Creatinine is always an indicator reflecting how well the kidneys are working. Long term of diabetes is likely to damaged kidneys, resulting in high creatinine. Stem Cell Therapy to reduce creatinine 10.7 in diabetic has been proved to be natural and effective.
What is Stem Cell Therapy?
Stem cells is called “universal cells” because they can differentiate into various functioning cells. That’s why they are applied in many medical fields including blood disease, cancer, diabetes and kidney disease, etc.
Stem Cell Therapy refers to an method using stem cells to deal with certain disease or problem.
How does Stem Cell Therapy reduce creatinine 10.7 in diabetic?
Creatinine is a kind of waste product of muscle metabolism. It is discharged by kidneys with urine. The tiny filtering units inside the kidneys are called glomeruli. If these units are damaged by long term of high blood sugar level, they cannot filter blood effectively.
Stem Cell Therapy can help repair these damaged renal tissues. When stem cells are injected into the body, they can divided into inherent kidney cells and renal parenchymal cells, so they can restore some kidney function.
As long as kidney function improves, creatinine 10.7 will be reduced naturally. However, only Stem Cell Therapy is far from enough for treating both high creatinine and diabetes. Patients need more natural treatments.
Herbal remedies for lowering creatinine 10.7 in diabetes
Herbal remedies such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath and Foot Bath can increase blood circulation by expanding blood vessels, fighting against inflammation and degrading extracellular matrixes. Then, kidneys can get enough blood volume and oxygen to repair the damaged renal tissues, thus improving kidney function.
More than 30 years of clinical practices prove that combination of Stem Cell Therapy and herbal medicines is the best way to treat kidney disease and diabetes. We have helped patients from about one hundred countries, and you can trust us! Any questions, please email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below.