Diabetes Solutions. Reimagined.
Welcome to Advanced Diabetic Health Center, where we’re changing diabetes management! Our new approach is totally unique – we administer insulin as a hormone rather than a drug. How does it work? We use small doses to resensitize the insulin receptor in a way that mimics normal glucose metabolism. This treatment gives the receptor some much-needed downtime, which allows it to heal and revitalize itself. The results are more energy, better health, and overall well-being. We’re proud to offer this multi-patented system for diabetic treatment, and it’s already changing lives in Tyler, Texas. If you’re looking for a new approach to managing your diabetes, check out inSolutions today.
inSolutions May Be Right for You!
Living with diabetes can be downright frustrating, especially when you’re constantly reminded of its presence. Our new program, inSolutions, offers evidence-based treatments that have been shown to reverse the complications associated with diabetes and even lower HbA1c levels. Our staff will help you find out if your insurance covers the treatment (don’t worry, historically, most major insurance, including Medicare, cover the treatment.) So, if you’re ready to stop merely covering up your symptoms and address the root cause? Then you’re ready for a customized inSolutions treatment plan!
How You Can Become A Patient
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Consultations generally take 60-90 minutes to review your medical history, provide an explanation of the process, and answer any questions that you may have.
Qualifying Exam & Lab Work
During this stage, we will conduct a qualifying examination and obtain any necessary lab work in the event that your labs are not up to date.
If you are approved for treatment, your clinician will create your individualized infusion plan based on your current health status and lab results.
Initial treatments can be as long as 3 hours and then decrease in duration and frequency over about a six-week period. The typical maintenance schedule for infusions during the maintenance phase is two hours every four to six weeks.