IgA Nephropathy is a condition referring to inflammation on glomeruli. It is caused by deposition of immunoglobulin A. Alternative therapies for IgA Nephropathy are as follows:
1. Immunotherapy: The goal of treatment for IgA Nephropathy is to inhibit the inflammatory factor and block the fibrosis if renal tissues. Is these goals can be achieved, patients won’t develop into Kidney Failure. Immunotherapy is a latest treatment for autoimmune kidney disease. It has six steps: immune diagnosis, immune clearance, immune adjustment, immune protection, immune tolerance, immune blocking. As cases are different from person to persons, the medicines, methods, and herbal formula will be changed.
This therapy can inhibit the accumulation of immunoglobulin A, thus reducing glomerular inflammation.
2. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy: It is an innovation from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). By expanding blood vessels, reducing inflammation, and degrading extracellular matrix, this therapy can improve blood circulation so that excessive wastes can be eliminated adequately. Moreover, the effective ingredients can repair damaged renal tissues and enhance the kidney’s self-healing ability. As long as the kidney function can be improved, no more immunoglobulin will be secreted. Therefore, this therapy also aim at solving the underlying problem.
3. Stem Cell Therapy: It is an creative treatment for IgA Nephropathy. By injecting stem cells into the kidneys, they can differentiate into the cells that have the function of recovering normal kidney structure. Since stem cells are called “universal cells”, they are recognized by more and more patients.
Besides the above therapies, other treatments can also play supportive roles in treating IgA Nephropathy, for example, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Cupping Therapy, Acupuncture, and so on. All the therapies are used externally, so they can treat kidney disease with few side effects, compared with oral medicines.
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