Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) develops on the beliefs and practices of the Chinese culture. It has been employed over thousands of years, using herbal medicine, acupuncture, acupressure and qigong to cure illness and disease, including kidney disease. Is there a cure for Diabetic Nephropathy in this specific medicine?
Diabetic Nephropathy is a major microvascular complication of Diabetes,
representing the leading cause of end-stage renal disease in the western world.
Clinical hallmarks of this disease include a progressively increased urinary
albumin excretion, and reduced GFR, which appear associated with increased blood
pressure, eventually cause ESRD.
With gradual abnormal changes in structure changes of the kidney, patients
may present thickened glomerular basement membrane, mesangial expansion with
extracellular matrix accumulation, changes in glomerular epithelial
cells-podocytes (decrease in number and/or density), podocyte foot process
broadening and effacement, glomerular sclerosis, and tubulointerstitial
Based on 26 years' experience and expertise in Diabetic Nephropathy, kidney
experts in our hospital invent an innovative Traditional Chinese Medicine
therapy, called Micro-Chinese Medicine, to treat this disease from the
1. Degrade and remove the immune complexes deposits and extracellular
matrixes, thus cutting off further renal injury.
2. Fight against inflammations through eliminating the inflammatory response
so as to prevent further damage to renal intrinsic cell and tissues.
3. Expand the blood vessels and improve the blood circulation in the kidney,
so the short supply of oxygen and blood can be alleviated. Meanwhile, the repair
of the damaged kidneys can be enhanced.
4. Anti-coagulation function can help us restrain the formation of thrombus,
and also remove them, increasing blood circulation.
For those who receive this innovative traditional Chinese medicine treatment
in the early stages of Diabetic Nephropathy, their disease have great chance to
be reversed. Our online service is available to help you, so contact us if you
have any questions.