How to Reduce Creatinine 9mg/dl for Kidney Failure Patients

It is a common thing to see high creatinine level appears among kidney failure patients. Here we will talk about how to help kidney failure patients reduce creatinine 9mg/dl. And we do believe the following content can be useful for you.

Creatinine 9mg/dl is too much higher than normal range of creatinine, it tells much toxins in the body, and the condition has already been in stage 5 kidney disease. In most countries, when condition develops to this stage, dialysis or kidney transplant will be the only choice.

Of course, dialysis can help patients reduce creatinine 9mg/dl, but no one wants to experience it, which can be a fact. In Peking Tung Shin Tang Chinese Medical Hospital, Chinese therapies are used to treat kidney failure. They do not focus on reducing any creatinine levels, but saving kidneys through repairing kidney damage and recovering renal function.

Chinese therapies including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, foot bath, medicated bath, oral Chinese herbal medicine, circle therapy, enema therapy, etc can play special functions like anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degradation, extending blood vessels, improving blood circulation, removing blood stasis and immune complexes out of body, promoting DNA replication of damaged kidney inherent cells and offering kidneys nutrients to gradually improve renal function. Creatinine 9mg/dl and any other high creatinine level will be naturally reduced with the recovery of renal function, also dialysis can be effectively avoided.

So, the best way to reduce creatinine 9mg/dl and other high creatinine levels is to make kidneys work again. Do you think so? We hope you could get benefits from Chinese therapies as soon as possible. Feel free to contact us, if you are interested in details about hospital information or our treatments.


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