged tissues, and restore balance to the affected areas.


Personalized Treatment Approach

Restorative medicine recognizes that each individual's condition is unique, and therefore, treatment approaches should be tailored to their specific needs. Healthcare professionals experienced in restorative medicine take the time to thoroughly evaluate your condition, medical history, and goals to design a personalized treatment plan.

Expert Providers

With almost 20+ years of experience in the healthcare industry, our team of skilled professionals has cured autoimmune conditions for different types of clients for a couple of years. If you want to know more about our team, please check the links below

Edgar Suter,

Restorative Medicine Specialist

Gabriela Hebronova,

Aesthetic Dermatology & Restorative Medicine

Cherie McIntyre,

Aesthetic Medicine & Restorative Medicine

Joan Ardavanis,

Restorative Medicine & Pain Management

Treatment Process and Safety


Your journey begins with a thorough evaluation conducted by our experienced healthcare professionals. During this evaluation, we will take the time to understand your medical history, symptoms, and any previous treatments you may have undergone. We may also perform diagnostic tests or imaging studies to gain further insights into your condition.


Once the evaluation is complete and you have decided to proceed with restorative medicine treatment, our team will guide you through the procedure. The procedure will depend on the recommended treatment option, such as platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections or prolotherapy.

Precautions and Follow-up

Following the procedure, our healthcare professionals will provide specific post-treatment instructions to facilitate optimal healing and recovery. These instructions may include guidelines for activity restrictions, wound care, pain management, and any necessary follow-up appointments.

Contact Us Today

Are you ready to embark on a journey toward vibrant health and renewed vitality? We are committed to providing exceptional care and innovative solutions for your well-being at Vibrant Health Care in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Whether you’re seeking restorative therapies or other advanced treatments, our experienced healthcare professionals are here to guide you.

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