Autoimmune conditions are becoming alarmingly common in Australia and most western countries. Once a person is diagnosed with an autoimmune disease they are at an increased risk of developing an additional autoimmune condition. Autoimmunity means that the body is failing to recognise some parts of itself. Instead, it is forming confused messages against its own tissue. Increasingly, we are seeing autoimmune-like symptoms without a definitive diagnosis of a particular condition.​

Is there a connection?

Autoimmunity is a multifactorial condition. Research has convincingly confirmed that pathogens, stress, chronic inflammation of the gut, genetics, allergies and food intolerances can all play a role in the development of autoimmune disease.

At Darling Health we regularly treat autoimmune conditions including:

  • Coeliac Disease

  • Recurrent Miscarriage

  • Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis

  • Crohn’s Disease

  • Graves disease

  • Diabetes

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • SLE or Lupus

  • Scleroderma Psoriasis

  • Psoriatic Arthritis

  • Sjogren’s Disease

  • Vitiligo​

Conventional Treatment

Medically, autoimmune diseases are treated with powerful immunosuppressant drugs that can have profound and long-lasting side effects.

At Darling Health, we take an integrated approach to treating your condition by both exploring all contributing factors, thorough functional medical screening and aiming to both reduce inflammatory symptoms whilst also quietening the aberrant immune response.

Experienced naturopaths at Darling Health will ensure that potential causative factors are addressed. This includes therapies that will reduce inflammation and aim to quieten the hypersensitive immune responses will be employed. Treatment recommendations can also be safely prescribed to augment any other therapies or medications. We aim for full transparency and will work respectfully alongside specialists or any practitioners who play a role in your healthcare team.

Please call us on 9555 8806 or email if you have any further questions regarding our management of autoimmune conditions.