Autoimmune Thyroiditis


We believe that autoimmune thyroiditis is a pathocomplex-induced disease. In this case, the pathocomplexes attack thyroid gland tissue and cause their subsequent destruction.

Just like other pathocomplex-induced diseases, autoimmune thyroiditis can be completely eliminated with our method of treatment. We have sufficient experience in treating this disease. However, degenerative changes in the thyroid gland tissues, namely, the fibrous tissue formations, are irreversible. It is impossible to make the connective tissue back into a highly specific tissue.