Good morning, I'm asking if there's Osmotherapy in Philippines and how it is applied to the patient. I was diagnosed with Chronic Kidney Disease, what is this scarring? My problem now is my Uric Acid and Creatinine is high.
The query “Is there Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy in Philippines?” or the same problem has been asked for many times by Kidney Disease patients. To be honest, there is any branch in other countries, such as Philippines, India, US, USA, and other countries. It is only applied in China so far.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy has been proven to be efficient for CKD patients to reduce High Creatinine Level or relieve the symptoms of CKD through repairing the injured kidney tissues and improving renal function.
This therapy is applied externally, which patients just need to lie on the bed when they are doing the treatment. Two medicated bags are put into the right lower back of kidney. With the help of osmotic device, the active Chinese medicine materials can be absorbed directly and efficiently to the injured kidneys. These medicines can extend blood vessels, improve blood circulation, prevent inflammation and coagulation, degrade extracellular matrix and provide nutrients and oxygen to kidneys.
It takes about 30 to 40 minutes. It likes massage comfortably without pain or any other discomforts. This natural remedy has brought benefits for more and more patients from all over the world.
If you also want to take Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy for a try, you need to come to China. We will be always with you to fight against the Kidney Disease. You can leave your present condition in the below form or consult ONLINE DOCTOR for free or email to email@example.com. Best wishes!
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