What does the Diabetes Relief program do?
Diabetes Relief treats the root cause of diabetes—the broken metabolism. Our patented therapy closely mimics and restores the natural communication between the pancreas and the liver that has been distorted in diabetic patients. Our treatment does far more than traditional programs. Our patients report experiencing increased energy, restful sleep, diminished diabetic neuropathy, decreased medications, and lower A1c.
How do the treatments work?
We create an individualized care plan based on your diabetic symptoms, metabolism, and medical history to determine the best treatment plan for you. We infuse small amounts of insulin, alternating with small ingestion of glucose, to retrain the liver to respond efficiently to the challenge of a meal.
Will my doctor approve of this treatment?
We enjoy working with your doctor. We are not a substitute and do not take you away from your current physician. We work with your doctor and keep them informed of your treatment, testing, and progress. Also, we have an OPEN LETTER TO PHYSICIANS on our Website. Please feel free to have your doctor review this information and contact us with any questions. Our Medical Directors are easily available to jointly work toward your improved health.
How many treatment sessions are required?
Each treatment plan is individualized and frequency will be recommended by the healthcare provider. It's typical that our patients are in treatment 1x per week or every other week for 6 months to a year.
How long is each treatment session?
One session is approximately 3 to 4 hours in length.
NOTE: you will need to commit to 2 days in a row during the first two weeks that you begin your treatment plan.
What should I expect at my treatment session?
When you arrive, an IV technician will place an IV typically in your hand or arm and set you up with the portable insulin pump.
During your treatment, you will be administered a finger stick to check your glucose level.
This may happen several times during the 3-4-hour treatment.
Based on your original A1C and your glucose level throughout the treatment, you may be given liquid glucose to control your blood sugar up or down to keep you in a therapeutic range.
Is the treatment covered by insurance?
Diabetes Relief is typically covered through your health insurance plan if our provider is contracted with your health insurance.
NOTE: You may be responsible for a deductible or coinsurance. Contact your insurance for pre-authorization to avoid unexpected costs.
How much does the treatment cost out-of-pocket?
If you do not have health insurance or have a high-deductible plan the cost per treatment is $300.