If you’ve recently received a diabetes diagnosis, that news may have scared you. You may be worried about a future filled with injections and disabilities. If you have been dealing with this condition, you may wonder if there is a way to overcome it.
At Carolina Pain Relief Center, we offer patients hope of a life without the constant worry of their diabetes symptoms. We have been able to help many patients build a new, healthier life with a new diabetes treatment program.
Our focus is on helping you improve your health so that you can reduce or possibly even eliminate your dependence on medications.
Are you or a loved one suffering with Diabetes? We can help!
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What is Diabetes and The Different Types
Diabetes is a metabolic disorder and chronic health condition that affects how the body turns food into energy within the blood cells.
When you eat, the food you consume is broken down, turned into sugar or glucose, and released into your bloodstream. As the sugar levels in your blood rise, the pancreas is signaled to produce insulin; insulin opens up the cells to receive the sugars and convert them into energy.
When someone has diabetes, it is because the body is not making enough insulin or is unable to utilize it as it should. When there is insufficient insulin or the cells simply stop responding to the insulin that is produced the bloodstream holds all the extra sugars and, over time, results in serious health conditions such as heart and kidney disease and loss of vision.
There are 2 main types of diabetes, type 1 and type 2.
Type 1 is believed to be an autoimmune response, meaning the body attacks itself and stops the body from making insulin. It is usually diagnosed early in children and young adults since it develops quickly. This requires a lifetime of daily insulin administration in order to survive; there is currently no known way to prevent type 1 diabetes.
Type 2 is developed over a long period of time and is typically diagnosed in adults; however, we are seeing more children, teens, and young adults develop type 2. The good news is type 2 can be prevented or prolonged with lifestyle adjustments such as weight management, staying active, and eating healthy.
We also treat pre-diabetes.
Physiologic Insulin Resensitization (PIR)
While typical treatment for diabetes requires large doses of insulin injections as a prescription drug, there is a revolutionary, cutting-edge treatment in Physiologic Insulin Resensitization in which insulin is administered intravenously as a hormone microdoses.
The root cause of diabetes is targeted by this method of insulin delivery and it allows insulin to mimic the body’s natural physiology of insulin release.
This treatment is designed to reduce insulin resistance allowing blood sugar to enter cells, be converted to energy more effectively and improve cellular function.
If you or a loved one suffer with diabetes in Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, or any nearby city in North Carolina, call our medical clinic today at (336) 777-7364 to learn more about the treatments we offer.