Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is widely used for CKD patients and has been prove to be effective to help repair their damaged kidneys and restore renal function. Thus a increasing number of patients wonder how does it work and what is it. Follow us to get the answer.
This therapy is a perfect innovation that is different from the traditional oral medicine. It is an external application therapy connecting the advanced medical technique – osmotic device and natural traditional Chinese medicines.
Since it is processed by patients on the bed and the prescriptions are from nature and are chosen according to the specific patient's illness condition, it has gained high acceptance and popularity. The patients taken this therapy expressed that it is very comfortable like doing massage and has no side effects to the body, that was why they chosen it.
It aims at blocking kidney fibrosis, repairing damaged kidney tissues and intrinsic cells and rebuilding kidney structure. In this way, your kidney function can be improved gradually and naturally so that the kidneys can filter wastes like Creatinine by themselves and you will have no need to take Dialysis.
You just need to lie on the bed comfortably for about 40-50 minutes. With the help of osmotic machine, the active materials of medicines will permeate into the kidneys directly to dilate your blood vessels, improve blood circulation, prevent inflammation and coagulation, degrade extracellular matrix and provide nutrients to kidneys.
If you want to try Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to prevent CKD from kidney failure or avoid dialysis, you can leave a message in the below form or email medical reports to us or click ONLINE DOCTOR to get free information.
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