Reduce the inflammation in your body
Regaining balance and creating a management plan.
Autoimmune conditions are on the rise and have an intrinsic connection to adrenal burnout and chronic gut dysfunction. At The Maas Clinic we are very familiar with autoimmune conditions and our multi-modality approach has garnered us phenomenal results over the last 20+ years. We have had successful results with conditions such as Graves and Hashimoto’s, Addisons, Celiac, MS and Rheumatoid arthritis.
This programme has been designed to support your gut and adrenal function, whilst aiming to reset your body systems, removing any triggers that flare autoimmune responses. We explore foods in great detail with immediate and delayed food allergy screening and this information might inform us to introduce temporary elimination diets to identify food triggers. Food has a huge impact on autoimmune conditions and with the right information we will empower you to reduce the inflammation in your body and keep it balanced and under control.
Our approach is 100% scientific, and our treatment plans are 100% natural.
We offer a Methylation genetics panel, detailed physiology, live blood microscopy and comprehensive blood and urine analysis with a bespoke treatment plan for you to follow. Using the leading lab for comprehensive IgG and IgE food sensitivity testing to determine your present position, we will also run a DUTCH adrenal / hormone test, a GI Ecologix DNA stool analysis and thyroid panels, where relevant.
Root causes of symptoms and issues will be discussed and tailored solutions will be created using the test results to inform your personalised programme. These tests are repeated at key stages to ensure you continue to enjoy maximum benefits on your programme. Tests used: Genetics / In- house bloods / DUTCH test / GI Ecologix / Food allergy panel.
We’re with you every step of the way.
If you have any questions please speak to one of our team for further support and guidance. We welcome new clients to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01730 890 309.