Every year, 1.4 million Americans receive a life-altering diagnosis of diabetes. The most recent data published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that nearly 10 percent of the population has diabetes, and diabetes remains the seventh leading cause of death in the United States. In fact, Type 2 diabetes is looming as the biggest epidemic and public health issue in human history.
Physicians use terms such as “managing symptoms” and “slowing your decline” when teaching patients how to live with diabetes. And, until recently, diabetic patients were given little hope for recovering from this disease.
Today Diabetes Relief helps patients actually improve their health and reduce their dependency on medications. Their cutting-edge approach includes individualized infusion therapy using FDA-approved drugs and equipment, enhanced by a proprietary metabolic reconditioning supplement. Along with diabetes education that encourages nutrition and exercise as part of positive lifestyle adjustments, Diabetes Relief’s program is changing lives and achieving amazing outcomes for their patients.
Bruce C., from Katy, has been a type 2 diabetic for 20 years and has experienced neuropathy and retinopathy for four years. Within weeks of receiving care at Diabetes Relief, Bruce said, “I began to feel my feet again!” Michael W., from Crosby, a type 1 diabetic who also has neuropathy and thyroid disease, said Diabetes Relief “has given me my life back.”
What makes Diabetes Relief so revolutionary?
Diabetes Relief’s treatment program actually reconditions your metabolism. Consider this: Diabetes is not the root cause of your condition but a label used to categorize your comorbidities. Diabetes stems from a metabolic disorder and, through infusion therapy and natural supplements custom designed as part of the care plan, a patient’s metabolism gets a much-needed boost between treatments. Not only are patients reporting a decreased dependency on insulin, but wounds are healing, neuropathy is dissipating, and vision is returning!
Finding relief starts with contacting a Diabetes Relief center and scheduling a consultation. Whether you have Type 1, Type 2, or are pre-diabetic, their medical team can tailor a customized approach for you. Their treatments have helped save patients from uncontrolled blood sugar levels and even future amputations of toes and feet. And because patients report increased energy after treatment, they are more compliant with diet and exercise than they have been in years.
To determine your best treatment course, the Diabetes Relief team requires a metabolic test during your consultation. This simple, pain-free, highly accurate breathing test takes only about 10 minutes. From there, the medical team can first determine if the treatment will help. Then they will design an individualized blend of traditional diabetic care coupled with a revolutionary infusion therapy and a supplement protocol as the patient’s care plan to “help you get your life back.” All patient care is overseen by Medical Director Lindsey Jackson, MD, PhD, a multidisciplinary physician with expertise in cell biology, wound healing, and hyperbarics, who has significant scientific publications in books and journals.
She and her team monitor patients’ progress and report those findings to their patients’ primary care physicians. Doctors receive a comprehensive score card from Diabetes Relief that includes their patients’ lab results, stats, medications, and overall health information.
Lindsey Jackson, MD, MMS, PhD
Medical Director – Diabetes Relief Houston West
Multidisciplinary physician with expertise in cell biology, wound healing and hyperbarics.
Significant scientific publications in books and journals
What does Diabetes Relief mean for physicians?
As many doctors watch their diabetic patients slowly decline while implementing traditional methods of care, it’s only natural for them to pursue therapies that actually work to stall and even reverse many of the debilitating comorbidities associated with diabetes. In challenging economic times, it’s difficult for physicians to be able to afford specialized treatment protocols, but they’re constantly on the lookout for ways to provide additional services that have been proven effective.
This is where Diabetes Relief can help.
Instead of referring patients to outside specialists, internists and general practitioners can continue to helm their patients’ diabetic care through Diabetes Relief with referrals to a nearby center. The patient’s doctor and the team at Diabetes Relief work together to get the patient on the road to recovery—not just to a plateau of keeping symptoms in check. Or, doctors can expand their scope of practice and own an in-house, turnkey Diabetes Healthcare Center. This helps their patients avoid the suffering and expense of dialysis or amputations through the proven therapies of Diabetes Relief.
How does the infusion work?
