Diabetes and the associated complications affect over 34 million Americans, and an additional 88 million Americans are prediabetic. Traditional treatments have primarily focused on changes in lifestyle and the management of symptoms. Neither approach addresses the rood cause of diabetes, which is metabolic failure.
This FDA approved treatment utilizes a revolutionary, multi-patented Physiologic Insulin Resensitization system that provides clinicians with an innovative way of providing individualized patient care where insulin is administered as a hormone rather than a drug. By using insulin in a manner that bio-mimics normal glucose metabolism, we can:
- Reduce insulin resistance
- Increase the amount of blood sugar entering the cell
- Increases the conversion of sugar into energy
Increasing cellular energy allows damaged tissues and organs to grow, repair, and regenerate. In many cases, this approach has shown the ability to stabilize and, in some instances, reverse the complications of diabetes and other metabolic disorders.
We will review your records, medical history, physical condition, and the groundbreaking process. We’ll also answer any questions you may have. This consultation is very important in creating your customized care plan.
What Patients are Reporting
- Elimination or Significant Improvement in Neuropathy 95% 95%
- Improvement in at Least One Diabetic Complication 76% 76%
- Reported HbA1c Reduction 63% 63%
- Reduced Need for at Least One Medication 41% 41%
Schull Institute Study Insulin Infusion Therapy on Diabetic Complications (Oct 27,2015) Retrospective, observational study (n=60) reported
Check out this quick video to learn more about the process!
The best part about this treatment is that it is covered by Medicare, Medicare Advantage plans, and most other major medical insurance plans. Benefits will be checked before any treatment begins.
So what are you waiting for? It’s time to stop covering up your symptoms and get to the root cause. Please contact our team today by filling out the form below or by calling our office at (252) 321-3579. Your first step begins with a free consultation at one of our three convenient locations to evaluate your symptoms and determine if you qualify for treatment.