Lupus treatment- from the comfort of your own home.

Fully personalized doctor & nutritionist led programs that help you treat lupus. Our lupus specialists have helped many patients manage their symptoms. Learn about our approach on how to treat lupus below.

What is Lupus?

Lupus, or systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), is a chronic inflammatory autoimmune condition that can affect virtually any organ in the body. The immune system in those with lupus attacks healthy tissues and organs throughout the body.

Common Lupus Symptoms
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Pain or swelling in joints
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Muscle pain
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A butterfly shaped rash on cheeks and nose
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Chest pain when breathing deeply
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Hair loss, fatigue, headaches
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Other
Types of Lupus
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Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) -most common
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Neonatal - affecting infants
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Drug induced - often reversible
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Discoid - primarily skin involvement

What tests does Index Health use to diagnose Lupus?

We consider a variety of factors for the diagnosis, which may include:
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Complete Blood Count (CBC)
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Serum creatinine levels and urinalysis to assess kidney function
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Antinuclear antibody (ANA)
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Specific autoantibody testing
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Inflammatory markers such as erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) and/or C-reactive protein (CRP)
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Infectious disease testing, comprehensive stool analysis, and others

What is our approach to treating Lupus?

Our Lupus treatment approach is entirely personalized to the individual. It may include:
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Assess and Treat Gut Health with a 5R program: Removal, replace, reinoculate, repair and rebalance
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Address and treat the underlying causes of inflammation
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Personalized plans for nutrition, supplements, and exercise
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Optimize sleep, mental health and stress management
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Given the immune system’s dysfunction is at the root of lupus disease activity, we may emphasize the possible role of natural and/or prescription immunomodulators or peptides to modify the activity of cells that trigger the autoimmune response. These, too, are personalized

How long does it take to reduce and manage Lupus symptoms? What are possible results?

The timeline to improvement will vary for each person. A patient may see a reduction in flares of disease within 3-6 months when addressing the root cause(s), triggers, and mediators of the condition. 

What happens if you don’t manage Lupus properly?
Known complications of Lupus can include: kidney damage, kidney failure, seizures, memory loss, higher probability of heart conditions, blood clots, higher probability of infection, impaired joint health, and decreased lung function. 

Meet Lisa, who was put on Thyroid medication while pregnant. Lisa wanted to get off medication.

We addressed her inability to detox and began to fix abnormal bacterial growth in her microbiome (Klebsiella) while boosting the gut immune system (low sIgA).

"I have never had a doctor spend so much time preparing for our appointment by extensively analyzing all of my lab work from the past several years and putting together a comprehensive plan." - Lisa

0 Meds.
That Rebecca is still taking.
71%
Lowered symptoms.

How it works.

We don’t believe that medical care should be a mystery to the patient. We’re here with you every step of the way, to understand our process and the reasoning behind your treatment.

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We (really) get to know you.

We dedicate time to understanding your genetics, history, lifestyle, and goals. Combined with advanced lab tests, our functional medicine approach gives you in-depth information about your health and body.

02

Identify the root cause.

We identify and address the root cause of disease and plan for prevention and long-term health using functional medicine-based changes in nutrition, lifestyle, and targeted supplements.

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Ongoing support and tracking.

With proactive 30-60 min functional medicine appointments, primary care, unlimited messaging, and mini-visits, we make sure that you achieve your health goals.

12 month membership.

Here’s what’s included in a year:

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5 clinician visits (60 min each).
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3 nutritionist visits (45 min each).
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Access to advanced lab testing.
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100% personalized treatment plan.
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Unlimited messaging.
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Primary care and ongoing support.
$179
per month
Just $6 per day.
Thats’s a take-away coffee.
Try for $129 for 30 days
Cancel anytime.

High-quality care for one flat fee.

Become an Index Health member today and get a long-term partner dedicated to preventing disease and getting you to optimal health.

Friends & family discount

Give the gift of optimal health.

Are you interested in signing up with your significant other, or would you like to reap the benefits of Index Health with a friend? Talk to one of our friendly membership advisors and start your journey to optimal health today.

$179
$149
per month & person

(561) 556-2656
9:00am - 5:00pm from Monday to Thursday.
On Fridays, between 9:00am - 3:00pm.

Why Index Health is the better choice.

Index Health sees each patient as a whole person who deserves a support system and a treatment plan that now addresses the root problem and prevents further issues.

Root cause approach.

Functional medicine gets to the root cause of your condition using advanced lab tests, data, and specialist physicians, rather than just treating the symptom.

100% personalized.

Personalized functional medicine plans are 100% unique and tailored to your body and needs! Plans primarily include nutrition and lifestyle changes.

Ongoing support.

Get ongoing support from your dedicated functional medicine staff and Advanced Primary Care, retesting, follow-up appointments, therapy, and more.

Frequently
asked questions.

Where is Index Health available?

At the current time, Index Health is only available through telemedicine in the state of Florida. All from the comfort of your home.

Stay tuned for updates on new availabilities across the USA and abroad. Follow us on social-media for updates: @IndexHealthUSA

Can I use Index Health for Advanced Primary Care?

Yes. Advanced Primary Care at Index Health focuses on prevention and health planning using personalized health plans from genomics and lab test data. Your physician may recommend that you see a specialist for certain conditions. We're available from 9:00 AM-5:00 PM Monday's through Thursdays, and 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM on Fridays.  

Can I use my HSA/FSA to pay for Index Health?

Yes. Index Health membership is considered a medically eligible expense therefore, it can be paid for via an HSA/FSA.

Does Index Health accept insurance, Medicare or Medicaid?

We can provide functional medicine help for patients eligible to receive Medicare/Medicaid benefits; however, the cost of patient treatment received from Index Health cannot be billed to Medicare/Medicaid by the member holding the insurance policy or us. In this case, we will require you to sign an ABN (Advance Beneficiary Notice of Non-coverage), which will waive your right to bill Medicare or Medicaid.

What's the cancellation policy?

- You can cancel after your first appointment at no additional costs.
- If you cancel later in your membership, we will calculate the difference between the appointments you already had, and the membership fees you paid, to either charge or reimburse you the difference.

Examples:
- Paid $129 for the trial, canceled after the first appointment. No additional cost.
- Paid $487 for the first 3 months ($129+$179+$179), and had 2 doctor appointments & 1 nutritionist appointments. The cost of those appointments is $802, so you would have to pay $315 ($802-$487).
- Paid $666 for the first 4 months ($129+$179+$179+179), had 1 doctor appointment & 1 nutritionist appointment. Cost of those appointments is $494, so we would reimburse you the difference of $172 ($666-$494)

If you have any questions or are looking to cancel your membership, please get in touch at hello@indexclinic.com.

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