After completing a thorough consult and obtaining current lab results, the patient is administered an individualized IV exogenous insulin-based therapy designed to mimic a normal secretion profile with physiological concentrations in the portal vein simultaneously with an induced hyperglycemic state. This provides an improved glucose disposition and utilization as well as ATP (adenosine triphosphate) production and mitochondria function. These effects result in decreased progression of diabetic complications.
Once a practice becomes a Diabetes Healthcare Center, the physician-owner can attract a growing base of diabetic patients, creating a new revenue stream for the doctor. He or she not only keeps existing patients—and provides them with state-of-the-art care—but also delivers much-needed healthcare to new patients, creating a new revenue stream.
How large is the diabetic patient market?
According to the most recent statistics released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in Texas more than 2.7 million people have diabetes. In Harris County alone, over 390,000 people have diabetes—nearly 10 percent of the population.
Diabetes Relief provides the gold standard for diabetes care by employing its patent-pending protocol using FDA-approved drugs and devices that are covered and recognized by most insurance providers. Upon receipt of approval from Diabetes Relief, physicians can apply for affiliation to become a licensed Diabetes Healthcare Center. Assistance with all aspects of build-out of the care facility and hiring and training staff is provided to approved practices.
Diabetes Relief patients report life-changing results
“My blood sugar is now controlled and my eyesight has improved so much I went from legally blind without glasses to now being able to read the captions on the TV with no glasses,” said Bruce B., Brazoria, Texas, “and I’m down from six vials of insulin per month to only three.” | Type 2 diabetic for 27 years
“I’m now taking 50 percent less insulin, my A1c is down 3.5 points, my neuropathy is gone, and my energy is way up,” said Alan H., Colorado Springs, Colorado. | Type 2 diabetic for 20+ years, coronary artery diseases, triple bypass, 13 cardiac stents
“Very skeptical in the beginning, but after three or four treatments, my energy levels increased and I reduced my insulin by 40 percent. Most impressive was that my food cravings went away, I’ve been able to lose weight, and I no longer think about my next meal,” said Don K., Alvin, Texas. | Type 2 diabetic
“Since I been getting treatment at Diabetes Relief, I have no more problems with neuropathy. My legs and feet use to burn, like it was on fire, but now I feel so good… I sleep well at night for the first time in years. I also experience weight loss.” John J., Houston, TX | Type 2 Diabetic for 5+ years
“While my blood sugar level has been improving, most important I have “seen” the most improvement in retinopathy with improving vision. My neuropathy has been improving particularly in my hands where tingly and sensation has improved. I am in my sixth week and looking forward to the next.” Edsel R., Pointblank, TX | Type 2 Diabetic – 15+ years
Physicians share their enthusiasm for Diabetes Relief
“This treatment is amazing. I feel like I have been framing houses my whole life with a hammer and this therapy has introduced me to the pneumatic nailer in terms of wound care.”
—Dzung D. Dang, DPM
“As a cardiologist, I am excited by the possibility that tight management of diabetes, through a program such as Diabetes Relief, can potentially have positive benefits for patients with underlying cardiovascular disease.”
—Ravi Kanagala, MD
“Diabetes Relief brings a needed weapon to our arsenal against Type 2 diabetes. Their impressive results have opened my eyes to this new and exciting treatment paradigm.”
—Jeremy McConnell, MD
After Diabetes Relief, patients report:
- Energy restored
- Medications reduced
- Neuropathy diminished
- Retinopathy diminished
- Wounds healed
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- Weight controlled
- Blood sugar controlled
- Blood pressure reduced
- Erectile function restored
- Mood and Sleep improved
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FOR PHYSICIANS: To learn more about becoming a Diabetes Healthcare Center or before referring patients for treatment, contact co-founders Scott Hepford or Hunter Carr at (281) 600-5000 for a one-on-one meeting.
FOR PATIENTS: To find out how Diabetes Relief can help you get your life back, call (281) 600-5000 today.
11511 Katy Freeway, Suite 100
Houston, Texas 77079
Text: Pamela Hammonds
Photos: Pearl Studios Photography