Physiologic Insulin Resensitization Treatment
The treatment includes an intravenous precision administration of FDA-approved fast-acting insulin using an FDA-approved portable pump. The precise dosing aims to achieve biomimicry of insulin as a hormone communicator to stimulate the metabolism–not to use insulin as a drug to suppress high blood sugar, which typically causes insulin resistance at the insulin receptor level. The pump’s patented biomimicry engineering combined with our patented treatment protocol is designed to administer insulin bio-identical to the body’s way of maintaining an optimized metabolism. Along with the insulin hormone, the patient is given small, specific amounts of glucose (ingested as a dextrose liquid) to stimulate the digestive system and its role in the metabolism process during treatment.
Physiologic Insulin Resensitization Therapy Benefits Reported:
- Controlled Blood Sugar Levels
- Diminished Neuropathy
- Reduced Symptoms of Alzheimer’s & Dementia
- Improved Sleep and Mood
- Restored Energy
- Weight Stabilization
- Improved Healing of Wounds
- Prevention of Amputations
Net Patient Foundation is not offering medical advice, but we are here to help you “START THE CONVERSATION WITH OUR PRIMARY CARE PROVIDER” regarding new and novel breakthroughs that might meet your health & wellness goals.
Metabolic failure and treating metabolic disorders can be challenging. We know that every patient’s insulin resistance and the efficiency of carbohydrate metabolism are different and unique to them, so together, we take the time to listen to and understand your concerns in our one-on-one consultations. In our consultations, patients will meet with a medical professional who will review the PIR process, physical condition, medical records, and history to determine the specific medical needs to build a customized care plan following qualification.
While prospective patients are not required to have a referral from their primary physician, it is essential to note that this modality is not intended to replace your doctor. Instead, the goal is for licensed providers to work with physicians to help manage your treatment and care to get the most effective and efficient treatment available.