How to Recover Kidney Function for Diabetic Nephropathy2017-03-20 09:00
“I was called by my doctor after lab tests were down. I have type 2 diabetes. And she said my kidney function was at 38%. What does this mean? What can I do?” This is asked by an Oman patient. What treatment can help him recover the kidney function?
For type 2 diabetes patients, the kidney is easier to be injured by the high blood sugar which are not under control. Then the kidney function which is to clean up the unnecessary substances from body will be lower. So the toxins will be gathered in the body. As a result, patients will have discomforts like swelling, less urine volumes, back pain, etc. Hence, patients hope a valid therapy to help them recover the kidney function.
In China, Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the renal specialists use Chinese Medicine including Toxin-Removing Therapy, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath and so on to treat patients.
Toxin-Removing Therapy. It is used to eliminate the harmful things in the body. Then a cleaned environment will appear. The kidney will be restored in this case.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. During this treatment, the medical bags which are filled with the herbs powder will be applied at the patients’ Shenshu area. Later, the effective material of the medical bags will permeate into body to improve the renal function by expending the blood vessels, dissolving the blood stasis and promoting the blood circulation.
Medicated Bath. It is to bath patients whole body, face, eyes, feet or other part of the body. It makes use of the essence extracted from the Chinese herbs to carry out the unwanted things and assist the kidney in repairing.
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