Omaha Integrated Health’s latest launch provides expertise in helping patients manage the symptoms of diabetes and underlying issues that cause a spike in the body’s glucose levels. The clinic advocates for an alternative approach to treating this increasingly common condition, offering innovation in addressing the root causes of a patient’s distress.
More details can be found at https://omahaintegratedhealth.com
The center’s new guide analyzes the traditional methods for treating diabetes and discusses why these often fail. Omaha Integrated Health seeks to reduce clients’ dependence on medication and fixation on weight and exercise as the only ways to tackle the condition.
According to Healthline, of the 30 million Americans who suffer from diabetes, around 90-95% of cases involve type 2 presentations. Significant risk factors for the disease include old age, gender (diabetes type 2 tends to affect men more than women) – alongside family history, ethnicity, and poor nutrition.
The clinic is offering complimentary consultations to new patients. Appointments can be made over the phone or by visiting the Omaha Integrated Health website. Clients benefit from state-of-the-art laboratory testing services for blood and insulin levels to assess which treatment approach is right for them.
Omaha Integrated Health devises a detailed and personalized treatment plan for each patient. The clinic offers dedicated support to manage associated health conditions and to guide clients towards optimal health. By helping them understand what has caused their condition, the treatment team empowers patients to take back control of their health.
The team offers help to diabetic patients suffering from symptoms such as blurred vision, fatigue, increased thirst, frequent urination, numbness or tingling in the hands and feet as well as disproportionate and rapid weight gain.
About Omaha Integrated Health
Led by Dr. Chris O’Driscoll, a renowned diabetes specialist, the clinic helps patients by lowering blood sugar levels and tackling the predisposing, precipitating, and associated factors of their condition. Omaha Integrated Health is located at 13906 Gold Cir Suite #200 and is open for consultations from Monday to Friday.
A spokesperson says, “We had a patient whose A1C was 14.9. We began treatment and after a little under 6 months of care at our clinic, his A1C dropped to a normal, healthy 5.5 and he was able to get off all his drugs. That was several years ago and he is still not taking any medication.”
With its latest treatment program updates, Omaha Integrated Health continues to make reversing type 2 diabetes a reality for patients across Nebraska.
For more information, please visit https://omahaintegratedhealth.com
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