Innovative Diabetic Treatment
At Trina Health of North Texas in Fort Worth, we are changing the way patients are getting diabetic treatment. Meet Hector Lerma, a patient featured in this video, who thanked God for Trina Health. Hector said, “After my first treatment my vision improved, my energy levels improved, and emotionally I have improved. My quality of life has improved drastically.” Watch the video and others at our testimonials page and see why we are changing lives with innovative diabetic treatment.
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Trina Health Diabetic Treatment
How it WorksOur treatment gets to the root of diabetes complications by addressing the root of the problem, which is improper cellular energy from poor carbohydrate metabolism.
Nerve Disease (Neuropathy)This tingling, numbness and pain felt in the fingers and toes is often completely reversed, with full sensation restored.
Diabetic Kidney Disease (Nephropathy)Diabetics know the frustration accompanying loss of kidney function and the loss of freedom associated with kidney failure and dialysis. Our treatment can often spare those who still possess a third or more of their kidney function from ever progressing to dialysis.
Diabetic Eye Disease (Retinopathy)Patients using our treatment should never need the laser treatments required by many diabetics to heal leaking blood vessels and prevent blindness.
Diabetic Heart Disease (Cardiomyopathy)One of the biggest causes of deaths for diabetic patients is congestive heart failure and a loss of ejection fraction, a measurement of heart function. Those utilizing our treatment experience dramatically improved ejection fraction, higher energy levels and a lower chance of death from heart failure.
Poor Wound HealingSlow wound healing often leads diabetic patients to a seemingly never-ending cycle of infection that can frequently result in amputation. Patients utilizing our treatment rapidly heal even the most serious of wounds.