Remote Care Clinic for People Living with Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes
By Meredith Knight | Photos by Karen Gnepper Photography
If you’re living with the symptoms of diabetes or even pre-diabetes, I have a few questions for you. How would you like to have your:
- HbA1c lowered
- Insulin sensitivity improved
- Energy increased or restored
- Medications reduced or eliminated
- Nerve pain diminished
- Retinopathy or neuropathy reduced or eliminated
Those are some of the astounding results being reported by 75% of patients undergoing an innovative new therapy that treats the root cause of diabetic complications—metabolic failure.
If you live in the Greater DFW area, DFW Diabetic Relief is a remote care clinic that can partner with you and your doctor to address your diabetes symptoms and give you your quality of life back. Founding Physician Dr. Dwayne Miller explained. “DFW Diabetes Relief provides a unique and groundbreaking patented approach called ‘Physiologic Insulin Resensitization’. Through this physician-directed treatment insulin is administered as a hormone, in micro doses, —rather than a drug—addressing the primary cause of diabetes which is metabolic failure.” By introducing insulin in a manner that bio-mimics normal physiology, Dr. Miller explained, insulin resistance may be reduced which helps blood sugar more readily enter each cell and be converted into energy.
Increasing cellular energy allows damaged tissues and organs to grow, repair, and regenerate. This approach has shown the ability to stabilize—and in some instances reverse—complications of diabetes including Diabetes Mellitus Type 1 (T1), Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 (T2), Alzheimer’s aka Diabetes Mellitus Type 3 (according to Mayo clinic research), prediabetes and other metabolic disorders. “This isn’t a cure for diabetes,” said Samantha Pehl, FNP-C who works with Dr. Miller. “But for many people, it’s a dramatic method for decreasing your chance of kidney failure and/or amputations due to diabetes, increasing your quality of life, and decreasing your neuropathy pain—as well as overall joint pain.”
Depending on body chemistry and how long diabetes has been present, Samantha says patients return for treatment anywhere from weekly to every six weeks. “It depends on how long you’ve been diabetic and how much damage the diabetes has already done,” she said. “And you don’t need a doctor’s referral to begin. We can administer an exam at our clinic.” If you suffer from foot problems, low energy, bad eyesight, or uncontrollable blood sugar from diabetes or other metabolic disorder, DFW Diabetic Relief won’t replace your doctor but will work cooperatively with them to help you find relief and improve your life from these and other symptoms.
I haven’t felt this good in years. It’s like my neuropathy just disappeared and my energy level has increased.”
“My blood sugar is now controlled and my eyesight has improved so much that I went from legally blind without glasses to now being able to read the captions on the TV with no glasses. And I’m down from six vials of insulin per month to only three.”
“It’s almost a miracle that my feet healed so well. I started treatment and within three weeks it had healed. The wound had been there for three months prior to treatment.”
Statistics from the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (NCCDPHP) show that:
- More than 37 million people of all ages—about 11% of the population— have diabetes
- 96 million adults—more than one in three—have prediabetes (blood sugar levels that are higher than normal but not high enough to be diagnosed as diabetes)
- Diabetes complications are increasing for young adults aged 18 to 44 and middle-aged adults aged 45 to 64
Conventional diabetes treatment has focused on suppressing the symptoms of the disease for these individuals, not the root cause. This exciting new modality works to delay or even reverse symptoms with the goal of avoiding dire complications such as heart disease, kidney failure (nephropathy), painful nerve damage (neuropathy), eye damage (retinopathy), wounds and amputations, peripheral artery disease, stroke, Alzheimer’s (from Type 3), obesity, fatty liver, gastroparesis, and depression.
“This is a new and exciting alternative that lowers A1C and reduces inflammation because the body receives sugar as energy rather than storing it,” Dr. Miller explained. “This treatment has been around for a decade and there are currently over 100 clinics making it available. We’re thrilled to finally be bringing it to Dallas/Ft Worth and to see the difference it will make in the lives of so many patients.” Encouraged by that success, Dr. Miller and his team plan to open multiple locations in DFW and make this revolutionary treatment available, not just to those suffering from diabetes but other conditions such as macular degeneration.
The newest DFW Diabetic Relief is located at 208 North Highway 377 in Roanoke, near downtown Roanoke. Make an appointment by calling at 682-237-7600 or on the website, DFWDiabeticRelief.com, and see this elegant, spa-like clinic designed for your comfort during treatment, with ample parking and wheelchair access. There are heated and cooling massage chair recliners to keep you comfortable and a staff that carefully monitors your health on each visit and keeps your doctor apprised. Treatment is covered by most insurance plans, such as Aetna, as well as Medicare and Medicaid and financial arrangements are available.
What Do Patients Report?
After beginning treatment at DFW Diabetic Relief, patients report:
- 95% Improved Neuropathy
- 76% Improvement in at least one diabetic complication
- 63% HbA1c Reduction
- 41% Reduced Diabetic Medications
They also report restored energy, medications reduced, diminished nerve pain, diminished retinopathy, wounds healed, amputations prevented, controlled weight, controlled blood sugar, reduced blood pressure, restored erectile function, improved mood and sleep, and hair and nail growth.