Help Kidney Failure Patients Reduce Creatinine 5.3 with Chinese Therapy
How to help kidney failure patients reduce creatinine 5.3? Are only western medicines and healthy diet enough? We are afraid not.
Creatinine 5.3 tells the condition has already developed stage 4 chronic kidney disease. It means the severe reduction in renal function. In addition to creatinine 5.3, patients must be suffering from other symptoms which undoubtedly make quality of life poor. If patients do not want to experience dialysis one day, they should be treated with the proper treatment.
Creatinine 5.3 is caused by the impaired renal function. Wastes and toxins will accumulate in the body when kidneys cannot work normally. So, if we can help kidneys wok again, they will naturally remove those wastes out of body, and of course creatinine 5.3 will come back to normal range. We believe you can understand this, right?
In Peking Tung Shin Tang Chinese Medical Hospital, Chinese therapies are used to help kidney failure patients, they do not aim at reducing creatinine levels, but repairing kidney damage and recovering renal function. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, foot bath, medicated bath, oral Chinese herbal medicine, enema therapy and other Chinese therapies are commonly used to help improve renal function through special functions mainly including anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degradation, expanding blood vessels, improving blood circulation, removing blood stasis out of body, offering kidneys nutrients and promoting DNA replication of damaged inherent cells. All of foreign patients say they have never seen these therapies in their local countries.
As long as kidney function can be improved, not only can creatinine 5.3 be naturally reduced, also dialysis will be effectively avoided. If you are interested in Chinese therapies, welcome to email to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave us a message below, we are glad to help you more.
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