STEM CELL THERAPY FOR DIABETES

1 in 4 AMERICANS live with Diabetes or Prediabetes.

diabetes find causes and sceen for symptoms of type 1 or 2 prevention by dieting or treath with medication or low fat and sugar free dietDiabetes sufferers now have a new, minimally invasive treatment option. Stem Cell Therapy for diabetes is an alternative, revolutionary approach to lowering your blood sugar levels, and may lessen your need for insulin injections.

NSI Stem Cell Centers in Florida practices a safe, highly effective stem cell diabetes therapy that is FDA guidelines compliant. Stem cell diabetes treatment options are effective for both types of diabetes, working to help control blood sugar, repairing much of the damage that diabetes has done to the body overall and restoring vital pancreatic functions.

At NSI Stem Cell, we’d like to offer you a complimentary consultation. Feel free to call for an appointment over the phone, or simply fill out the form provided below. We are happy to answer any questions you have about stem cell and diabetes treatment.

 

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Stem cell diabetes therapy has revolutionized the way modern medicine thinks about diabetes treatment. Diabetes sufferers now have a new, minimally invasive treatment option. Stem Cell Therapy is an alternative, a revolutionary approach to lowering your blood sugar levels, and may lessen your need for insulin injections.

Today’s diabetes stem cell treatment, using the patient’s own stem cells, has allowed advanced medical clinics like NSI Stem Cell Centers to successfully treat people who suffer from type 1 and type 2 diabetes alike.

Stem Cells primary function is to repair and regenerate damaged tissue. When applied they seek out any tissue in the body that is damaged and repair it, Leading to improved function. Studies have shown improved glucose regulation and even improved kidney function following stem cell therapy.

All stem cells are tiny packets of potential, capable of becoming whatever type of cell our bodies need for repairing, regenerating or rejuvenating organs, tissue, bone cartilage, blood and more. In the case of stem cell diabetes therapy, the MSCs (mesenchymal stem cells) become beta cells that produce insulin and are capable of detecting glucose.

Whether the patient has type 1 or type 2 diabetes, the stem cell diabetes therapy stimulates the creation of new blood vessels and vascular growth factors. The immune system strengthens, and the pancreatic transcription factors increase. In the case of type 2 diabetes, the stem cells also repair the damage done to the pancreatic receptors.

Keep reading to learn more about natural treatment for Diabetes, and if this procedure could be right for you! Feel free to call our office or just enter your information below to set up your complimentary consultation with one of our specialists.

A Little About Diabetes

Diabetes is a metabolic disorder. Whether it’s type 1 or type 2 diabetes, the hallmark of this chronic disease is the same. Sugar levels in the blood (also known as blood glucose) become abnormally high. This occurs when the pancreas fails to produce sufficient amounts of insulin or the body doesn’t react properly to that insulin. Unless blood sugar levels can be regulated, diabetes becomes degenerative, debilitative, and can ultimately be fatal.

Furthermore, did you know that if you rely solely on medication to control your blood sugar you are still at risk for developing and suffering from complications. Type 2 diabetes is a complex metabolic disease that involves many systems in the body. High glucose and A1c are simply the symptoms of the diabetic condition which can be elevated due to liver, thyroid, adrenal and GI dysfunction. The management of glucose levels with medication is only designed to address these symptoms. The underlying cause of your diabetes must be addressed if you ever want to overcome this disease.

Those living with Diabetes can experience a wide range of symptoms: 

  • increased hunger and thirst
  • frequent urination
  • weakness and fatigue
  • nausea and vomiting
  • and blurred vision

Long term complications may include:

  • cancer
  • heart attach and stroke
  • kidney failure
  • painful neuropathies
  • painful foot ulcers
  • loss of limbs
  • eye problems
  • energy and memory loss

The symptoms of Diabetes result from the failure of these systems to regulate sugars. To better understand how Stem Cell Therapy can help ease diabetic symptoms, and can lessen your need for insulin injections, it is important to understand how and why these symptoms occur.

During digestion, food is broken down into proteins, fats, and carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are then turned into glucose, which is the body’s main source of fuel. For glucose to properly transfer into the bloodstream and produce energy for the body, cells of the pancreas must provide healthy amounts of insulin and the receptors on our cells must be able to recognize that insulin.

Understanding Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes

In Type 1 diabetes there are no insulin producing cells in the pancreas. In Type 2 diabetes the receptors are worn out and at the end stage the pancreas does not produce insulin. Therefore, glucose builds up in the blood and wreaks havoc on the body causing damage to delicate tissues leading to complications

The Human Cost of Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes

Without proper diabetes treatment, the disease can cause blindness, kidney failure, and nerve damage. It has been known to lead to kidney dialysis as well as the amputation of limbs. This is because both type 1 and type 2 diabetes can damage small blood vessels, called microvascular disease.

In addition, both type 1 and type 2 diabetes are known to be factors in the acceleration of atherosclerosis, which is a condition that hardens and narrows the arteries, called macrovascular disease. This then can lead to stroke, coronary heart disease, and other diseases of the large blood vessel system. This is why it’s vital that diabetic patients need to treat their diabetes from day 1.

Now that you know the symptoms and physical costs of diabetes, what are the financial cost of diabetes? According to American Diabetes Association research, the the total estimated cost of diagnosed diabetes in 2012 is $245 billion, including $176 billion in direct medical costs and $69 billion in reduced productivity.

Furthermore, the biggests expenses include:

  • Office visits
  • Hospital inpatient care (43% of the total medical cost)
  • Medications & supplies
  • Possible nursing/residential facility stays

In short, and on a more personal level, the financial damage can be devastating.

Do You Continue to Suffer From Type I or Type II Diabetes?

If you continue to suffer from the symptoms of Type I or Type II Diabetes, Stem Cell Therapy could be the next step in finding relief and effectively managing your condition.

At NSI Stem Cell, we’d like to offer you a complimentary consultation. Feel free to call for an appointment over the phone, or simply fill out the form provided below.

Diabetes sufferers now have a new, minimally invasive treatment option. Stem Cell Therapy is an alternative, revolutionary approach to lowering your blood sugar levels, and may lessen your need for insulin injections.  Click here to learn more about stem cells for diabetes treatment.

Browse through our website to read all about our regenerative medicine treatments and therapies and view our many YouTube Success Stories testimonials. Remember to download our FREE Brochure. We look forward to helping you live a happier, healthier life through stem cell diabetes therapy.

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